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Photos from Liza Corbett and 18 Artist Group Show Opening Reception December 15, 2010

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FIRST FRIDAY DEC 3rd GROUP SHOW November 29, 2010

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Photos from Deck Heads and Decks that are still available! May 16, 2010

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Here are some photos from the Deck Heads Show at Exit Skate shop that Amberella Gallery got to participate in!

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See name of Artist, Title of Deck, and Price Below 🙂

TOP ROW: From left to right

Artist Bill Sands| Beautiful Old San Juan | $100

Artist Katherine Allan | Travelin Light | $375

Artist Kris Chau | Barbara Gordon | $250

Artist Eugene Ewing | Moist William | $250

BOTTOM ROW: From Left to Right

Artist Heather Jo Wingate | Doreen’s Closet | SOLD

Artist J.L. Schnabel | Hibernation | $250

Artist Dave Fox | Patience Wins | $450

Artist Stephanie Kao | Maneki Mary |$225


Mark McQuilling | Rest Less | SOLD

ON THE FLOOR {not shown}

Artist Adam Wallacavage | Super Happy Starfish Playland | SOLD

Exit Philadelphia Deck Heads Show! May 1, 2010

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On Friday May 7th 2010 at 6pm
825 north 2nd Street
EXIT skate shop hosts a group art show.

Amberella Gallery is grateful and totally stoked on the opportunity to participate and collaborate with Exit skate shop!  Steve Miller, owner of EXIT PHILADELPHIA skateboard supply, is one of my favorite people in Philly and long time friend.  I am bursting with joy over this years Deck Heads! It’s going to be pretty ridunkulous.

Below is the list of artists you can expect to see on the Amberella wall at the show…

Adam Wallacavage

Katherine Allan

Kris Chau

Eugene Ewing

Dave Fox

Stephanie Kao

Amber Lynn

Mark McQuilling

Bill Sands

J.L. Schnabel

Heather Jo Wingate

Adam Wallacavage! April 8, 2010

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Adam Wallacavage

Anyone that is friends with Adam knows that they are a lucky ducky. He is a splendid warm hearted goofball.  But, furthermore, those that don’t know him personally may know of his incredible chandelier creations.  Stop by Amberella Gallery any time to check out his chandeliers… your peepers are sure to be delighted! Below are chandeliers by Adam Wallacavage.  If interested in his work, pricing, etc please visit http://www.adamwallacavage.com or email him at awallacavage@gmail.com

xoxo…. amber lynn

“Lady Pinkwater” Chandelier by Adam Wallacavage 

“The Son of Argus” Chandelier by  Adam Wallacavage

“The Spawn of Argus” Chandelier by  Adam Wallacavage



” Lady Pinkwater” Chandelier by  Adam Wallacavage  {same as one shown above}




look! adam wallacavage poster child prints <3 November 29, 2009

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Adam has limited edition signed prints for sale right now!  You can buy one, or two, or three at posterchildprints.com

Adam Wallacavage
Alyona $55 | 20×24

Artist Biography

Inspired by an obsession with the ocean and a fascination with extravagant interiors of old churches, Adam Wallacavage transformed the dining room of his South Philadelphia Victorian Brownstone into something from the pages of a Jules Verne novel. Teaching himself the ancient art of ornamental plastering, Adam evolved his new found skills into making plaster cast octopus shaped chandeliers as the final touch to his underwater themed room. Not content with leaving the chandeliers to his own home, Adam continued his experimentation by making more and more. He changed the shapes and colors and even collaborated with famed jewelry designer, Tarina Tarantino who supplied the beautiful pearls for his pink glitter chandelier featured in his first showing at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in June of 2006. The same chandelier will be included in the Juxtapoz retrospective show at the Laguna Art Museum in June of 2008, before arriving at it’s permanent home, in the entrance of Tarina’s new Sparkle Factory, in downtown LA.

Beyond making chandeliers, Adam Wallacavage is also an accomplished photographer, documenting artists, musicians, daredevils and all things weird and wonderful. His first book, Monster Size Monsters, was released in August of 2006 through Gingko Press and spans fifteen years of his photography.

in love August 19, 2009

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i am in love with one of adams newer pieces!  I really can not stop thinking/dreaming about it!

adam wallacavage