In 2009-2010, Bridgette Mayer Gallery placed over 200 original artworks by 27 artists throughout Alter Hall at Temple University's Fox School of Business. On the occasion of the University's Art Collection Dedication on October 13, 2010, the Gallery produced a fully illustrated catalogue of the artworks in the Collection. Please contact the gallery for information on purchasing a copy of the catalogue.
Gallery owner and director, Bridgette Mayer, was recently featured in a multi-page spread in the Philadelphia Daily News. Read on to learn about her early life, gallery practice and plans for the future of the art world in Philadelphia.
Gallery artists, Arden Bendler Browning and Nathan Pankratz were selected for the Northeast issue of New American Paintings, #104.
Our summer exhibition "Young & Fun: Abstraction" was reviewed by Lauren Findlay for artblog.
Edith Newhall reviewed "Young & Fun: Abstraction" for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Nathan Pankratz is interviewed by the Big Room Blog which is published by Haverford School.
Where Magazine features Nathan Pankratz' latest solo exhibition at Bridgette Mayer Gallery.
Nathan Pankratz is interviewed by Fresh Paint Magazine for their 10th Issue published in December 2015.
Marvin Aguilar of Artblog reviews Nathan Pankratz' solo exhibition "So many ways to say I love you, I think I'll try every one."
Bridgette Mayer Gallery announces its participation in the Philadelphia Fine Art Fair, the city’s first world class fine art fair where international, contemporary, and modern art collectors, curators and art lovers gather to acquire new works and exchange cultural ideas.
Bridgette Mayer Gallery Re-Opens to the Public in its Historic Washington Square Location at 709 Walnut Street with a Bold and Exciting Group Exhibition, Karmic Joy,Starting June 1, 2021.
Philadelphia, PA – April 21, 2021. Bridgette Mayer Gallery is thrilled to announce that in its twenty-first year as a leader in the Philadelphia arts community, it will re-open its doors to the public on June 1, 2021. The gallery will be returning to its home on the 1st floor of 709 Walnut Street in Washington Square, where it existed as a public gallery from 2001 to 2016, before moving to the penthouse level of the building and becoming a private, appointment-only space. Founder and Owner Bridgette Mayer has made the exciting decision to re-open the gallery as a way to foster art and joy in Philadelphia in response to the difficulties facing the city due to the COVID-19 pandemic.