The Carolyn Fiedler-Alber Gallery at Allens Lane Art Center mounts exhibits by area artists each season from September through June. The gallery exhibits a wide variety of media including painting, sculpture, photography and mixed materials. Each show opens with a public reception and is usually attended by the exhibiting artist(s). All opening receptions and exhibitions are free and open to the public.
Monday - Friday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
and evenings and weekends by appointment
In 2007, the gallery at Allens Lane Art Center was named after the late Carolyn Fiedler-Alber by her loving husband, Howard Alber. Mrs. Alber was a graduate of the Tyler School of Art and had taught in both the Philadelphia and New Jersey public school systems. She was chair of Volunteers at the Quadrangle and a member of Friends of Artists Equity. She also devoted much of her time helping shut-ins and handicapped persons and was involved in several AIDS organizations.
In 2012, Howard Alber passed away and understanding just how important Howard was to the center, the name of the gallery was changed to honor them both.
Both Carolyn and Howard not only had an affinity for Allens Lane Art Center, but were both accomplished artists themselves. Their passion for art and life spoke volumes about the type of people they were and it is very fitting that the gallery is named after them.