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Lynn M. Holl Watercolorist and Food Blogger An artist all of my life, and graphic designer spanning a nearly 40-year career, watercolor became an obsession shortly before I retired in August 2017. With a need to fulfill this passion, I joined Artists of Yardley and took my first classes—with results that were less than satisfactory, to say the least. Undeterred, I immersed myself in more

ARTISTS OF BRISTOL ON THE DELAWARE Meetings are open to the public and visitors are welcome. To join Artists of Bristol, please complete all questions online at https://www.artistsofbristol.com/ We are Pennsylvania fine artist members of a non-profit group called, The Artists of Bristol on the Delaware (AOB) founded by The Grundy Foundation in 2006 to foster the arts in Bristol Borough and the surrounding areas

Works Published Fiction "Getting Out," in The Best Short Stories of Philadelphia, 2021, Toho Publishing, 2021. Information at https://tinyurl.com/2rfjes9h. "Getting Out," The Madison Review, Vol. 46, No. 1, Spring, 2021. Information at https://madisonreview.bigcartel.com/product/the-madison-review-current-issue Brethren Hollow, a novella, One 'n Done Series, Read Furiously, 2020. Information at http://www.readfuriously.com/p/brethren-hollow.html. "Head On," Philadelphia Stories, Winter 2020. Read it at https://philadelphiastories.org/article/head-on/. "Cutthroat Alley," in The World Takes: Life in

Creative Wood Designs by DAMI Furnishings Designed to Fit Your Needs –Beautifully Dave and Mindy Spray started building and finishing furniture shortly after they were married 46 years ago.  While their craft was originally an inexpensive way to furnish their house, they soon realized they enjoyed creating furniture that was not only functional but expressive. Dave is a master at taking raw wood from an

Videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRiV6RvNPu4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJJvKERC5W8 The Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theater Education Center Non-profit Organization The Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theater Education Center, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, was founded to raise funds to secure, purchase and restore historic Highland Farm, the Doylestown residence of Oscar Hammerstein II and his family for 20 years. Our ultimate vision is to build a museum to honor Oscar's legacy open to the public, with a strong theatre education

Connie Cruser Fine Artist Connie Cruser is a self taught artist who began her artistic journey in 2015, with a desire to create a portrait of her beloved dog. She combines her two loves, animals and art to create custom colored pencil pet drawings for others. She keeps busy and finds it rewarding and relaxing, by creating new works, and experimenting with different media. A few

Christine Ochab- Dicostanzo Fine Artist/ Painter I have had an interest in Art ever since crayons and the first smear of finger paints. I attended DuCret School of Art in Plainfield, NJ. I am a longtime member of Artsbridge. I like to participate in local Art Shows when I get the opportunity. Plein Air painting is a favorite of mine I love to join

Gloria Sherman Acrylic Paintings Gloria Sherman was an elementary school teacher for the School District of Philadelphia for 22 years. She has been a teacher of grades K-5, as well as a teacher for the Mentally Gifted, and director of Hands on Shakespeare. She has a Masters Degree in Education, is fluent in 5 languages, and has tutored young children in reading and other subjects

Helene Mazur Oil, Pastel and Mixed Media Art Inspired by fresh air and the ever-changing views of the outdoors, I have fallen for the total immersion and intense pleasure of trying to capture the essence of a place; layering texture, light and color onto a canvas en plein air. Not always having the luxury to paint outdoors, I take photos, make sketches, revitalize memories, and

Robert Hansen Abstract Artist After 35 years in two left- brain careers, I began intuitive abstract painting in 2005.  My art is about the medium itself, experimenting with the many ways to apply acrylic paint—brushing, pouring, drawing, dripping, texturizing and layering.  I do not plan a painting before I begin; my work starts with a color pallet and evolves.  Accident is important in the process