Exhibitions

A Summer Pallete

Patrick CashePatrick Casher

Patrick Casher lives and works in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. His work is represented in public and private collections in the United States and abroad.

The Victorian architecture and rural setting of his hometown provide much of the subject matter for his representational paintings. The rooftops and spires surrounding his studio supply an endless offering of shapes and planes that inspire his landscapes. While most of his work is "home grown," inspiration also springs from painting forays to Europe; most recently to Spain's Costa Del Sol. His plein aire sketches are fresh and spontaneous and often serve as studies for larger studio works. Beginning with a burnt umber or or other dark ground, acrylics are layered from dark to light.

Philip CohnPhilip Cohn
The Chestnut Hill Gallery is proud to announce an exhibition of the new paintings of Philip Cohn. A Philadelphia native, Cohn has been painting his hometown for over fifty years. He also paints landscapes of Europe, where he has traveled extensively, and cites Italian, French and Dutch painting traditions as a major influence on his painting style and subject matter. Cohn ’s work also revolves around the human condition, depicting people engaged in everyday activities. A reception will be held on the evening of April 10th from 6 to 8 PM. Please come join us in celebrating the works of this Philadelphia legend!
Beatrice Golden
Beatrice Golden
Helene Halstuch Helene Halstuch


Past Show

Tom Steigerwald

A Philadelphia native, Tom Steigerwald is known for his beautiful trompe l'oeil botanical paintings, created his mural-like masterpieces on Masonite, not a square or rectangle canvas, but a series of pieces cut into flowers and leaf forms then painted to give depth, life and movement.

Steigerwald, a Tyler School of Art Graduate taught drawing and anatomy at both Moore College of Art and Drexel University. His works are widely collected and he has exhibited at the Whitney Museum of Art and the Aldrich Art Museum. He has been featured in many publications including the Philadelphia Inquirer. His larger-than-life works, featuring the flowers and plants he loved, will be on display at the Chestnut Hill Gallery from May 5th through the 26th in a show curated by Gallery Director, Joseph Borrelli and Tom's wife, Patrice Steigerwald.

Tom Steigerwald was known for his large-scale and realistic botanical paintings that bring the flowers he so loved out of the garden and into the gallery. This exhibition, presented by Steigerwald's wife, Patrice, in memory of the great local artist, will feature this stunning works.

Tom Steigerwald

Tom Steigerwald



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Tom Steigerwald

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