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Jury location

(dropoff and pickup)


225 S. Valley Road Paoli, PA 19301

Exhibit location

(dropoff and pickup)


250 King of Prussia Road

Radnor, PA 19087

Penn Medicine at Radnor


This show will be juried at the November 9, 2018 membership meeting by Randall Graham. Mr. Graham’s passion for art has been apparent since childhood.  His love of drawing and creating stories through works of art started at a very young age and hasn’t stopped yet.  He studied at The Carlin Academy of Fine Art.  Bo Bartlett has also taught him and influenced his style.  The tradition of Chester County artists continues with him. He keeps a studio in Malvern where he works and teaches traditional painting fundamentals. His work comes in a variety of channels including studio work, en plein air, his "en rain air" style and working with cold wax medium.  The "en rain air" style comes about from painting a scene from his minivan or window while it is raining.  The rain drops on the window act as a means for abstraction.  The juxtaposition of abstract and reality creates emotional paintings which have become very popular with Mr. Graham’s collectors.  More information may be found at



This show will be juried at the February 8, 2019 membership meeting by John Supplee. Mr. Supplee has been painting for over 50 years, graduated from Hamilton College in 1969 as an art major, and has been a member of the Hamilton Arboretum Advisory Committee. Mr. Supplee may be viewed as a traditional painter, but whose work has taken its own path. His subjects are imaginative and with one predominate theme, among others, being the interplay of plant life with man-made elements.  For the past several years, he has assisted his wife, Carol Giblin, with the operation of her Church Street Gallery in West Chester, PA. Some of his works may be viewed at



This show will be juried at the April 12, 2019 membership meeting by Jane Bertram Miluski. Ms. Miluski, a native of Wallingford, Pennsylvania, is a graduate of Nether Providence High School and Brown University. After Brown, where she earned a degree in chemistry, she was married and became a homemaker. In 1976, after raising five children, she returned to her first interest, drawing and painting. After a few years learning at the Community Arts Center in Wallingford, she began to travel for study. She became a teacher. She taught music and dance for 20 years at the School in Rose Valley, meanwhile teaching watercolor painting at the Community Arts Center, Darlington and the Wayne Arts Center. In 1993, she was elected the first woman president of the Philadelphia Watercolor Society, which celebrated its 100th birthday in 2000. For fifteen years, she has served on the Board of Directors for the Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show. In 2012, the Rose Valley Historical Society honored her with a retrospective at the Old Mill in Rose Valley. She has also mounted one woman shows at Darlington Fine Art Center (15), Swarthmore College, Hedgerow Theatre, and the Community Arts Center. More information may be found at

The Board Invitational Exhibit at Penn Medicine at Radnor, which ends in December 2019, will be DVAL’s last exhibit at this venue.

Delaware Valley Art League 75th Anniversary
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