Category Archives: Watercolor

Miracle on the Hudson

As summer approaches, and thoughts turn to being “down the shore,” East Windsor artist Daniel Thomas brings a beautiful array  of shore-inspired paintings to the Gallery at Plainsboro Public Library.  A visit to the show of watercolors between June 1-30 … Continue reading

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Water Works

As with many cities, Philadelphia is a study in contrasts. Alongside the historic architecture are post-modern skyscrapers and skeletons of new buildings going up. Even the venerable Philadelphia Museum of Art was recently covered with scaffolding as its “envelope” of … Continue reading

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Addicted to Color

Look into Carol Schepps eyes, and you see her quilts. Or maybe this is what she sees when she looks out of her eyes, and it is this vision enables her to create her dazzling concentric circles of fabric. She … Continue reading

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Snow and Ice

Since winter has never been my favorite time of the year, I’ve always loved the fact that Lambertville and New Hope offer an annual Winter Festival. What better way to break out of the winter doldrums that to celebrate with … Continue reading

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Animal Attraction

I’ve never been a big domestic animal person. I’ve always believed animals should be free to live in their natural environments. Mean mommy that I was, I never allowed my children to keep pets. But Justin, my 25-year-old son who … Continue reading

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The King’s Birthday

“The birth of every person is important,” says Gennady Spirin, who was born on Christmas. “But it’s very nice to have it on a big holiday. A lot of people celebrating and glorifying my birthday makes me happy.” There are … Continue reading

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Acid Rain

“Integrity of the work is important to me,” writes Joanne Amantea. “Each layer has a color, texture and personality of its own, influencing my choice of the next layer, and ultimately changing the way the viewer will perceive the completed work.” … Continue reading

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