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​The SEPTA Airport Rail Line will be using shuttle bus service on weekends in August beginning Saturday-Sunday, August 5-6, between Philadelphia International Airport and 30th Street Station due to a track improvement project. Shuttle bus service will transport passengers between the Airport and 30th Street beginning at approximately 4:30AM on Saturdays through 12:30AM on Mondays. Bus schedules will be posted at platforms at Terminals A-East, B, C/D and E and can be downloaded at More information

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Terminal A-West
December 19, 2015 - July 13, 2016

Philadelphia ceramist Diane Marimow is inspired by the sea – its shells and marine life. Her 3-dimensional abstractions emulate the growth and movement of sea creatures, particularly mollusks such as snails, clams, and conch. Marimow’s objects are typically circular curvilinear shapes textured with spirals and shallow indentations and patterned glazed stripes. Marimow’s forms capture the sensation of life underwater with their graceful, undulating curves giving them the appearance of floating on the ocean’s current.

She creates both singular objects and totemic sculptures where multiple forms are stacked vertically. The totems feature circular - sometimes conical - shapes nestled together one atop the other. Each individual object on the totem appears to have regenerated itself from the others. There is a familial sense among the multiple elements. And like all species, each is unique in its detail.

Marimow has said “that there are tens of thousands of known species of mollusks, more than enough to stimulate my imagination.” With such vast source material, Marimow will continue her explorations of the sea.

Diane Marimow is an Associate artist at The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, and a museum educator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. She received a Master’s degree in Art Education from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, and has exhibited her work throughout the region.