Category Archives: Bucks County Impressionism

Inner Vision

I know this table! I’m pretty sure I saw this in his studio when I visited John Sears several years ago. The late Mr. Sears’ illustration will be on view at the James A. Michener Art Museum‘s Bucks County and … Continue reading

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The Recession is Over!

While there may be a “lag” in some respects, one look at this painting, “Headin’ to the Barn” by Dick Van Duzer, makes me think happy times are here again. The weather tells me there is renewal and rebirth, and … Continue reading

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Home for the Holidays

Pretty soon, when all the leaves have fallen and been raked, we’ll be hunkered down for the winter. Maybe we’ll have snow, maybe we won’t — but wouldn’t it be nice to be in a house like this one, surrounded … Continue reading

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Positively Phillips’ Mill

“Mr. Dylan,”  a mixed media work by John Nebesney of Princeton, has won the Hughes Award to an Artist Exhibiting at Phillips’ Mill For the First Time. The prestigious 80th Annual Phillips’ Mill Juried Art Exhibition  is the first and … Continue reading

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Scooping the Michener

Well, OK, it’s newspapers you scoop, not museums, but the Coryell Gallery in Lambertville is going to be showing the work of 1930s-era painter Charles Ward before the Michener opens its show Oct. 31 (it runs through Feb. 14, 2010). … Continue reading

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Some of my Favorite People

I was so excited to get the press release announcing the jurors for this year’s Phillips’ Mill Art Exhibit, because some of them are my favorite people: Mel Leipzig, Kate Somers and Jonathan Shahn (the others might be favorite people … Continue reading

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Starry Nights

I am a sucker for these Bucks County winter night scenes, especially George Sotter’s “Bucks County Night Scene” pictured at left. It can be seen at the Gratz Gallery‘s Holiday Celebration Exhibition through Jan. 31. George William Sotter (1879-1953) painted … Continue reading

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More Winter Wonder

This amazingly snowy scene by James Redding will be auctioned off for the  Bucks County Chapter of Fox Chase Cancer Center’s 12th Annual Holiday Art Exhibition and Sale Nov. 23 at the New Hope Eagle Fire Hall in New Hope, … Continue reading

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Art Show Today

One of the highlights of the bike ride along the D&R Canal towpath from Lambertville to Frenchtown is stopping in at Ty Hodanish’s studio at Prallsville Mill. There’s a sign on the towpath, “Art Show Today,” but in fact Mr. … Continue reading

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