Coming Up Next

Meet and Mingle with Artists
November 17, 2022 5:00-7:00 PM

The Gallery Committee is excited to announce the next art exhibition at the Clubhouse on display from November 8 through January 6 featuring four extraordinary artists. Please plan to visit the exhibition during Club hours and at the Artists’ Opening Reception on November 17, and experience the extraordinary creativity of these artists. 

The Artists’ Opening Reception will be held on November 17 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM. Members and artists are encouraged to invite friends and guests. 

Mark your calendars for these exciting and stimulating exhibits!

Cosmopolitan Club Members and their Guests, Artists and their Patrons are most welcome to attend.


Meet the Artists 
November 17, 2022
5:00 - 7:00 PM

Club members and their guests: 

Artists and their guests:  



Peter Bruckner

West Vitrine

Peter Bruckner uses a wide selection of semi-precious stones from around the world to design and fashion his one of kind necklaces. His aim is to balance or enhance the energy of the wearer and reveal their inner beauty. From a single Tahitian Pearl on a strand of Opals to a ‘Statement Piece’ of Lapis Lazuli and Rock Crystal, there is a wide range to choose from, although he will also create bespoke pieces for singular occasions.
Mr. Bruckner uses his extensive knowledge in astrology and the four elements, as well as his eye as a painter and stained-glass artist, to create jewelry to enhance the well-being of the wearer and is sure to draw attention and elicit compliments as well.

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Rochelle Marcus Dinkin


 Rochell Marcus Dinkin Artist Statement: An artist is a storyteller, a timeless Scheherazade of the psyche.  My art is a psychological diary of my journey through life.  It is a kind of fairytale: a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative.  My heroines are the focal points of the paintings and mixed media pieces, as we are all the heroines of our own stories.  The archetypes I use serve to highlight the commonality of our experience.  The mythology in these works is universal, the influences international. I am interested in the ornateness and spatial quality of Persian art and the luminous colors of Medieval altar pieces.  Through it all, it is the beauty of that vision that matters most. I want my art to be provocative, but most of all, it must be magical. Color, transcendent and glowing, is the music - line the rhythm. Art is beyond what words can express, and truly the language of the soul.

Amanda Kaiserman

East Vitrine

Finding the poetry in found objects, assembling them in new ways, Amanda Kaiserman finds inspiration everywhere: from paintings and travel, to the flea markets she scours in France, and even in Parisian hardware stores. A fashion designer by training and self taught jewelry designer, she creates wearable art by assembling objects in new ways, or “upcycling" antique findings in collaboration with the increasingly rare artisans of Paris or the old porcelain ateliers of Limoges.

Dividing her time between Paris and Philadelphia with French photographer, husband and their young son, Amanda has had an international career in Fashion. Amanda's many years of experience in design, along with her longtime passion for travel and for collecting and creating jewelry, inspired Amanda to create her eponymous line of jewelry with her own eclectic aesthetic.

Nicholas Tosi

Dining Room

A love of mountain climbing led French photographer, Nicolas Tosi, to discover his passion for photography. The dramatic landscapes he encountered at high altitudes inspired Nicolas to capture them on film. Parisian born, Nicolas Tosi, grew up in Montpellier, returning to Paris at the age of 20 to work as an assistant in a photography studio. Although he briefly studied photography, Nicolas is mainly self taught, and since going off on his own, he has spent the last 30 years traveling the world to photograph some of the most luxurious homes and resorts while working for many prestigious French publications which includes: Marie Claire Maison, Madame Figaro, Elle DeĢcoration, in addition to catalogues for the likes of Habitat, Descamps and Ikea.

In 1991, Nicolas was invited to document the opening of Vietnam, and in 1993 he was invited by Nicolas Hulot (former French Minister of the Environment,) on a three month expedition to some of the most remote regions of Siberia.

Recently relocated from Paris to Philadelphia with his wife and son, Nicolas collaborated in 2018 with talented local artist, Jane Irish, on the artful documentation of her magnificent installation at Lemon Hill. Nicolas’ new projects? He is now looking forward to the photographic exploration of the dramatic and expansive landscapes which grace the great United States....To be continued.....