John Laub's landscape paintings are immersive environments of lush forests, winding pathways, and sun-soaked beaches. His depictions of places like Fire Island, Coral Gables, and the Adirondacks celebrate the picturesque beauty of nature and reveal his joyous love of paint. Laub's canvases are filled with expressive brushstrokes and intense color. Focusing on his large-scale paintings, the exhibition also includes a selection of the artist's prints and drawings. This presentation marks the first solo showing of Laub's work in Philadelphia in over two decades.
Woodmere Art Museum is pleased to announce its 76th Annual Exhibition, Philadelphia's longest standing juried museum exhibition, on view from June 3 through September 4. The exhibition's juror is Harry Philbrick, founding director of Philadelphia Contemporary, a nonprofit visual and performance art space currently in development.