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We took down the signs and removed the vinyl lettering and posted a love note in the windows today. 

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You had a great run - I was honored to be a part of it. Onward!
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My New Haunt, Leah Reynolds at 110 Church Gallery Our very last #firstfriday @110 CHURCH ever. 

A review by +DoN Brewer 
My New Haunt, Leah Reynolds at 110 Church Gallery, DoNArTNeWs Philadelphia Art News Blog
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This afternoon from 2 -3 pm Artist Talk with Leah Reynolds @ 110 CHURCH
Please RSVP Last talk ever at the gallery.
Heavybubble is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new work by Leah Reynolds: hauntingly beautiful and luminous.  A visible structure underpins the mystical and magical moments in this installation. Leah uses simple materials to construct her work, pieces of everyday culture — plastic straws and binder clips, thread and cheesecloth. Her thoughtfully placed constructions take us on a surreal journey informed by nature and mathematics. The m...
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Just released review of Leah Reynolds installation My New Haunt by Don Brewer. Leah gives a talk this sunday 02/22. RSVP for free tickets. 
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Leah Reynolds will be gallery sitting on the following dates. If you missed the opportunity to talk with her here are a few more. 

Fridays, noon - 4 pm
February 13, 27 and March 13.
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The interior of our gallery booklet for Leah Reynolds, My New Haunt.

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Packing and cleaning up for the last time at 110.

Curated exhibitions and juried shows aren't over. Stella will be presenting shows at @HBHQ and some alternative venues including the new gallery Ground Floor 1241 Carpenter Studios / Ground Floor gallery
Current and upcoming exhibitions at HBHQ our new exhibition and workshop space. We're excited to have this new space with more than 57 linear feet of exhibition space.1241 Carpenter Street : 3rd Floor : Philadelphia PA 19147
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One of the last photos at 110 for our last show. Leah Reynolds: My New Haunt. Looks terrific inside and out. Illuminating and taking us toward spring.
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Today is the final, yes last ever artist talk at 110 CHURCH gallery. Leah Reynolds, will be talking about her work today from 2 -3 pm a perfect time in the weather window. Hope to see you there. Here's something to entice you.
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At night in the gallery.
You can get a look at the evening state of the show through the gallery windows until 9 pm.

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The exterior of our gallery booklet for Leah Reynolds, My New Haunt.

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It’s bittersweet saying good-bye to 110 CHURCH. We’ve worked with incredibly generous artists and discovered a warm and giving community. We’ve encouraged artists to take risks and offered solo shows that have advanced careers. We’re proud of what we have been able to accomplish over these five years, it’s been an amazing adventure. We'll continue shows at HBHQ, and in the new unnamed 1241 Carpenter gallery. We hope you will join us there.
Hauntingly beautiful and luminous, an installation for the dark days of winter.
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GOOD-BYE 110
It's bittersweet saying good-bye to 110 CHURCH. We've worked with incredibly generous artists and discovered a warm and giving community. We've encouraged artists to take risks and offered solo
 shows that have advanced careers. We're proud of what we have been able to accomplish over these five years, it's been an amazing adventure. 
The future is bright. We'll continue shows at HBHQ, and in the new unnamed 1241 Carpenter gallery. We hope you will join us there.

Once located in historic Old City, Philadelphia’s art district 110 CHURCH had been established to show site specific works and unseen work by both emerging and established artists. 110 CHURCH is supported by Heavy Bubble : websites for artists.

The gallery has closed and new shows are @HBHQ

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Ruth Scott Blackson
a year ago
I recently showed my work at Church Gallery. This wonderful experience of a first solo show far surpassed my expectations. The gallery are so supportive and fully engaged in the entire process, (from studio visit to de-installation). I am so excited to see future shows here. Oh, and I sold a bunch of work too.
A Google User
3 years ago
Exciting shows in a great space. A gallery to keep an eye on for interesting artists and smart juxtapositions of work.
A Google User
4 years ago
Tucked between 2nd and Front this gallery is really worth a look!
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3 years ago
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Sarah R. Bloom
4 years ago
Beautiful space where intelligent conversation about art can always be found. The shows are always thought-provoking and carefully curated.
A Google User
4 years ago
Always an interesting show and good conversation. Also, a good place to meet other artists.
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4 years ago