THE BAZEMORE GALLERY— Located in Manayunk, The Bazemore Gallery features an array of artists inside a gallery designed off the five elements of Feng Shui. Find pop imagery, abstract landscapes, glass blown artwork and more, plus rotating exhibits and The Living Wall, an indoor sustainable planting panel. By appointment only. www.thebazemoregallery.com. 4339 Main St., 215.482.1119.
BLUESTONE FINE ART GALLERY— Features original works by contemporary and traditional artists in a range of mediums including painting, ceramics and sculptures. See the work of well-known and emerging local artists. Each month new exhibi-
tions kick off during Philadelphia’s First Fridays, which draws hundreds of art lovers to the neighborhood. Open M-F 10 am-5 pm, Sa noon- 4 pm. www. bluestone-gallery.com. 72 N. Second St., 856.979.7588. Map 1, K4
CARRÉ D’ARTISTES— This art gallery is a leader in affordable, contemporary art, selling world-class, original paintings and specializing in a wide variety of artistic styles, from figurative and abstract to landscape, Pop and street art, all created by a vast collection of internationally-known artists. Framing services available. Open daily 11 am-8 pm, extended hours on First Fridays. www.carredartistesphilly.com. 104 S. 13th St., 215.735.2800. Map 1, I5
FLEISHER/OLLMAN GALLERY— Founded in 1952, Fleisher/Ollman Gallery earned its reputation as a premier source of self-taught artists, and today it exhibits contemporary artists who reflect the influence of the self-taught, including Martin Ramirez, Bill Traylor and Tristin Lowe. Open Tu-F 10:30 am5:30 pm, Sa noon-5 pm, M by appointment. www. fleisher-ollman gallery.com. 1216 Arch St., 5th floor, 215.545.7562. Map 1, H6
GERSHMAN GALLERY— Here, you’ll find innovative art of particular interest to Jewish audiences and the wider cultural community, as well as a showcase of fine-art photography. Open M-Sa 9 am-5 pm, Su 9 am-2 pm. www.gershmany.org. 401 S. Broad St., 215.545.4400. Map 1, H6 INLIQUID ART & DESIGN— This gallery has a mission to serve philadelphia’s visual artists. Inliquid provides exposure by featuring them on their free, online and public site, where portfolios and credentials of over 280 artists can be found. Visit their website for their full exhibit calendar and locations. www. inliquid.org. 1400 N. American St., 215.235.3405.
MUSE GALLERY— This artist-run Old City gallery encompasses a range of styles including abstract, conceptual and representational. Each month, the gallery sees a different artist’s work exhibited, with varying disciplines in order to create a unique experience every time you visit. Open W-Su noon5 pm. www.musegalleryphiladelphia.com. 52 N. Second St., 215.627.5310. Map 1, K4
SNYDERMAN-WORKS GALLERIES— The acclaimed Works Gallery, founded in 1965, is a contemporary studio crafts gallery. The Snyderman Gallery, opened in 1983, features paintings, prints, photos and sculpture. Open Tu-Sa 10 am- 6 pm. www. snyderman-works.com. 303 Cherry St. Snyderman Gallery: 215.238.9576. Works Gallery: 215.922.7775.. Map 1, K4
WEXLER GALLERY— Design, fine art, decorative art and craft are all concepts that work at Wexler. Find innovative functional and nonfunctional work by master craftsmen and emerging artists in a variety of mediums. Open Tu-Sa 10 am- 6 pm, M by appointment. www.wexlergallery.com. 201 N. Third St., 215.923.7030. Map 1, K4