Media for Expo 2019

34th Annual Philadelphia International Art Expo

Thousands of pieces of Art for Sale. Original Art, Prints and Posters.

Framed and unframed. $5 to $15,000. Something for Everyone!

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 215-352-3114
Admission Free!

Expo 2019 Website click here

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.

Art by Lee Johnson

Meet Artist Lee Johnson at Expo 2019
Jazz Jams III by Kelvin Henderson

Meet Artist Kelvin Henderson from Maryland at Expo 2019
Click Here to see art by Laurie Cooper

Meet Artist Laurie Cooper From Philadelphia
at Expo 2019

Art by Kennard Copeland

Meet Kennard Copeland from Guyana, South America
at Expo 2019

Meet Artist Andrew Nichols From New York at Expo 2019
Meet Artist Edwin Lester From Delaware at Expo 2019

Expo 2019 Website click here
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October Gallery is Celebrating 32 Years in the African American Art Industry and has operated a physical art gallery in Philadelphia, PA since 1985. We our one of the oldest African American art galleries in the nation. We have been connecting people with art for 32 years. We deliver magic and romance to the art experience. October Gallery believes that art is for everyone. We like to compare ourselves to the Marriott Hotel chain. The Marriott is neither the Ritz Carlton nor Motel 6. It is a mid-range hotel. The company’s Web site states that the hotel offers packages of “fun filled days and wild nights that will fit any family’s budget without breaking the bank.” At the Marriott one can get an expensive or an inexpensive room depending on availability. October Gallery’s marketing philosophy is similar to that of the Marriott. We offer an art experience that will fit anyone’s budget, that does not have to break the bank. October Gallery’s average sale is between $400 and $800. The Gallery’s prices range from $25 to $25,000.


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