It’s Almost Spring!

And that’s also the title of this painting by Joe Kazimierczyk.

During the month of March, Artists’ Gallery is exhibiting the work of landscape painters Michael Schweigart and Joe Kazimierczyk in the gallery’s first show in its new location at 18 Bridge St., Lambertville. Both artists take their inspiration from the local landscape, each with his own way of looking at the world. Mr. Schweigart’s work is  rendered with an eye for fine detail, while Mr. Kazimierczyk takes a looser approach, painting in broad gestured strokes of thick paint. The exhibition runs March 5 – Apr 4.

Joe Kazimierczyk works in a style of traditional realism and his work has consistently won awards in many of the region’s juried art shows. In this exhibition, Mr Kazimierczyk’s new work continues his explorations of the local countryside for which he is known, but with a greater emphasis on atmospheric effects and cloudscapes than in his past work. “Painting for me is another means of exploring the world” says the artist, “I’ve always loved wandering the countryside and back roads of this area and the act of painting these scenes gives me a deeper appreciation for the beauty all around us. My hope is that this feeling comes across in my work”.

After 15 years at it’s location on Coryell Street, Artists’ Gallery has moved to  18 Bridge St. in the heart of Lambertville. The reception for this exhibit is March 13 also serves as the Grand Reopening reception for the gallery in this first show at it’s new location.

The Artists’ Gallery is a partnership of 18 established and regionally represented artists with national and international accomplishments, attracting discerning collectors and art lovers from all over New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and Delaware. The gallery is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. and by appointment. 609-397-4588; www.lambertvillearts.com.

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One Response to It’s Almost Spring!

  1. Sal Villano says:

    Very well done…woul you be interested in exchanging links? Sal Villano

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