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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

Clifford Eberly Artist Surroundings and the metaphysical inspire my abstract collages, still life paintings, and woven assemblage sculptures. Performing meditation brings an element of daily consistency that is evident in the repetitive collage and painting processes on panels, canvas and paper assembled to form layered spaces of contemplation. I seek to transform the quotidian into color, line, shape, and form. Website EMAIL ME

Writings GraceKeyser_death-dream-1Death Dreams GraceKeyser_foreign-1Foreign GraceKeyser_march-winds-1march winds GraceKeyser_end-of-all-things-1End of All Things GraceKeyser_Illusion-1Illusion Grace Keyser Literary / Visual Artist I am a fine artist that has been making art for as long as I can remember.  I do not limit myself to one style, medium or concept, but keep myself open to respond to what inspires me. I was formally educated at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, which provided me with the ability

Terry Page Fine Artist I like to hike in the woods and in the mountains. When hiking in new and foreign places, even with a map, there is always the chance of getting lost. There is the confusion of trying to figure out where I had gone wrong, and how to get back on the right trail again. Painting is much like that. Each new canvas

David C. Page Fine Artist First and foremost, I am a story teller!  I always have been and I always will be! When I take a hike I see stories in the mountains and in the people I pass.  If I’m motorcycling across the country, I find stories in all-night diners and local bars.  When I sit on the floor, playing with my grandchildren, I

Hicks Art Center Gallery Community College Art Gallery Hicks Art Center Gallery is located on the Newtown campus of Bucks County Community College. The gallery programs public exhibitions year-round featuring artists working in media that reflect the Arts and Communication department’s Majors and Certificate Programs. Presenting exhibitions with diverse practicing artists embodies the ethos of the college and gallery’s mission to maintain a learning environment

Susan Klinger Artist The first time I worked in pastel, I was intrigued by the direct application of pigment to the surface. Nothing between my hand and the pastel. I enjoy the challenge of manipulating color and value to create the illusion of reality on the two-dimensional surface. Light plays an important role in my work, and I love to depict reflections, whether on glass or

Claire Goldenberg Fine Artist  Claire Goldenberg is a diverse artist.  She paints in watercolor, pastel, acrylics and mixed media.  She loves to experiment with mediums and styles.  Claire began painting after her children were born and quite by accident.  Encouraged by an artist friend who invited her to paint together, her friend advised her not to look for or expect perfection. When Claire began to paint

Bonnie Vandenberg Fine Artist I have always been involved in creating some form of art, using my hands to express love and emotions.  I began painting about 25 years ago, taking occasional art classes. Painting was a calming and meditative way to relieve the pressures of having a full-time job and raising a family.  Six years ago, when I retired, painting

Kirby Fredendall Fine Artist Myriad conditions of light created by the time of day and the weather illuminate textures in the water, patterns in the clouds, and juxtapositions of color that richly vibrate with one another to form the visual experience of the landscape. The morning light slowly eases up over the horizon, gently lighting the clouds, and later seen from the same vantage, the