8405 Germantown Ave, Historic Chestnut Hill, PA 19118

215.247.1603 graverslanegallery.com


Harry Anderson


Judith Hoyt

Opening Reception: Friday February 2nd 5pm – 8pm (public is welcome)

Artist Talk by Judith Hoyt Friday February 2nd @6:30pm

Reception: Friday March 1st 5pm – 8pm (public is welcome)

Artist Talk by Harry Anderson Friday March 1st @6:30pm

GLG supports the work of Circular Philly circularphiladelphia.org. Information table at the reception

Gravers Lane Gallery 8405 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 19118

Gravers Lane Gallery, is pleased to debut two concurrent exhibitions; Harry Anderson (Philadelphia) & Judith Hoyt: “Conversation with Oxidation” (New York).

HARRY ANDERSON: For many decades Harry Anderson has been one of Philadelphia’s most beloved artists. As an early member of the renowned “Dumpster-Divers”, Anderson has collected functional objects primarily manufactured during the 1930’s spanning through the 1950’s. He is most recognized for his assemblages, which are in fact functional, as chandeliers, floor and table top lamps. Anderson’s brilliance is intuitive design sense when combining found objects. Utilizing old clock, radio and macine parts, tools, toys, and even garden hoses. Anderson’s assemblages are magical when illuminated with rocket ships flying and figures dance and twirl. His skilled craftsmanship is what makes his work shine. For many years Harry has worked with local glass artists, crafting globes to his specification. Anderson’s work can be found in public, private and corporate collections throughout the United States including the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He is a National Endowment for the Arts recipient as well as the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts.

JUDITH HOYT: “Conversation with Oxidation” – Judith Hoyt has been a long time resident of New York State, Born in Hunter, Greene County with a population just above 3000. A majestic landscape, The Catskill Mountains and Hudson River Valley have served as her inspiration and Mother Nature is her muse. Hoyt studied at the State University of New York, New Paltz under the tutelage of Robert Ebendorf, an internationally recognized artist known for transforming discarded found materials into coveted objects and body adornment. For several decades Hoyt has been rummaging and gathering old patinated metal, wood, damaged books, roadside debris. Materials that resonate with her reveal lines and scars of age: they are markers of time. Hoyt collages materials rich in with textured and patinated shapes. Hoyt is a story teller, which is evident in all her work including, wearables, necklaces and her patterned and puzzled shapes. Her work reflects the weather-scarred, patch worked landscape of New York State. Judith Hoyt’s aesthetic is grounded in her love of nature and unlike Anderson, she seeks out refuse on country roads, floating in streams, old abandoned barns. Her work can be found in the Guggenheim, N.Y., The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art and the Racine Art Museum, WI. “Conversation with Oxidation” is Judith Hoyt’s first exhibition with Gravers Lane Gallery.

Entrance is free to the public and is handicap accessible.


Tuesday January 17th – Friday February 23rd


Complimentary Bubbly and Chocolates

FEBRUARY 10th 12-5pm



Ashley Buchanan


Patrick Michael Carrow

Handmade handbags

Carolyn Moss Bach


Victoria Berry White


Elisa Warder


Christa Louise

Handmade Scarves

Kate Crankshaw


In Participation with the Chestnut Hill Business Association

All day, February 10th, 2024

Clients who spend $25.00 or more on Saturday February 10th

will receive a raffle ticket. All tickets will be collected by CHBA and entered into a drawing for great prizes!

Upcoming in 2024

February 1st – March 15th

Harry Anderson and Judith Hoyt

Sculptural lighting and mixed media wallwork, jewelry

Feb 22 – March 27th

Andrea Haffner & Joseph Miceli

Resin botanical sculptures; painting

Celebrating The Philadelphia Flower Show I March 2-10th

March 27th – May 15th

Pamela Becker and Jan Morgen

Basketry; painting

May 23rd – July 15th

Sasha Baskin and Seth Michael Carlson

Fibers; Jewelry



Tuesdays-Saturdays 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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