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April Silverman Fine Artist Painting provides peace of mind, an escape from the world.  I usually paint from a photo —mine or someone else’s—that inspires me, grips my imagination. I prefer painting land- and seascapes, animals, and still life in oil or watercolor. I studied art at Syracuse University for a BFA. in fabric design, married, and raised a family.  I went to Drew University Graduate School

Mona Madl Fine Artist Mona Madl, was born 1996 in a little Town in Salzburg, Austria. Growing up in a Country which is very influenced by Art and History, Mona soon began to get inspired by different styles of Art. As a daughter of a pastry chef, the creativeness was included in everyday life e.g. in sugarart or Cocoa-Art. Traditional Art with Charcoal and pencil, mixed

Denise Jill Marshall Mixed media, Photographic weaving, Photography My journey into photographic weavings began in November 2020 while I was taking an abstract photography class. In my critique notebook the one theme that kept coming up was how my work was very linear. Studying my printed images, I saw them from different perspectives. I took out a pair of scissors and while it took me

Mary Manahan Artist Mary Manahan has been painting for 14 years.  She prefers to paint en Plein air - landscapes, people and everyday life.  She has been a mother, promotional writer, quilt artist, massage therapist, yoga teacher and enjoys playing Irish Traditional Music on the whistle. Website EMAIL ME

Judy LaTorre Artworks Fine Artist I create paintings that radiate warmth using the transparent nature of watercolor.  Because of the fine detail rendered in each scene coupled with the changing effects of sunlight, my work has been described as a combination of realism and impressionism. Bucks County gave me the opportunity to preserve our place in its rich history. If my work conveys a

Angela Pannone Fine Artist I am a Bucks County watercolor artist but on occasion I also work in pastel, acrylic, ink, and gouache. My journey with art has been present from the very earliest years of my life.  It is an unexplained call and also a gift of serenity and healing. My desire is that my art entertains in its own way, heals whoever sees

Constance McBride Ceramic Sculpture - Installations - Mixed Media My work throws light on issues experienced by most women—from becoming aware of the male gaze and self-objectifying, to harassment, abuse, marginalization and ageism. Simultaneously, women struggle to remain relevant, take care of their physical and mental health, and maintain financial stability. My uncompromising figures are informed by these matters. I create deliberate parallels between my materials and

Bonnie MacAllister Fiber Artist The muscle memory of sewing is guided by recollections, stringing the grit and tooth of obstacles, the furrows of seams and seeming, of life stories fought out, patched out before paint would dry, better rather knit, pounded out in coarse intermingling of fibers, torn out and restitched, a forgiving medium where every loop can be redone and undone, tacked and basted

Michael Kuyper Artist Michael received formal training in Fine Art, Advertising, and Illustration at Hussian School of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and graduated from Hussian with an Advertising/Fine Arts degree in 1990 and set up a studio in his parents home to pursue his dream of becoming a professional artist. He first found inspiration in sports. Creating oil paintings of classic ballparks; Connie Mack Stadium, The

Jean Broden Fine Artist My work, as with most artists, is a reflection of my life experiences and interests.  The things that I find most inspiring are those that celebrate the past, be they in the form of architecture or simple household items.  I find that the design sensibilities of the nineteenth and earlier twentieth century were so embodied by beauty. The smallest home or