Meet and Mingle with Four Artists
September 20, 2021, 4:30-6:30 PM

Come be a part of our first in-person Meet the Artists for 2021. Our talented artists are happy to speak with you about their work on exhibit at the Cosmopolitan Club, why they pursued art, who and what inspires them, and how their work and focus has changed over time.

Mark your calendars for these exciting and stimulating exhibits!

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

Please note that if you are unable to attend this event, you can see the artwork by appointment by emailing Agneta Bacican

Meet the Artists 
Monday, September 20
4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Please register by September 16 at 5pm.

Artists and guests register to attend: CLICK HERE

Members register to attend:  CLICK HERE

Paintings Combining Oils, Acrylics and Encaustics
by Nanci Hersh

First Floor Gallery

Nanci Hersh is a painter whose work is informed by the experiences, relationships and places in her life. Using a variety of mixed media on canvas, board or Tyvek surfaces, Nanci explores love and loss as the overarching journey tying her paintings together.

Wrapped Wire Jewelry
by Jermel Johnson


When not performing with the Pennsylvania Ballet where he is principal dancer, Jermel Johnson's second passion is to create wire jewelry pieces that suggest movement. His exquisite creations make lovely small jewelry gifts while his more intricate pieces are meant to be passed down. 
JermelJohnson on Etsy

Mixed Media Works
by Danielle Siegelbaum

Second Floor Gallery

Born in Paris, Danielle Siegelbaum moved to New York where she pursued her artistic dreams, largely working in textile design while also doing illustrations for the New Yorker and designing Sony’s store windows on Madison Avenue. Humor, irony and derision are important elements in her work, which can also be seen at Studio 515A@Bok Building.

by Diana Contine


Diana Contine earned a B.S. in design at the American College of London and studied Millinery at Moore College of Design, continuing her jewelry studies in California, France and Mexico. A state juried member of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen who loves to travel, Diana believes her designs speak to the “Life Traveler” in all of us.