Catalogues

For select exhibitions, Woodmere Art Museum publishes Catalogues. Below please find the Catalogues that are available to view online. If you would like to purchase a full version of a non-digital exhibition Catalogue, please click here. All non-digital exhibition catalogues are available in limited quantities. Orders will be fulfilled on a first come first serve basis.

  • Printing as Prologue: Recent Work by Allan Edmunds

  • The Woodmere Annual: 80th Juried Exhibition

    Read a conversation with jurors Michelle Angela Ortiz and José Ortiz-Pagán about the work in the 80th Juried Exhibition.
  • Don't Feed The Art: Woodmere's Animal Menagerie

    Artists have been inspired by the beauty of animals since the beginning of recorded history. Don’t Feed the Art! offers children and adults many ways to enjoy animals through the eyes of artists.
  • Roland Ayers: Calligraphy of Dreams

    Master draftsman Roland Ayers (1932–2014) was born in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, and he studied at the Philadelphia College of the Arts (now the University of the Arts).
  • The Woodmere Annual: 79th Juried Exhibition

    Woodmere's annual juried exhibition, Seeing the Story, highlights contemporary work in a wide variety of media by artists living within fifty miles of the museum.
  • Impressionism: A View from Philadelphia

    This exhibition offers a Philadelphia-centric perspective on American Impressionism through works from the Museum’s collection, including a number of recent acquisitions.
  • Jerry Pinkney: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Great American Heroes

    Jerry Pinkney is a master watercolorist who has built a career creating paintings about legendary people and characters whose lives exemplify a journey of moral character and freedom of spirit.
  • Just In: SCHOFIELD Celebrating the Art of Uncle Elmer

    Woodmere celebrates the generous gift of paintings by Walter Elmer Schofield from the artist’s niece Margaret Phillips and the extended Schofield Phillips family.
  • Gilbert Lewis: Many Faces, Many Figures

    Gilbert Lewis (born 1945) is a leading figurative painter in Philadelphia and known for his sensitive and thoughtful portrayals of the gay male experience in Philadelphia.
  • Africa in the Arts of Philadelphia: Bullock, Searles, and Twins Seven-Seven

    Africa in the Arts of Philadelphia brings together the work of visual artists Barbara Bullock, Charles Searles, and Twins Seven-Seven.