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June 20 - September 20

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Summer Playlist

June 20 - September 20

Coming Soon

Summer Playlist

June 20 - September 20

Coming Soon

Summer Playlist

June 20 - September 20

Coming Soon

Summer Playlist

June 20 - September 20

Coming Soon

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We have moved!

We’re delighted to announce that Gross McCleaf Gallery has relocated to the Manayunk neighborhood of Philadelphia, in The Mill Studios - just off Main Street at the Belmont exit from I-76.

This new location meets the moment in today’s shifting art market while being beneficial for GMG, our artists, and loyal clients. At its 3rd site in 55 years, Gross McCleaf will continue providing a comfortable, convenient setting to engage with your favorite art & artists and now includes free and easy parking!

Don't miss Gross McCleaf's summer group exhibition, Summer Playlist, on view by appointment from June 20th - September 20th.  

Fall 2024: Perky Edgerton: Oct 9 - Nov 9 and Ying Li: Nov 15 - Dec 21.

I am excited for Gross McCleaf's new phase and look forward to seeing you soon in our new location!

All the best,

Rebecca Segall, Director

Gross McCleaf Gallery

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Martha Armstrong pictured at the Opening Reception for 'New Paintings: Vermont, Mt. Gretna, Tucson'

Martha Armstrong featured in John Thornton's film Martha Armstrong, a Painter of Well Loved Places

Video Description: "Though I have admired her work for decades, I finally have my chance to make a movie about painter Martha Armstrong. Just as some figurative artists only paint people they know, Martha’s show of landscapes at Gross McCleaf features places dear to her heart. She told me a story about that.," - John Thornton.

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