"A Clear Light" Featuring Gail Bracegirdle and Claudia Fouse Fountaine January 7 - 31, 2021 Artists' Gallery will be showing work by Gail Bracegirdle and Claudia Fouse Fountaine from January 7 to 31 in the exhibition "A Clear Light." Gail Bracegirdle ...
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"Artists' Gallery" - 5 new articles

  1. A Clear Light - the art of Gail Bracegirdle and Claudia Fouse Fountaine
  2. Observations - the art of Joseph DeFay and Alan J. Klawans
  3. Beatrice Bork: 2020 Artists for Conservation Exhibit
  4. Reflection - the art of Jane Adriance and Debbie Pisacreta
  5. In Our Nature - a video tour
  6. More Recent Articles

A Clear Light - the art of Gail Bracegirdle and Claudia Fouse Fountaine

"A Clear Light"
Featuring
Gail Bracegirdle
and
Claudia Fouse Fountaine


January 7 - 31, 2021

Artists' Gallery will be showing work by Gail Bracegirdle and Claudia Fouse Fountaine from January 7 to 31 in the exhibition "A Clear Light."

Gail Bracegirdle enjoys working in watercolors because of the environmentally sensitive nature of the medium. She likes to experiment with various textures and types of watercolor papers and pigments to create specific effects. The subjects vary, depending on each day’s distractions.

Claudia Fouse Fountaine is an award-winning Bucks County artist known for her colorful depictions of animals, interiors, and local landscapes. This show features all new work from her, done during the pandemic. Smaller in scale than usual, these paintings reflect a somewhat distilled vision, or a "clearer light."

  Visit the event website for more information and additional images.
 
  Don't forget - along with our featured exhibit, all 15 of our professional artists continuously have their work on exhibit. We look forward to your next visit to Artists' Gallery, where there's always something new to see.


Please note that there is no opening reception for this exhibit due to social distancing recommendations. The gallery will be open our regular hours and we hope that you can visit us.


Artists' Gallery, 18 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ - map & directionshttps://www.lambertvillearts.com/events/2021/01
Gallery hours: Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
www.lambertvillearts.com
      

Observations - the art of Joseph DeFay and Alan J. Klawans

"Observations"

Featuring
Joseph DeFay
and
Alan J. Klawans


December 10, 2020 - January 3, 2021


Joseph DeFay's photographs pull out the simpler aspects of everyday life so they can be seen with a renewed beauty and an exciting new perspective. Shooting subjects up close gives the opportunity to see detail that one would not ordinarily notice. Joe's larger than life images compel the viewer to linger, and to share the same vision that he has from behind the lens. 

Many years ago, an art teacher told Alan Klawans to always look up, beyond the second story of buildings, because that's where all the interesting architectural detail was. Alan has always followed that advice, but in recent years he's become very interested in the surfaces and symbols of the street itself. The traffic control lines, directional arrows, crosswalk patterns, utility covers, and the material that the street is made of has become a source of inspiration for his artwork. Alan uses his camera and computer to interpret these surfaces and symbols, and present the viewer with interesting, contemporary images to contemplate.



  Visit the event website for more information and additional images.
 
  Don't forget - along with our featured exhibit, all 15 of our professional artists continuously have their work on exhibit. We look forward to your next visit to Artists' Gallery, where there's always something new to see.


Please note that there is no opening reception for this exhibit due to social distancing recommendations. The gallery will be open our regular hours and we hope that you can visit us.

Artists' Gallery, 18 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ - map & directions
Gallery hours: Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
www.lambertvillearts.com
      

Beatrice Bork: 2020 Artists for Conservation Exhibit

Beatrice Bork
"Tide Watch"
12.75" x 16.75" watercolor


Beatrice Bork's painting "Tide Watch" has been juried into the international group exhibition: "2020 Artists for Conservation Exhibit"

View the exhibit online  HERE.

Artists' Gallery, 18 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ - map & directions
Gallery hours: Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
www.lambertvillearts.com
      

Reflection - the art of Jane Adriance and Debbie Pisacreta

 "Reflection"
Featuring
Jane Adriance
and
Debbie Pisacreta


November 5 - December 6, 2020

The Pandemic, and the resulting quarantine, forced each of us to be isolated more. For Jane Adriance and Debbie Pisacreta, this was a time of quiet reflection which affected the kind of paintings they produced, and the emotions they felt when painting.

"The title of this exhibit seems very fitting for me," said Jane. "Since last March with the pandemic 'shut down' and my isolation I needed to stop and reflect about the life I had taken for granted. While life seemed so sad and frightening to so many others as well as myself ... I discovered a silver lining. In my appreciation for being alive, I followed a dream (with no excuses now) to return to the sensual use of painting with oils. I had been painting with watercolors for many decades. I was ready for this challenge and new perspective.

I am hoping you will enjoy my first exhibit of these oil paintings as much as I am grateful to have opened this door for me again."

 Jane Adriance
"Shall We Dance"
oil painting
14x18

 Jane Adriance
"Leaning In"
oil painting
24x30" 


Debbie has always found her inspiration and joy from plein air painting, but that joy was heightened during this last six months. "I was fortunate that I could continue to paint Plein air while still maintaining social distancing. Painting was a respite from all of the sadness and anxiety surrounding the Pandemic and its effects. It gave me a chance to feel peace and to be grateful for the beauty of my surroundings.

I am hopeful that that feeling of serenity is translated to the viewer."

Debbie Pisacreta
"July Sun"
oil painting
8x10"

Debbie Pisacreta
"Autumn Vista"
oil painting
11x14"

 Click hereto view an online gallery of the paintings in this exhibit.



  Visit the event website for more information.
 
  Don't forget - along with our featured exhibit, all 16 of our professional artists continuously have their work on exhibit. We look forward to your next visit to Artists' Gallery, where there's always something new to see.


Please note that there is no opening reception for this exhibit due to social distancing recommendations. The gallery will be open our regular hours and we hope that you can visit us.


Artists' Gallery, 18 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ - map & directions
Gallery hours: Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
www.lambertvillearts.com
      

In Our Nature - a video tour

Here's a look at some of the artwork from "In Our Nature", an exhibit featuring the nature-inspired art of Beatrice Bork and Joe Kazimierczyk. The show runs Oct 8 - Nov1, 2020.  There's a lot of small work in this show, so it's best viewed full-screen.

We hope you can stop by to see the show in person, there is much more to see at Artists' Gallery!

Artists' Gallery, 18 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ - map & directions
Gallery hours: Thurs, Fri, Sat and Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
www.lambertvillearts.com
      

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