Art Popping Up Around Conshohocken

Have you noticed the artwork popping up around Conshohocken? The program, Inside Out, brings full-scale, high-quality replicas of works from the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s collection into communities in and around Philadelphia.

The art is in 12 locations around Conshohocken and will be in place through the fall. The art and locations are:

Sutcliffe Park
Colwell Rd. & W 9th Ave.
Mother and Child, 1908, by Mary Cassatt

Conshohocken Fire Company No. 2
819 Fayette St.
Marine, about 1652–53, by Simon Jacobsz. de Vlieger

Leeland Mansion
720 Fayette St.
Portrait of Master Bunbury, 1780–81, by Sir Joshua Reynolds

Conshohocken Community
Center at the Fellowship House
515 Harry St.
Portrait of Mademoiselle Legrand, 1875, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Mary Wood Park House
120 E 5th Ave.
Self-Portrait with Palette, 1906, by Pablo Picasso

Conshohocken Borough Hall
400 Fayette St.
Pichincha, 1867, by Frederic Edwin Church

Conshohocken Free Library
301 Fayette St.
Horse, Pipe, and Red Flower, 1920, by Joan Miró

Jimmy John’s
101 Fayette St.
Man in a Café, 1912, by Juan Gris

Washington Fire Company No. 1
36 W Elm St.
Nude Descending a Staircase (No. 2), 1912, by Marcel Duchamp

Conshohocken Train Station entrance
1 W Elm St.
Present Futures, 2006, by Moe Brooker

The Outbound Station
2 Harry St.
Jackie (Four Jackies) (Portraits of Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy), 1964, by Andy Warhol

Aubrey Collins, Jr. Memorial Park
E Elm & Poplar Sts.
Rondel Depicting Holofernes’s Army Crossing the Euphrates River, 1246–48, made in France

The museum has a handy map you can print out if you want to take a walking tour on your own. You can also download an app in the App Store or in Google Play.

There will also be a couple organized walking tours with the Conshohocken Art League. We will have more information on these tours next week.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is also offering free admission to Conshohocken residents the weekend of September 16-18.