ADM Gallery
THE ADM GALLERY CLOSED ITS DOORS IN 2005.

A CHANGING NEIGHBORHOOD
The face of Northern Liberties, where the Gallery was located, is changing quickly and there is a great demand for living space. Townhouses and condos are being built at a rapid rate. The 314 Brown Street building, the ADM Gallery occupied, has become part of that change.

The ADM Gallery would not have been possible without:

PATRONS
We want to thank those who supported the Gallery and the artists through their purchases of art.

ARTISTS
We would like to thank the many artists who supported us through participation in our shows.

BOARD:
We would like to thank artists Steve Cope, Chris Hopkins, Tom Judd, and Larry Spaid who helped develop the concept for the ADM Gallery and who volunteered their time to help get it started.
           
EMPLOYEES
Thanks to Lisa Morein for helping to get the gallery up and running, to Lisa Haun for helping with the day to day running of the Gallery, and to Kristal Oliver for all of her hard work in helping to do those tasks necessary to the proper closing of the Gallery.

WEB SITE:
Thanks to Joseph D’Armi who developed maintained this web site at no cost to the Gallery (from his home in England).

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