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April Silverman
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 [...]
Mona Madl
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 [...]
Denise Jill Marshall
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 [...]
Mary Manahan
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
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
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 [...]
Constance McBride
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 [...]
Bonnie MacAllister
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 [...]
Michael Kuyper
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 [...]
Peter Rosenthal

River Dreams

Anne Gannon

Rolling Rust

Catherine Ulasewicz

Henry C. Mercer, A Fertile Mind

Francisco Silva

Transcendental Tree

Mariellen Heffner

Netting Shad

Emily Chang

Finger Knitting

Carolyn Shoop

Henry’s Palette

Christina Galagarza

A New Day

Laura Brandt

The Forest Calls in Springtime

Tony Rosati

Eye Scream Dream

Cheryl Hart

The Masters Touch

Clifford Eberly

Fonthill Castle Springs

Amanda Penecale

Breadseed Poppy

Darlene Decker

Phone Company Lock

Bryan Oliver

Late Afternoon, Fonthill

David Lennard

Portrait of Madame

Maria Dreyer

Enjoy the Ride

Kathleen McSherry

A Measure of Time

Amanda Gonzales

Intuitive Blossom

Kendra Schieber

Creamery Road Pie Mix

Deborah Eater

Dragonflies

Denise Marshall

Blue

Lisa Domenic

My Father’s World

Christine Ochab- DiCostanzo

Chimney Hill Inn, Lambertville

Cheryl Bomba

I Capture the Castle

Cindy Roesinger

Moravian Pottery & Tile Works

Jenny Boccardo

The Red Bridge

Nancy Miller

The Tileworks

Judith Nentwig

Clay Has a Memory

Paula Nelson

Tile Creature

Robert Lowe

Cuttalossa Mill

deb hoeffner

Free Range

Anita Nolan

Mercer Museum Interior

Warren Keyser

Hand Knit Red on Turquoise

Addie Hocynec

Rooftops at Fonthill

Nanci Hellmuth

Beneath The Sands

Louise Fiore

Fisherman’s Castle at Irish Bayou, New Orleans

Sharlene Holliday

Correspondence Here

Jane Ramsey

Field Treasures

Dante del Vecchio

Neshaminy Creek at Tyler

Angela Pannone

Castle Sanctuary

Susan Van Atta

Blueberries

Heather Johnston

Fonthill

Jean Broden

Ryerss Museum

JoanMarie Palmer

A Perfect Day for A Stroll

Sue Ann Rainey

Stover’s Mill on the River

Lisa Thorsten

Portrait of Little Blue

Bob Hakun

Slave to Time

Jennifer Finch

Pandemic Blooms

Stefanie Silverman

Summer Treescape

Sandra Eliot

Spring At Mercer Museum

Pamela Parsons

Marsh

Jean Burdick

Along the Path

Brian Betteridge

Legacy

Tracy Fitzgerald

In the wake of

Donna Dvorak

Fonthill Twilight

Mandy Martin

Irises

Ponder Goembel

Philada

Elissa Goldberg

Bucks County Bridge

Barry Hantman

Going My Way

Pat Powell

Moon Over Mercer

Hal Wightman, II

Outside Looking In

Susanne Porter

Hanging onto the Past

Carol Lloyd

Working into the Night

Vincent Hawley

Bridge View

Lynn Holl

Bust A Move

Laurie Rubinetti

Peony Madness

Pat Buchanan

Emerging

Margot Sweed

Embrace the Join

Pearl Mintzer

The Violinist

Michael Frank

Colorful Chaos

Suzanne Schwartz Gottshall

Harvest in Bedminster

Kimberlee Nentwig

North Pine Street, Doylestown

John A. Benigno

Philadelphia City Detail XI

Jeanne Chesterton

Balancing Act

Ilene Rubin

Get a (Vice) Grip

Helena van Emmerik-Finn

Henry’s Kitchenwares

Grace Keyser

Wishes & Privations / Forbidden Places (Diptych)

Gene Underwood

Mixed Reactions

Barbara Zietchick

Salem

Armor Keller

Spouting Forms

Bonnie MacAllister

Beyond Bayeux

Jean Broden
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 [...]
Clifford Eberly
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
Grace Keyser
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 [...]
Terry Page
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. [...]
David C. Page
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 [...]
Hicks Art Center Gallery
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 [...]
Susan Klinger 
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 [...]
Claire Goldenberg
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
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 became my [...]
Kirby Fredendall
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 [...]
Margot Sweed
Margot Sweed Potter I love being able to create functional and unique pottery.  In the last couple years, I’ve been able to grow my wheelthrowing skills and take my pieces to new heights and breadth. I like to use carving, texture or alterations on my pieces to enhance surface design and enjoy glaze and slip design experimentation.  I find motivation and instruction from [...]
Jenny Boccardo
Jenny Boccardo textile artist I began exploring textile arts as a child, learning to sew, knit, embroider, quilt, along with other traditional “womanly art forms”, from my mother and grandmothers. The art critiques and collectors of days gone by never really accepted these womanly art forms until quite recently. I fell in love with wool painting and consider it an opportunity to change [...]
Ann Rodgers Brown
Ann Rodgers Brown Specializing in Hand Woven Wire Jewelry As a retired graphic designer who formerly worked in the corporate world, I am now happy to be using my creativity to design and construct my own collection of contemporary, romantic jewelry.As a young child, my grandmother and mother taught me to knit. And I knit for many years with fiber. When I discovered [...]
Elissa Goldberg
Elissa Goldberg Soft realism with pastels Elissa Goldberg started drawing with pastels approximately 20 years ago. She is now a member of the Pastel Society of America. Some of her pieces have been inspired by her many travels and wondrous explorations through her native Bucks County, while others come from her vivid imagination. Spending countless hours refining her technique and compositions, she hopes [...]
Elise Dodeles

Evening Mount Hope Cemetery, Lambertville

Ilene Rubin

Get A (Vice) Grip

Dante del Vecchio
Dante del Vecchio Artist My paintings are a reflection of the beauty of this world.  Most of my work is from photos I have taken in Bucks County, PA.  EMAIL ME
Barbara Lewis

Swans

Deborah Eater

Nutmeg

Jeanne Chesterton

Pink Peony

Sandy Askey-Adams

A Wintry Day, Washington Crossing

Cindy Roesinger

Petite Floret #25

Cindy Roesinger

2 1/2 Pears

Cindy Roesinger

Petite Floret #28

Kimberlee Nentwig

Outfoxed

Deborah Eater

Ribbon VI

Cathy Begg

Intensely

Cathy Begg

Fern Gully

Deborah Eater

Evening Mist

Deborah Eater

Hall of Mirrors

Jane Ramsey

Winter Fields, The Ulrich Farm

Christina Galagarza

The West Philly Bunny Hop is on Patreon

Christina Galagarza

Philadelphia Flower Show

Deb Hoeffner

Perfect Rose

Deb Hoeffner

The Crow

Christine Ochab-DiCostanzo

Endless Interlude

Christine Ochab-DiCostanzo

Gaia

Cleveland Wall

Sigil for a Leopard-Skin Coat

Cleveland Wall

Skin Hunger

Nancy Miller

Mountain Freeze

Nancy Miller

Peaceful Afternoon

Kathleen McSherry

Baby Teeth

Laura Brandt

Into the Woods

Laura Brandt

Autumn on the Canal Towpath

Catherine Kerr

Morning Comes to the Valley

Catherine Kerr

First Light

Darlene Decker

Pears and Cherries

Darlene Decker

Pulley01

Sandy Askey-Adams

Winter at Washington Crossing

Sandy Askey-Adams

A Bucks County Autumn Day

Suzan Schwartz Gottshall

Best Days of Our Lives

Suzan Schwartz Gottshall

Flowers for a Friend

Susan Peiffer

Singular

Susan Peiffer

Spiritual

Francisco Silva

Autumn Windmill

Francisco Silva

Changing Seasons

Lisa Domenic

Moo-light

Lisa Domenic

Promised Land

Ilene Rubin

The Blue Bag Toast

Ilene Rubin

Patterson Autumn

Judith Nentwig

Nockamixon Shimmer

Judith Nentwig

Peace Valley Autumn

Barbara Lewis

Strawberries

Barbara Lewis

Mountain View

Gene Underwood

Tipped

Gene Underwood

Early Morning Blues

Lynn Holl

Season’s Last

Lynn Holl

Morning Face

Sandra Eliot

Willow

Sandra Eliot

River Run Reflections

Elise Dodeles

Kiss (Jean Harlow)

Elise Dodeles

Rowers on the Delaware

Mary Ellen Bornak

Night in the City

Mary Ellen Bornak

Feeling Wispy

Arlene Freed

Early Snow on Red Maple

Arlene Freed

Autumn Woods

Doré Vorum

Winter Solstice

Doré Vorum

Reflections in the Times of Covid: Los Angeles

Helen Meyers

Solitary Pumpkin

Helen Meyers

Lambertville Morning

Deborah Finney

Corn Crib

Deborah Finney

Castle Scott

Sue Ann Rainey

Pool Party

Sue Ann Rainey

The Stockton Store

Connie Dierks

Snowy Intersection

Connie Dierks

Red Geraniums

Addie Hocynec

Sunday at Lake Galena

Addie Hocynec

Early Morning Tohickon Creek

Stefanie Silverman

December Woods

Stefanie Silverman

Gwynedd Preserve in September

William Timmins

Pangaea

William Timmins

Abstract #1

Pat Proniewski

Morning and the Azaleas

Pat Proniewski

Hidden

Barbara Zietchick

Cats

Barbara Zietchick

Eagle

Helena van Emmerik Finn

Fonthill Roofs

Helena van Emmerik Finn

Mercer Museum – Back Door

Armor Keller

Tropical Waters

Armor Keller

Remembered Landscape

Annie Marcelino

Cosmic

Annie Marcelino

Oracle

Kimberlee Nentwig

Loyal

Kimberlee Nentwig

Mini Aussie

Matt DeProspero

Tiki

Matt DeProspero

Snaps

Patrice DeVirgilis

The Color of Fall

Patrice DeVirgilis

Bucks County Fall Tapestry

Patricia Allingham Carlson

Sunset Lake

Patricia Allingham Carlson

Seashell

Angela Pannone

The Daystar

Angela Pannone

Winter Descending

Renee Egan

Fire Dock

Renee Egan

Bike Ride Through the End of a Storm

Susan Roberts

Take Me Home

Susan Roberts

Sunset Over Lake Eufala

Catherine Gowen

Bird Feathers

Catherine Gowen

Aromatic Herb Bundle

Laurie Rubinetti

Vincent’s Zinnias

Laurie Rubinetti

Olivia’s Lookout

Megan Lawlor

View of Lake Nockamixon

Megan Lawlor

Fall at Freeman Hall

Dante del Vecchio

Opening Day of Trout

Dante del Vecchio

An Evening in the Pines

Anita Nolan

Back Field at Kirkland Farm

Anita Nolan

Mercer Museum

Marybeth Hucker

Lilac

Marybeth Hucker

Garlics

John Benigno

Rose

John Benigno

Three French Tulips

Gun-Marie Nalsen

The Colored Turtle from the Amazon

Gun-Marie Nalsen

Rocky Beach

Cathy Minniti

Children’s Party

Cathy Minniti

Blue Maryland

Cindy Roesinger

Petite Floret #26

Cindy Roesinger

Petite Floret #24

Aida Birritteri

Lumberville Foot Bridge PA

Aida Birritteri

Washingtons Crossing

Louise Fiore

Canal on a Snowy Afternoon, Lambertville, NJ

Louise Fiore

Stone/Sky, Buffalo, NY

Kathleen McSherry

Annoyed

Pearl Mintzer

Vintage Camera

Pearl Mintzer

Mary Janes

Peter Stolvoort

Our Shade Tree

Peter Stolvoort

Old Friends

Susan Klinger

Winter Light

Susan Klinger

Sassafras Sunset

Camille Fala

Snow Bunny

Camille Fala

Wispy

Carolyn Shoop

The Scotsman

Carolyn Shoop

Company No. 1

William Shoop

Oh Buoy

William Shoop

How Sweet It Is

Michael Frank

Path of Reflection

Michael Frank

Riverside Reflections

Cynthia Scott

Vanity Drawer

Cynthia Scott

Game Room Collage

Christina Poruczynski

Stone Bridge

Christina Poruczynski

Shallots

Jeanne Chesterton

Inclusion #4

Jeanne Chesterton

Window Flourish

Judith Nentwig

Summer on the Delaware

Deb Hoeffner

American Princess

Dore Vorum

Reflections During the Times of Covid

Jeanne Chesterton

Soft Surroundings

Bernadette McBride
Works Bernadette McBride Writer / Editor / Artist Bernadette McBride, author of four full-length poetry collections, served as long-time poetry editor for the Schuylkill Valley Journal and is a founding member of poetry improv troupe, No River Twice. Her writing honors include winning second place for the International Ray Bradbury Writing Award, recognition in the UK, Canada, and on PRI’s The Writer’s Almanac, [...]
Paula Focazio
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 [...]
Catherine D. Kerr
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 [...]
Sheila Fernekes
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 [...]
Lisa Domenic
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 [...]
Ewa Zeller
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 [...]
David R. Roth
Coming 11/19/2021 Coming 11/19/21 Preorder Now David R. Roth Writer David spent over thirty years primarily engaged in corporate communications, writing, directing, and/or producing multimedia educational, training or marketing programs. He quit his job in 2014 to focus on his lifelong dream of becoming a writer of fiction. In 2015 he gained admission to Cedar Crest College’s Pan-European MFA program, which included residencies [...]
Megan Lawlor
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 [...]
Linda Kreckel
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 [...]
Gene Underwood
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 [...]
Adriana Groza
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 [...]
Lisa Domenic

Daybreak Delaware River

William Martin

Lower Valley Presbyterian Church

Gene Underwood

Old Youth

Barbara Zietchick
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, [...]
Brian Betteridge

Summer Feelings

Michael J. Frank
Michael J. Frank Photographic Art Bio I have always been fascinated by the human mind. Dreams, imagination, the abstract and the oddities of what we conceive in our innermost thoughts and fantasies is the template for who we are as individuals. Each, being unique and beautiful in our own way. Photography, in a sense is a way for those interpretations, dreams and fantasies [...]
John A. Benigno
John A. Benigno Fine Art Photography My work has been exhibited at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Sales and Rental Gallery, the Magidson Gallery in New York City, the Washington County Arts Council Gallery, and the Print Center in Philadelphia, among other venues. And, recently, my Adobe Church Project was awarded a grant from the Luminous Endowment for Photographers. It has been collected [...]
Louise Fiore
Louise Fiore Fine Art Photography I’m a fine art photographer based in Lambertville, New Jersey who believes there are infinite ways to see, endless emotions to express and countless stories to tell. During my career I’ve captured the extraordinary beauty of the natural world, abandoned architectural landscapes, even quirky slice of life vignettes. I’m always on the lookout for my next source of [...]
Stephanie Harvey
Stephanie Harvey Printmaking & Graphic Design Under the business name exit343design, Stephanie screen-prints on paper and fabric to create a variety of art and gift items. Her prints and designs exemplify her sense of humor, her love of typography/bright colors/bold patterns, and her penchant for folk art and nature. Website EMAIL ME
ACME Screening Room
Videos VISIT OUR VIDEO GALLERY ON FB Acme Screening Room 25 S Union Street Lambertville, NJ The ACME Screening Room is a non-profit weekly independent and documentary film series founded by Friends of Lambertville Library in 2008 in partnership with the Lambertville Free Public Library and the City of Lambertville in the City's "Justice Center," formerly the ACME Supermarket. The series regularly features [...]
Lisa McGovern
Lisa McGovern Professional Pastel & Graphic Artist Group Artists Exhibitions 2021 Philadelphia Corporation of Aging, City Hall Philadelphia, PA 2020 The Michener Art Museum Doylestown, PA 2020 The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA 2020 The Gallery at Bucks County Community College Lower Campus, Bristol PA 2019 Philadelphia Corporation of Aging, City Hall Philadelphia, PA 2019 Artists of Bristol On the Delaware, Bristol [...]
Santford Overton
Santford Overton Photography Bio My interest in the biological sciences and ultimately in photography was spawned during my tenure at both East Carolina University and Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University where I received my M.S. and Ph.D., respectively. While at East Carolina I met Professor Charles Bland who had a profound influence on my career. His provocative yet practical approach to teaching [...]
Lynn M. Holl
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 [...]
Artists of Bristol On The Delaware
ARTISTS OF BRISTOL ON THE DELAWARE Meetings are open to the public and visitors are welcome. To join Artists of Bristol, please visit 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 of Lower [...]
Bill Hemmig
Works Published Fiction Forthcoming: Americana: Stories, Read Furiously, 2023. Information at https://readfuriously.com/products/americana-stories. "Eddie and Don at Dave's," in Stay Salty: Life in the Garden State, Read Furiously, 2021. Information at https://read-furiously.square.site/product/preorder-stay-salty-life-in-the-garden-state/54 "Getting Out," in The Best Short Stories of Philadelphia, 2021, Toho Publishing, 2021. Out of print. Copies available at the Newtown Bookshop, at Sojourner in Lambertville, or contact me directly. "Getting Out," [...]
Creative Wood Designs by DAMI
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 [...]
The Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theater Education Center
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 [...]
Connie Cruser
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 [...]
Christine Ochab-Dicostanzo
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 [...]
Gloria Sherman
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 [...]
Helene Mazur
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 [...]
Robert Hansen
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 [...]
Christine Seo
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CartaBooks
Mindy Trost : CartaBooks Bookbinder Whether making books, reading books, writing in books or drawing in books, I've always loved books. I discovered bookbinding while attending The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. I like the creative side--choosing colors and patterns, feeling the textures of the papers and fabric--and the structural side--the measuring, sewing, and trimming. Bookbinding pleases both sides of my brain equally [...]
Castor Art and Pottery
Ceramics and Fine Art by Julia Castor Thank you for your interest in my work! I am an artist who splits her time equally between the world of visual arts, and the world of fine craft. I find that, as both a painter and a potter, my focused energy spent on each art form creates a unique conversation between the two in my [...]
Pete Chiovarou
Videos Peter Chiovarou Director, Zlock Performing Arts Center Peter Chiovarou is Director of the Zlock Performing Arts Center and Community Programming & College Events at Bucks County Community College, is a member of its Alumni Association, and previously served as President on the Board of the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County. With a Bachelor of Performing Arts degree from Temple University’s [...]
Nancy E. Miller
Nancy E. Miller Acrylic Artist I find peace and joy in the painting process as the canvas slowly comes alive.  My hope is that the viewer of my work will feel an emotion, whether of happiness, remembrance or peace. Mainly an acrylic artist, I also paint in pastel and dabble in watercolor and ink, both in studio and en plein air as weather and [...]
Sandra Eliot
Sandra Eliot Paintings, Sculpture, mixed media Drawing and painting has always been a major part of my life. This creative process is a direct response to the observed as well as an expression of poetic vision (which allows interpretation or abstraction of things seen). Working in a series is most effective, as it focuses me on certain imagery or a concept or medium [...]
Cindy Roesinger
Cindy Roesinger Contemporary Oil Paintings “When we moved to Bucks County 20 years ago, I was so captivated by our surroundings and the way the Pennsylvania Impressionists captured it, that I had to give painting a try myself.  In 1986 I earned a BFA in photography and went on to work as a photo editor in NYC.  I am however, self-taught in oil [...]
Andrea “Dre” Grigoropol
Andrea "Dre" Grigoropol Artist and Illustrator Andrea “Dre” Grigoropol is an artist, illustrator, cartoonist, and multimedia artist. She is a first-generation American who was born in Philadelphia. She always loved painting and she graduated from Moore College of Art and Design with a BFA in Fine Arts and minor in Illustration. Dre is a spirited artist who is a member of various artist [...]
Jeanne S. Chesterton
Jeanne S. Chesterton Original Still Life Paintings in the Realist Tradition Extraordinary paintings of ordinary objects are intoxicating to me.  They motivate me to paint still life subjects in the realist tradition.  My subjects of choice are often common, everyday objects which show the beauty marks of age and wear.  The patinas of tarnished metals and discolored enamelware, worn surfaces and damaged edges [...]
Susan Kirkeby Kahn
Susan Kirkeby Kahn Fine Artist The beauty of Bucks County brought Susan and her family to the area over 40 years ago. Born and raised in New Jersey, Susan showed creative talent from an early age and attended art classes as a teenager. With an interest in sewing and fashion design, she attended the Miami International University of Art and Design, focusing on [...]
Margaret Montet
Click around below to read some of my essays and an interview! TEACHING-THE-HARLEM-RENAISSANCE BAYWALK-RONDO Margaret Montet Writer, Speaker, Librarian Margaret Montet's narratives of place are combined with memoir, research, and culture. Much of her work focuses on classical music, her first love. She's a librarian at Bucks County Community College and holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from the Pan European MFA Program [...]
Renee Pelletier Egan
Renee Pelletier Egan Oil Painter Renee Pelletier Egan is an award winning artist and a founding member of the Artists of Yardley ,as well as a member of A&C , The New Hope Art League, The Arts Council of Princeton, and Artsbridge. Renee has recently retired from the New Jersey public school system where she taught art to Middle School and High School [...]
Aida Birritteri
Aida Birritteri Watermedia Works on Paper After moving to Hunterdon County, NJ, in 1997 and raising a family, I began to paint watercolor landscapes en plein air in Bucks County, PA,  and Hunterdon County, NJ in the year 2012. Plein air watercolor was the foundation for my works on paper, but today I draw and paint mostly indoors from my studio space. From [...]
On Demand! Programs and Events
Videos https://youtu.be/a3aoGhcoI9o https://youtu.be/iC2QnB3jO-o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hN2YE-qQUFs&feature=youtu.be https://youtu.be/InLGzmWZruA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAlNrTPcKME&feature=youtu.be On Demand! Programs and Events Natalie Kaye founded On Demand! Programs and Events in 2009 to inspire, enrich, and promote positive change. On Demand! brings unforgettable programs to schools, libraries, museums, senior communities, and distinguished venues including the Bucks County Playhouse, the Michener Art Museum, and the Trenton War Memorial. Natalie has produced events with bestselling authors, Broadway performers, and celebrated [...]
Chee Bravo
Chee Bravo Multi Media Artist/Printmaker She creates portraits of people in manipulated environments by using digital platforms and photography. These digital collages are then recreated on canvas or paper through mixed media, painting or silk-screening. Her journey began with capturing the essence of the New York subway’s unique subterranean environment through silk-screening. She creates an illusion of intimate familiarity by splicing random performers [...]
Hayden Saunier
Due out in February 2020 Works Calligraphy by Tracy Swift Hayden Saunier writer/actor Hayden Saunier is the author of five books of poetry and her work has been awarded the Pablo Neruda Prize, Rattle Poetry Prize, Gell Poetry Award, Robert Fraser Award, among others. She is a Bucks County Poet Laureate. Her work as an actor includes appearances in The Sixth Sense, House [...]
Cindy Fatsis
Cindy Fatsis Photographer I consider myself an environmental photographer. My work is primarily portraiture. I'm interested in the evocative connection between person and place. Since the Covid-19 pandemic, I've become aware of a powerful merging of human desire and the natural world. WEBSITE EMAIL ME
Rodney Miller
Rodney Miller Bio As a Fine Art Photographer/Digital Abstract Artist my interest is not what the camera sees but rather what I what to see through the lens. The camera and the computer are tools I use to create my images. I approach a landscape, a nature shot, an architectural shot thinking how to see and show this differently. My abstract images stem [...]
William Martin
William "Bill" Martin FINE ART, PLEIN AIR, ILLUSTRATION and REPORTAGE William Martin is an artist, designer, and creative technologist. He holds a BFA in illustration from Pratt Institute, and has studied with the David Passalacqua School of Drawing and Illustration and the Dalvero Academy. Professionally Mr. Martin has held lead roles in creative and technical disciplines. He has worked as a Creative Director, an Illustrator, [...]
Pat Proniewski
Pat Proniewski Creating fine art landscapes and florals in oil Perhaps I’m a landscape or floral painter.  Whatever the case, it’s the light and the drama it creates which is the real subject of my work, and has fascinated me since childhood.  Painting affords me the opportunity to study and interpret light and its ability to create shadow, model form, punctuate textures, define [...]
Vincent Hawley
Vincent Hawley Fine Artist Having grown up in an artistic family, Vincent Wil Hawley has consistently been surrounded by art. Continually encouraged to pursue his passion, Vincent received a BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in 2006. He then went on to study and apprentice in Florence, Italy. Working with master artisans throughout his career, his sculpture, wearable [...]
Judith Nentwig

Fall on Cabin Run

Cindy Fatsis

Early Fall Sunset on Patterson Farm

Barbara Lewis

The Canal at Washington Crossing

Christi Hetrick

Cabin Run Covered Bridge

Allison Lucerne
Allison Lucerne Fine Art Oil Paintings Painting has always been an opportunity for me to capture a moment, a feeling of what it's like to stand in one spot and experience the colors, the movement of the water or the contrast of light and shadow in nature or on a city street. I want to preserve, on canvas, the beauty I see in [...]
Elena Maksina
Elena Maksina Fine Art I primarily work in oil and pastels, painting both plein air and in my studio.   Growing up, I was greatly influenced by Russian academic art and Russian impressionism. I have lived in picturesque Bucks County for most of my adult life and became a big admirer of the Pennsylvania impressionist school. I am moved by the local scenery [...]
Helena van Emmerik-Finn

Fonthill at Sunrise

Aida Birritteri

Blue Delaware

Janet Rockware
Janet Rockware Epoxy Resin Artist Janet Rockware, Owner/Artist of Moonkusser Art LLC, specializes in creating fine art using Epoxy Resin. Creating with epoxy resin is a challenge of control; wrestling with a fluid medium that can feel like pandemonium.  This fluid material is my defiant child, determined to cast aside loving advice from a parent in order to find its own way.  Yet, [...]
Jean Burdick

The Thompson-Neely House

Natalie Searl
Natalie Searl TEXTURED GICLÉE DIGITAL PRINTS ON CANVAS “It’s not just about taking pictures; it’s about appreciating the world we live in. I like to share my appreciation.” Our Haycock Twp. home overlooks a picturesque pond, one of my favorite subjects.  Many of my photographs depict our Japanese garden, our woods and the wildlife of Haycock-A-Doodle Farm, where my husband and I raised chickens [...]
Carol Gilbert
Carol Gilbert Fine Artist Art has always been a part of who I am, influencing many areas of my life. A Tyler School of Art graduate, I enjoyed working as a graphic designer/illustrator in advertising for many years. Now retired, I am enjoying the creativity of drawing, painting and teaching art. As a resident of Bucks County, I am truly inspired by God's [...]
Jennifer Rubin Garey

Artist Statement My work focuses on the female figure and how we choose to allow ourselves to be judged by external standards of body and appearance. These standards are self- imposed in response to societal expectations and our own innate need to conform. We are not the only ones policing our conformity we are judged by others, as well. Not just the people […]

Susan Roberts
Susan Roberts My name is Susan Roberts. I live in beautiful Bucks County Pennsylvania, an area rich with art and history.  I paint what inspires and challenges me. I am often inspired by the many places I have visited and photographed. I am also inspired by places and things that my friends and family find dear.  I work with pastel and oil for [...]
Florence Moonan
Florence Moonan Fine Artist I am a visual artist who lives and maintains a studio in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. I am not timid when painting intuitive abstractions. I follow my heart, listen to my instincts and let the work flow, whether I am developing an interesting texture, experimenting with a new color or taking advantage of the unexpected. I allow the paintings [...]
Anita Nolan
Anita Nolan Oil Painter I have long been enamored with the beauty of Bucks County, where I’ve lived for years, and New Hope Impressionists such as Edward Redfield and Fern Coppedge. I’ve been painting less than three years, but aspire to grow as an impressionist with time. I remember the “old” Bucks County and surrounds, and hope to preserve as much of it [...]
Mandy Martin
Mandy Martin Painter I spent my early childhood in the open spaces of the Illinois prairie, and when my parents relocated to Bucks County, I was amazed by the rolling hills and dense woodlands of my new home. The wildflowers and rich landscape of the region still inspire me and inform my paintings. I am also a beach lover and often escape in [...]
Laura Brady, Acrylic Artist
Laura Brady Acrylic Artist ARTIST STATEMENT:I see the world in dynamic, vivid color, where sound is transformed into shape and emotion is released in the movement of a paint brush. Through my exploration of nature, I seek to host a new perspective. Approaching each piece with a mix of impressionism & realism, which carries a boldness yet softness, a parallel understanding that suggests [...]
Gun-Marie Nalsen
Gun-Marie Nalsen Fiber Artist My primary areas of interest are: work with colors in my studio, be with the family, chase art around town. About Me: I was born in Sweden and grew up in Venezuela. I learned to weave in Sweden in the early 80's, and went back to Venezuela and taught weaving and tapestry to children. I also taught in an [...]
Reed Mitchell
Reed Mitchell Photography Growing up in Bucks County, PA, my interest in photography began as a child in Doylestown. Capturing images of the world around me, I discovered there were ways to be creative and playful with photography, rather than to just use the medium as a method of documentation. Now a passion more than a mere interest, I am determined to create [...]
Marlene Book
Marlene Book Fine Artist The artist was born and raised in Reading, PA and now resides in Spring Township, Berks County, PA.She does not have a formal education in art. However, over the years has taken instruction from various teachers. Paul Flickinger has been her mentor and instructor for the past 10 years. Proficient in portraits, floral still life and landscapes her medium [...]
Doré Vorum
Reflections: NYC Doré Vorum Fine Art Photographer WEBSITe email me
Cynthia Scott
Cynthia Scott, BFA, M.Ed Fine Artist (Collage) I have always been a creative person, and as a child I loved to collect things. Collages are the perfect medium for me to showcase my collections. Growing up I was surrounded by artistic people and continually was engaged in art lessons. Later, I studied at Tyler School of Art earning a BFA, which led me [...]
Wendy J Stoudt
Beyond the Horizon--oil on canvas, 36 x 24 x 1.5 inches, painted edges Beyond the Horizon--oil on canvas, 36 x 24 x 1.5 inches, painted edges Beyond the Horizon--oil on canvas, 36 x 24 x 1.5 inches, painted edges Wendy J Stoudt FINE ARTIST & GALLERY OWNER It made sense to combine my love of drawing and working with children into a degree [...]
Teri Nalbone
Teri Nalbone Fiber Artist My work has a foundation in traditional quilting -  the joy of transforming old cloth into something new and beautiful. Recycled sheets become both canvas and palette when I use fiber-reactive dyes to create my backgrounds and appliqués. Simple shapes surrounded by flourishes tell my view of the world around me - animals are dignified, trees majestic and hearts [...]
Kate Welch
Kate Welch FINE ARTIST SPECIALIZING IN FLOORCLOTHS & CUSTOM CANVAS PIECES I have been drawing and painting since I was 8 years old. I can still remember my excitement when taking my first art lesson using pastels at the YWCA. In college at the Rochester Institute of Technology I majored in Fine & Applied Arts and after graduating I worked as a Graphic [...]
Modern Fossils
"Artist-Tree": 23 Piece Polyptych, Plaster and Found Objects, 73 in x 104 in "Dial 911": Original Storm Drain Casting, Plaster and Found Objects, 24 in x 24 in "Holy Mackerel": Original Storm Drain Casting, Plaster and Found Objects, 25 in x 25 in "Watson, Come Quick!": Original Storm Drain Casting, Plaster & Found Ojbects, 8.5" x 46" "Pedal to the Metal": Original Storm [...]
Armor Keller
Armor Keller Abstract Art “Keller’s paintings allude to the ongoing dynamics of life itself: struggle, tension, resolution, growth, unity and transformation.” Keller’s prize-winning abstract paintings are influenced by a background in Asian art. Her fluid, ethereal, and meditative paintings are usually based on landscapes, seascapes, and outer space. She juxtaposes opposing elements: soft and hard materials; muted, intense and metallic colors; transparent and [...]
Timothy Stanford
Videos https://youtu.be/1ynGI0RxLC0 https://youtu.be/kC4KdE4j-HY https://youtu.be/qhqxJuTrMHM Timothy Stanford Fine Artist,Perceiving Light “Art does not exist without an artist.  An intelligent mind uses specific means to bring an idea to life on canvas, paper, or a piece of wood.  In light of that fact, I believe that everything in the natural world was created by an intelligent and artistic Designer and I seek to showcase the [...]
Michael Ressler
Michael Ressler Impressionist Landscape Painter- a visual escape to enjoying nature Michael Ressler is a Montgomery County artist that paints impressionistic landscapes in oil and acrylic using both brush and painting knife working with a limited palette of 6 colors.  In his paintings Michael attempts to portray the beauty of our common, overlooked surroundings. He strives to create a visual escape, capturing a [...]
Christi Hetrick
Christi Hetrick Fine Artist Creating art brings me such joy, especially when I paint outdoors. In that moment, it’s just me; God’s beautiful creation; and my paintbrush ready to capture whatever catches my eye. One of the best aspects about being an artist is how it changes the way I view nature, people, and even ordinary objects. Things like hay bales glowing in [...]
Sandy Askey-Adams, PSA, MPS
Sandy Askey-Adams, PSA, MPS "Impressions of Nature" Sandy holds Signature Membership in the Pastel Society of America, as well as the Maryland Pastel Society.  Her work has also been published in art magazines and art books.  Art has been her passion though out her entire life.  "I love to take walks with nature.  Through my art, you are invited along on those walks to [...]
Carol Perlowski
Carol Perlowski Fine Artist I can't really remember when I didn’t want to paint. I try to look at everything not as objects, but as shapes, darks and lights, and colors. I know it really isn't magic but almost seems like it when a person can take a stark white canvas and by pushing some paint around create a painting. It's just so [...]
Lynn Miller
A Little Night Music (18 x 24) a/c At Last, Spring! (24 x 36) a/c Coral Reef (36 x 48) a/c Cyclops (12 x 12) a/c Fascinatin' Rhythm (24 x 20) a/c Firebird (18 x 24) a/c Isis at Thebes (diptych, 48 x 30) a/c Navajo (diptych, 20 x 32) a/c Provence (24 x 36) a/c Toccata and Fugue (22 x 28)a/c Lynn [...]
Curt Shreiner
Curt Shreiner DIGITAL FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHER Curt Shreiner has been capturing and creating photographic images around the world for over forty years. He specializes in black and white, hand colored, and digital photography. His works can be found in private and corporate collections. The Backstory Fresh out of college, I taught fifth grade for two years.  I decided to leave the job, cashed [...]
James A Hamilton III
James A Hamilton III FINE ARTIST I was born in 1931 and raised in Buffalo, New York. I attended the Art Institute of Buffalo for one semester in 1949 before enlisting in the Army. I served in Korea and then attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts between 1952 and 1960. Throughout the sixties and early seventies I worked in commercial art. [...]
Harry Boardman
Harry Boardman CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPES IN OIL PASTEL I live and work in a former cigar factory in Souderton PA with my wife Heather and our dog Crusher.  We took it from a rough dirty shell and turned it into a warm inviting space full of art.  Most of my work is done in oil pastels: messy, rich, and a unique blend of drawing [...]
Ilene Rubin
Ilene Rubin Bucks County Artist and Author Artist Statement I'm an artist who feels very strongly about the emotional and instinctive force which drives the creative process. I want to feel that a location or object absolutely has to be explored. That exploration with paint creates a reality of that place or still life and in doing so, makes it real. That sense [...]
New Hope Arts
New Hope Arts Arts Center, New Hope, PA New Hope Arts, Inc. is an incorporated non-profit (501(c)3) arts center established in 2002 that serves the important purpose of showcasing the work of contemporary artists in the Lambertville/New Hope area and Delaware Valley region. We seek to engage and enrich our local community through a broad array of programming that furthers the heritage of [...]
Amy Turner
Hand woven and hand painted rayon infinity scarf Rayon scarf with painted warp & tapestry inlays Rayon scarf with tappestry inlays and beaded fringes. Infinity shawl with fringed back Amy Turner FIBER ARTIST I am a life time resident of Bucks County, and was raised in an artistic family in Lahaska. I now live in Doylestown. My father had a pottery studio, and [...]
William Milnazik – AXIS visual

I love diversity and enjoy creating in various media. Design and marketing for my clients’ success and fine art for me when I have the time.

Deborah Eater
Deborah Eater Painterly Collage Initially trained as an experimental psychologist, Deborah Eater followed a winding career path before settling into her work as an artist, which she describes as "finally becoming what I never realized I always wanted to be." In the brief period since devoting herself full-time to art, Deborah's work has been accepted into numerous juried exhibits and garnered both regional [...]
Jean Burdick
Jean Burdick Painter and Printmaker Jean Burdick is a painter and printmaker and lives and maintains a studio in Bucks County, PA.  Through her observations of the natural world over the passage of time, Jean is  interested in the fragility of nature in a changing environment. She  draws on her photographs of landscapes, both rural and urban, recording light, shadow and memory.  Her process involves [...]
Helena van Emmerik-Finn
Helena van Emmerik-Finn Oil & Pastel Painter Helena lives in Bucks County and loves to roam the countryside on both sides of the Delaware River to find the subjects for her pastels and oils. Animals, flowers and farms give her a variety of choices. Working both plein-air and in the studio, she tries to capture that opportune moment when the light reveals her [...]
Pearl Mintzer
https://youtu.be/bsR57O_Kr1w Pearl Mintzer visual artist website email me
Bernard Hohlfeld

Dry Flower Vase

Jeanne Chesterton

Lemons and Checks

Pearl Mintzer

In Search of a Martini

Curt Shreiner

Souvenirs of Paris

Deb Hoeffner
Deb Hoeffner SOFT REALISM IN PORTRAITS, PAINTINGS, AND DRAWINGS Deb Hoeffner describes her unique style of soft realism as a layering of thought, paint and possibilities. Her work has been widely published over a long professional career. Working in oils, graphite, and watercolors, she specializes in expressive portraits. The eyes in her art capture the spark of life. Her sensitive drawings have been [...]
Bill Jersey
Bill Jersey LANDSCAPE PAINTER Ten years ago, following a successful career in documentary television producing, Bill’s passion became his career as he began to focus on landscape painting. The occasional became the daily and with new insights from area teachers, Dot Bunn and Ty Hodanish, and Vermont painter, Eric Tobin, Bill  modified his palette and technique. His first submission to the curated Phillips [...]
Maggie Leiby
Maggie Leiby OIL PAINTER, INSTRUCTOR The beauty of the landscape has always stirred my soul. In my paintings I try to capture the Spiritual force emanating from the land. Like the Impressionists, I am fascinated with light and atmospheric conditions which I believe help to create a sense of mood and place. I thank God for opening the wonderful world of art to [...]
Bernard Hohlfeld
Bernard Hohlfeld ROUNDWOOD STUDIO, DOYLESTOWN, PA “I am fascinated by the interaction of the natural edge of wood when it intersects with the shape I turn.” Bernard Hohlfeld opened Roundwood Studio in 2003 to pursue his interest in woodturning. His functional and artistic bowls, balls, boxes, platters, hollow forms, and urns are mesmerizing. Bernard’s work reflects his intuitive respect for the color and [...]
Robbin Farr
Works Know this Elegy for summer's passing Robbin Farr Poet, Writer & Bookbinder Former high school literature teacher, creative writing instructor, Robbin Farr is now a founder and co-editor of River Heron Review, an online poetry journal. Writer, poet, photographer of blighted buildings, and sometimes bookbinder, Robbin lives in Doylestown, PA where she is actively involved in a community of poets and is on [...]
Donna D. Lovely
Donna D. Lovely FINE ART & FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER Donna D. Lovely is a fine art and freelance photographer with an eye of a painter. Her camera captures images with a personal twist. She transforms traditional photographs through her unique point of view and turns them into thoughtful, emotional and sometimes surreal works of art. Donna fell in love with photography at her alma [...]
Jane Ramsey
Jane Ramsey FINE ART WATERCOLOR & DRAWINGS Growing up in the little village of Lumberville along the Delaware Canal, my earliest memories are of art and artists. My early “jobs” were babysitting artists’ children while they worked in their studios. Neighbors were working artists whose studios were always open for visiting, watching and learning. The Bucks County landscape has always been a constant [...]
Educational Workshop Series – Art of Marketing

Educational Workshop Series The Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County proudly brings you an informative and educational new series to empower our members and the artists of Bucks County March 19, 2020 “How can I get more exposure? What can I share about my art? Where are my collectors?” Learn how to craft your message, tell your story and sell your art! […]

SAVE THE DATE- Annual Exhibition and Members Reception 2020
FALL + ART + KIDS = A GREAT TIME!

Kids had a fantastic time at the Plein Air Festival by participating in the one hour Quick Draw sponsored by The Arts & Cultural Council. We would like to offer congratulations to all participants and a BIG thank you to Dick Blick for their generous donations of paints, pencils, and brushes! https://www.dickblick.com/

THE EXCITEMENT IS BUILDING!

On the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving, people around the world celebrate Giving Tuesday, a day to donate to the non-profit organizations that support the causes and issues that are important to you.  On December 3, we will turn to you for your support by asking you to make a donation to the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County. In turn, we promise […]

Bucks County Plien Air Festival

The Plein Air Festival at Bucks County Community College was a wonderful time for many types of artists and art lovers! [rl_gallery id=”2399″]

Art Week at Freeman Hall

  Stroll a few blocks from the hustle and bustle of the center of Doylestown to celebrate the talents of sixteen Arts & Cultural Council member artists in this unique pop up exhibition of 32 paintings, photographs, and prints. All artwork will be available for sale directly through the artists. Public Exhibition | Free and Open to the Public September 3-6 | 3-7 […]

2019 Member of the Year Award Goes to…. Visit Bucks County!!!

Each year at the annual members’ reception, the Arts & Cultural Council awards the Member of the Year Award for outstanding contribution to the Bucks County arts community. The 2019 award was presented to Visit Bucks County. Visit Bucks County is the official tourism promotion agency for Bucks County. Its mission is to increase visitation to the area by effectively marketing its heritage and […]

ART OF OSCAR – A BIG HIT !!

Oh, What a Beautiful Three Days … glorious weather graced the three days of art, culture, and community during our tribute to the Art of Oscar. Attendance was high with members and friends of both the Art Council and Highland Farm being treated to delicious food and drink while celebrating our vibrant artistic culture.Throughout the event, artwork by over fifty regional artists’, inspired […]

Call to Artists: The Art of Oscar Members Event and Open Competition

THE ART OF OSCAR Visual artists help preserve and honor the legacy of Oscar Hammerstein II Artists are invited to create works inspired by Oscar Hammerstein’s life, his works, his service, and his home of inspiration The Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County and The Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theatre Education Center (Highland Farm) announce the Art of Oscar, a unique celebration […]