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Three Ravens Gallery is a very special art venue located on line and also just minutes outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the Main Line suburban town of Ardmore. The gallery was born of an idea shared between native Wynnewood artist, Mary Ann Wakeley and friend and art collector, Richard Machen, who both enjoy promoting the artists whose work they admire. Their vision is to bring the inspiring art that they have enjoyed seeing and collecting on the internet to a physical space where others may have the opportunity to not only see it in person but to support the artists through purchasing their work as well.
Created by artists within the U.S. from California, Michigan, Oregon, Missouri, Washington, Georgia, and Pennsylvania and outside the U.S. from Canada, Italy, France, Germany, Pakistan, Australia, the United Kingdom and Asia, the art that comprises Three Ravens reflects the unique vision of each artist as well as the gallery's owners--it is lively, soulful, spiritual, colorful, poetic, often sensual. The blend of cultures and contemporary spirit soars freely in this space. Gallery goers have consistently remarked on the peaceful presence that exists in the gallery which could more aptly be called an art sanctuary. It has everything to do not only with the physical space but the art that inhabits its walls.
Here you will find mixed media art in a variety of styles from abstracts to portraits, colorful textures to inky washes and lines on paper. and patterns of colorful hand-dyed jersey. Some works are framed, others are ready to be hung with out framing. Each work is unique on canvas, wood or paper. Here one can see boldly colored desert abstracts on Yupo paper, subtle feminine forms in ink on pages from old French books, vibrant, soulful oils that sing from Pakistan and tiny framed oil abstracts like colorful eye-candies from Japan, gutsy ceramic sculpture, and zen photography from Australia.