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Paula Focazio Unique Ceramics & Henna Artwork Paula Focazio is a Bucks County artist best known for her colorful ceramics and henna body art. Her current body of work fuses her two favorite mediums into what she calls “hennapottery”. She lives in Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania with her husband, 3 children, and a menagerie of pets. Her goal is to spread joy through artwork. Website EMAIL ME

Catherine D. Kerr Photography My first published photographs were taken to illustrate my work as a newspaper reporter and freelance writer. Later, as I followed a career path that led to ordained ministry in the Episcopal Church, photography became a form of spiritual discipline through which I seek to notice the presence that lies shimmering beneath every surface. I’m especially interested in the way light

Sheila Fernekes Contemporary Art Jewelry "The ancient art of bead weaving is spiritual and invigorating. One by one, each bead is interconnected, spanning time and space. The beads sing, and I listen to their harmonies. Rhythms pulse. The pulse becomes a heartbeat and the beads spring to life. Together, we push boundaries, explore new horizons and dance." Sheila Fernekes Sheila Fernekes creates contemporary art jewelry using

Lisa Domenic Fine Artist I believe ART IS GOOD medicine.  I used to work as a nurse - but my whole life changed when I became a patient myself. "We plan - and God steps in with another plan for us and He is all - wise and the most loving friend  we always have helping us."   -Nettie Fowler McCormick    Painting helps me achieve a balanced life I love

Ewa Zeller Fine Artist Ewa - artist with old European background - is an award winning oil painter (but also pastel, watercolor) and paints natural subjects in a combination of representative style: interiors, still life, figure , portrait, landscape. "My work is based on experiencing something visually and then translating it  through painting to the world perceived with all senses. I expect a painting to have a

Megan Lawlor Fine Artist Megan grew up in the seaside community of Manasquan, NJ. Enrolled by her father at a young age in her first formal painting class with renowned landscape artist, Ted Goerschner, N.A., Ted emphasized the need to paint from life and that "an artist must know how to draw, or their painting will not be believable." Megan received a classical art education at

Linda Kreckel Watercolor and Mixed Media Artist I’m a watercolor enthusiast who’s always searching for the best way to express the beauty and mood of my surroundings. The softness of a grassy field, the sparkle of rippling water, the pale spring green against tree lines all inspires first hand connections to the scene in front of my eyes. Sketching and planning to simplify the shapes and

Gene Underwood Painter Every painting I make is a journal entry, a fleck of my life. But I’ve transmuted them into arrangements of colors and shapes, surprisingly composed, to engage you. I’m one of those lifelong student types. I read as widely as I can. I’m a popular culture vulture. Art museums are a daily vitamin to me. I always wanted to learn how to paint,

Adriana Groza Visual Artist Adriana Groza is a visual artist, born and raised in Transylvania, Romania, currently a Mercer county resident, living and working in Hamilton, NJ since 2007. She has been working in her fluid acrylics since late 2017, focusing on abstract paintings done on gallery-wrapped canvas. She has progressed through a long period of self-assessment and self-guided learning since 2009 when she first picked

Barbara Zietchick Printmaker The best way I can describe myself is to emphasize my love of observing every scene I come across.  I love colors, shapes, patterns, and textures. As a printmaker, I am excited by the matrix I am using, either a copper or zinc plate, a wooden block, a piece of linoleum, a textured collage (collagraph) or a silk screen.  Inks, brushes, etching tools,