Crispness is in the air. A modest destabilization. Your jacket crossed tight to guard against a chilly wind. A confusion. Ennui. Loneliness. Autumn, though full of decay, has a marked beauty, like a poem written in longing. Like the season of fall itself, the four artists of The Beauty of Stillness conjure tender reflective moments that are marked by pangs of uncertainty, yearning,
Capturing the beauty and ephemera in the natural and material world around them, these artists command our attention. Their art examines our current world, and our place in it, in unique and innovative ways. Coming out of a global pandemic and into the summer months, creative expression has never been more important, to both the artists as well as their audiences. We are
A&C Member John Benigno's photograph, "Plate Pattern I," was accepted into "Transformation," sponsored by the Pennsylvania Center for Photography and hosted by New Hope Arts, Inc. New Hope Arts is located at 2A Stockton Avenue, New Hope, PA. The gallery is open Thursday through Sunday, and the exhibit runs from August 13th through September 6th. Call 215-862-9606 or visit http://newhopearts.org/ for details.
26th Annual Garden Tour Presents Art In Bloom Saturday, June 5th 10am - 4pm (Rain date June 12) The Gardens are thriving this spring for our special Art In Bloom Garden Tour. Visit 5 glorious gardens adorned with art displayed from 30 local artists, including ACCBC artist Donna Lovely! Tickets are $35 for the full tour: http://www.newhopehs.org/2021-garden-tour.html
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 to
The first-ever Phillips Mill Photo Committee Show goes live online this April 3, 2021. The dedicated photographers who spend so much time putting together the Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition each year get to strut their stuff in their own show. Each of the 3 dozen Phillips Mill Photo Committee members will have up to 8 fine art photographs on "display". It is a