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Bucks County’s First Art Hotel

It is with great excitement and anticipation that beginning on October 5, 2018, we are presenting Bucks County’s first Art Hotel venture to our communities of art enthusiasts far and near. With Bucks County’s already rich artistic history, its...

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Located in historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the Best of France Antiques offers a large collection of 19th century French Antiques from light fixtures to furniture and plaques. Along with our French pieces, we also have antiques from other... more

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Dog House Antiques will surprise and fascinate you. Outside the well-staged building is an area filled with a wide variety antiques, furniture, architectural pieces, garden appointments, art, taxidermy and more. Owners Mark Higgins and Linda Kane... more

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An intriguing store nestled in the Quakertown Antique District offering tin signs, furniture, Lionel Trains, mirrors, pocket watches, jewelry , vintage military ,vintage clothing, western boots, and free upholstery estimates. Located at 132 East... more

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Al Lachman’s national legacy is on full view at the Lachman Gallery’s Aannual Fall Exhibition. The visceral magic of Al Lachman’s paintings has been enchanting collectors around the nation for 64 years. His unprecedented mastery of color is poured... more

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A new antique shop in Quakertown that is for Old Souls. That’s the name of the amazing shop. Old Soul Antiques had its grand opening celebration in June. Owner Jason Moffet says he’s been collecting since he was very young and has always had a... more

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My name is Dounia Tamri-Loeper. After moving to the U.S. in 2003 and continuing my education in Art. I earned a B.S. in Design from Drexel University. Just 3 months after graduating, I become a designer at Michael Graves Architecture and Design... more

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Morrisville Sculptor James L. Gafgen wants you to see the person he memorializes in bronze. more

Growing up on her family’s farm sparked a love of landscape in Susan Blubaugh that continues to ignite her passion for painting. As a child she wandered the surrounding countryside, often moved by the vistas she saw. She thought to herself, “If I... more

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Calling himself an itinerant artist, William A. Sloan roams freely from one form of expression to another. As a painter, photographer, muralist, graphic artist and writer, he is comfortable in any media for any purpose. On his website he wrote... more

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Painting outdoors year-round in the Pennsylvania Impressionist tradition, Brad Boyer paints compelling rural scenes from Bucks County and the Lehigh Valley more

The French novelist Emile Zola once said, “The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing without work.” Without realizing it, Dean Thomas has lived by these words ever since he knew he wanted to be an artist. His strong resolve... more

Achieving success in the art world is often like a roller coaster ride with its ups and downs. For painter Jim Lukens, balancing those highs and lows is something he’s mastered as skillfully as his paintings. “It’s more of an attainable... more

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Ever since he sold his first painting at age 17, Al Lachman has lived and breathed his art. During his 62-year career as a fine artist, he has drawn and painted thousands of original works. He’s a master at his craft, yet technical expertise... more

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ost of us see fog for what it is—a gray haze that makes it hard to see anything else. What Desmond McRory sees is a magical mix of blues, greens, purples and a whole range of grays. Primarily a landscape painter, he pares down his subject matter... more

Holiday Small Works Show

Canal Frame

Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery is showcasing over 35 artists in their Annual Holiday Small Works Show starting with a reception on Sunday November 4 from 1PM-4PM. “Heading Home”, an acrylic painting by James Redding, is just one of the many fine pieces in the show which includes a variety of styles and mediums but are all smaller in scale. Works will change throughout the show which continues through the end of the year. Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery is located at 1093 General Greene Rd. in Washington Crossing, PA 18977. For more information, call 215-493-3660 or visit www.CanalFrame.com.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

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The Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show highlights the very best in contemporary craft and design. This year, 195 craft artists from 30 states will participate in the Show held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Show dates are November 2-4, 2018 with a Preview Party on November 1. In addition, twenty-six artists from Germany will participate in the Guest Artist Program and our University Program will showcase work by students and recent alumni from four universities. Meet the artists and hear firsthand how they create works in fiber, glass, metal, wood and clay. Work is available for sale. Produced by The Women’s Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this annual juried Craft Show is a fundraiser for the Museum. Over the last 41 years more than $12.5 million in proceeds went to the Museum. “I am excited for our 42nd Craft Show and this year’s selected artists,” said Michele Brotman, 2018 Craft Show Chair. “I look forward to welcoming all the artists to Philadelphia, especially the 37 artists who are exhibiting for the first time.” The Show dates and hours are Friday, November 2 (11am-9pm), Saturday, November 3 (10 a.m.–6 p.m.), Saturday, November 3 (10 a.m.–6 p.m.), Sunday, November 4 (10 a.m.-5 p.m.). Friday through Sunday, admission is $20 for a one-day pass or $25 for a two-day pass. For more information and to purchase tickets, call 215-684-7930 or visit www.pmacraftshow.org/about-the-show.

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