34th Annual Philadelphia Art Expo
Thousands of pieces of Art for Sale. Original Art, Prints and Posters.
Framed and unframed. $5 to $15,000. Something for Everyone!
Art and Art Related Items by Kelvin Henderson, Tanya Bracey, Ernie Barnes, Frank Morrison, Ed Lester, Laurie Cooper, Andrew Turner, Ryan Kaminsky, David Charles, Cal Massey, Leila Ullmann, Hendrick Gil, Annie Lee, Charles Bibbs, David Lawrence, Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, Keith Howell, Ellen Powell Tiberino, Gabe Tiberino, John Biggers, Lashun Beal, Terry and Jerry Lynn, Cornell Barnes, Monica Stewart, Tim Ashkar, April Harrison, Paul Goodnight, George Hunt, William Tolliver, Leroy Campbell, Henry Lee Battle, Kennard Copeland, Varnette Honeywood, Brenda Joysmith, Otis Williams, Leon McDuffie, Tom McKinney, Monica Davis, Sam Byrd, Cal Massey, Gabe Tiberino, Tyrone Frisby, Anthony Armstrong, Bold Urge and many more.
July 19 to 28, 2019
Monday – Saturday 10 AM to 9 PM Sunday 11 AM to 7 PM
Amaze Gallery / Philadelphia Mills (Formerly Franklin Mills Mall)
Building 3 Next to Saks Fifth Avenue, Starbucks, Burlington
1535 Franklin Mills Cir, Philadelphia, PA 19154
Artists/Vendors call 215-352-3114 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to Sign Up for Expo 2019
Free Print with this Ad
We have 5 images you can choose from. Plenty of free posters – we won’t run out. Sizes range from 13″ x 19″ to 24″ x 30″- value $15 to $55. Join Us!
Admission Free Meet The Artists Thousands of Pieces of Art
October Gallery Celebrating 34 Years in Art
Trudy Haynes is an American news reporter. She became the nation’s first African American TV weather reporter for WXYZ-TV in Detroit, MI in 1963. In 1965, she became the first African American TV news reporter for KYW-TV, in Philadelphia, where she continued until her retirement in 1999. Haynes, who received an Emmy Award as well as two Lifetime Achievement Awards during her 33-year tenure at KYW-TV, currently hosts an online show called the Trudy Haynes Show.
Five dollar $5 Paint Party during Expo Week. Click here for details!
Plan Your Trip to Expo
Philadelphia Mills (formerly and still referred to as Franklin Mills) is an enclosed shopping mall located in Northeast Philadelphia, bordering Bensalem in Bucks County and 15 miles outside Center City. Formerly named for Benjamin Franklin, the mall houses 200 stores, a movie theatre, two food courts, and seven theme restaurants and was visited by an estimated 20 million people in 2016.
Here are tips on getting to Expo — by car, train or bus.
14 Minutes from Center City Philadelphia by car 95 North
Hotels, Air, Rentals
Movies at Mall – Lion King
See The Lion King as part of Expo 2019 $4.99
Things to Do. Plan ahead.
We have Discounted and Free Tickets for the movies, casino shows and dining during Expo. They will be posted here. Check back often.
Need assistance planing your Expo Experience call us 215-352-3114 or email: email@example.com