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.

  • The Storybook Magic of Jerry Pinkney

    An exhibition for families that celebrates the distinctive imagination and storytelling power of Jerry Pinkney, a master watercolorist and one of the most beloved artists in children’s literature.
  • Harry Bertoia: Free Interpretations

    The exhibition Harry Bertoia: Free Interpretations celebrates the relocation of the artist’s 1967 sculpture Free Interpretation of Plant Forms to Woodmere’s grounds.
    August 20-November 6, 2016
  • The Poker Game and Its Circle

    On the first Sunday of every month for fifty years, a group of artists in Philadelphia has been meeting to play poker and share ideas about art and life.
  • The Promise of Peace: Violet Oakley's United Nations Portraits

    The Oakley portraits showcase her lifelong dedication to the promotion of peace and world harmony.
  • Women and Biography

    Showcasing the strength of Woodmere’s collection, Women and Biography explores the personal and public expression of intimate relationships between the artists and their families, partners, children
  • Art and Animal Fun: an illustrated drawing guide

    This drawing guide offers children a tutorial in how to draw some of their favorite animals, while introducing them to some of Philadelphia's great art.
  • Just In: Martha Mayer Erlebacher

    This exhibition celebrates the life and work of Martha Mayer Erlebacher (1937–2013), widely considered one of the most important interpreters of figurative realism in American art.
  • On Paper: The Gift of Ann and Don McPhail

    Ann and Don McPhail have carefully and judiciously built one of Philadelphia’s great collections of prints and drawings.
  • Frank Bramblett: No Intention

    This career retrospective explores four decades of work by Frank Bramblett (born 1947), one of Philadelphia’s most admired artists and teachers.
  • Silent Conversations: The Paintings of Frances Galante

    This exhibition highlights the atmospheric realist paintings of Frances Galante (1957-2015), a much-loved artist who taught at Woodmere for many years.