Artist of the Month

Popup Art Show

For the next two weeks, the Visual Arts Group is pleased to present the work of our own Sabine Rehm and Chrystel Pilson in the Fireside Gallery. Read more about the artists below.

Christel Mottur-Pilson, aka Christel Motturart

"Art springs from the depth of human feelings, be it the cave paintings of some 400,000 years ago or the myriad styles practiced today. Even as a young child I was fascinated with the visual images portrayed. I would spend countless hours going over the details of the artist’s vision. What captured my imagination was not so much the subject matter of the artistic expression as the ephemeral quality of feeling that seemed to radiate from the painting. This is precisely what still excites me today.

As we all know feelings are difficult to express in words, though poetry and the literate arts are exceptions. In my painting the interplay of color and textures convey the feelings in combination with the subject matter, often the depiction of the myriad faces of nature.

I am a long standing member of Main Line Art Association and the River Arts at Chestertown, Maryland. In addition, I am a member of the Visual Arts Committee of the Main Line Unitarian Church. My recent work has been exhibited at River Arts, The Great Frame Up and Melodies Café. During an earlier part of my career, The Unitarian Church of Rockville, Maryland featured my art as well as the Montgomery County Rockville Art Gallery."

Sabine Rehm artartart"Sabine's paintings are representative, colorful and sometimes with a mystical appeal, reflecting associations with plants, the ocean and animals.  She enjoys participating in art shows and is very encouraged that her work had been chosen for many juried shows along the Main Line and in Philadelphia.  Sabine feels her life is greatly enriched making new friends in the art world, finding her work appreciated and she is eager to advance her skills. Sabine is a member of Artists Equity, the Delaware Valley Art League and the Visual Arts Group of the Main Line Unitarian Church."

Fireside Room Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri;  9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Sunday

Past Exhibits

Members Art Show

Mickie Rosen (February 24 - March 17)

Elynne Rosenfeld (January 13 - February 21)

Barbara J. Zucker (October 22 - November 30)

Constance Cullpepper (September 12 - October 8)

MLUC Visual Arts Group (July 1 - September 10)

Robin Hotchkiss (June 3 - June 29)

Brian H. Peterson (May 8 - May 31)

Members Art Show (April 9 - May 3)

Barbara Bugliani & Mary Kane (April 9 - May 3)

Ellen Carver (February 11 - March 9)

Ted Ellis (December 21 - January 25)

Center for Creative Works (November 25 - December 14)

Ruth Wolf (October 19 - November 23)

Pam McLean Parker (September 5 - October 12)

Visual Arts Group Made You Look (July 5 - August 31)

Noah Addis: Future Cities (June 1 - 29)

Members Art Show (May 1 - June 6)

Nancy Agati (April 2 - April 27)

Mark Mellett (February 26 - March 31)

Select Invitational Show and Fabric of Peace Quilts (January 17 - February 23)
Featuring paintings by Leslie Bowen, Giuliana Calabi, Mary Kane, Sandi Neiman Lovitz, and Valetta

ArtWell Group Exhibit (December 7 - January 12, 2014)

Laszlo Bagi: Almost All Trees (October 27 - December 1)

Betsy R. Miraglia: Paper / Print / Collage (September 15 - October 20)

Members Art Show (May 4 - September 8)

Amie Potsic: Made in China and Endangered Seasons (March 21 - April 28)

ARTsisters: Recycled, green art (February 16 - March 17)

Dumpster Divers: Upcycling Trash to Treasure (January 5 - February 10, 2013)

Emmy Lou Packard: Retrospective presented by her son Don Cairns (November 25 - December 31)

Kassem Amoudi: Narrative figure and color field paintings (October 13 - November 18, 2012)