8405 Germantown Ave, Historic Chestnut Hill, PA 19118

215.247.1603 graverslanegallery.com


Covetable Gifts of the Season


Below is a mere sampling of the great gifts we have this year, at all price points. One-of-a-kind, HANDMADE, unique gifts for the season.

Stop by to browse the collection!

Joel Bless

Glass Menorahs

Christa Louise


Cindy Hornaman

Glass Star Ornaments

Corey & Leanne Silverman

Glass Ornaments

Dan Mirer


Elise Moran


Isabelle Gougenhein


Heather Zondervan


Jerome Hershey


Kate Crankshaw

Glass Botanical

Luke Jacomb

Glass Birds

Marge Margulies


Robert Patterson


Sally Prangley


Kate Crankshaw


Victoria White Berry


Victoria Moore


Emilie Pritchard




Chloë Le Pichon, Ceramics


Wednesday, December 6th, 5-9PM

Gravers Lane Gallery presents an unique collection of ceramic work by Chloë Le Pichon.

Chloë will have both functional and decorative work for sale. In the decorative collection, she uses primarily white stoneware clay, experimenting with textural slip using sand and salt and underglazes. She works to create the appearance of fragility and the exposure of raw elements. The fired clay seems naked and fragile, even though it has turned the permanence of stone.

She works to create the appearance of fragility and the exposure of raw elements. The fired clay seems naked and fragile, even though it has turned the permanence of stone. Chloë’s work lives at the crossroads of Asian and Western sensibilities, having lived in both places and multicultural parents. Each piece is a result of the play between the refined with the raw, the elegant with the natural, classical proportions meet wabi-sabi philosophy resulting in pieces that contain subtle tension.

Chloë finds that making objects by hand in today’s world is deeply rewarding because of the intimacy experienced with each piece, as it is formed. Her work is a dance and conversation with the earth —a raw, active act of creation and improvisation. The pieces in this show are hand-coiled, a technique used since the beginning of human life, examples of which date from prehistoric times. This slow methodical building process lends itself well to moments when the mind disappears and the energy of improvisation can be channeled. This method develops a deep listening to the clay as well as responding to it. With each piece, she also strives to achieve a sense of beauty, responding keenly to the need of the soul to be elevated through art.

Chloë graduated from Swarthmore College having fallen in love with claywork, thanks to her inspiring professor Syd Carpenter and generous teacher Doug Herren. Over the past 20 odd years she has kept up a studio practice. She continues to take intensives, especially in France (Atelier Terra, Arts Techniques et Céramiques, Scalabre et Mercier), where traditional techniques and modern design particularly appeal to her sensibilities. She has enjoyed her work as a technician and teacher for the Claymobile and her private lessons to children and adults.

Elyn Blake’s Trunk Show

Very lovely Stag and Doe Night last Wednesday with Elyn’s jewelry

December Hours

We are open Tuesdays-Sundays 11am-5pm

Additional holiday hours

Monday 11th December 11am-5pm

Sunday 24th December 11am-3pm

GLG is closed on 25th of December

Tuesdays-Sundays 11am-5pm

Bruce Hoffman

Executive Artistic Director


Chloë Le Pichon

Assistant Artistic Director


Kate Crankshaw

Associate Artistic Director


Joseph Miceli

Associate Artistic Director


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