Bucks County art

There is not a creature alive that doesn’t show us something about its Creator. The Psalmist said, “The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament shows his handiwork.” From the smallest insect to vast galaxies with millions of stars. Read more

Sitting next to a nine-foot green and gold sofa in his office, Keith Baker says nonchalantly, you can hide a body in there. The couch, which is not the most comfortable, was used for a murder mystery. In fact, every piece of furniture in his offic... Read more

I never thought too much about motorcycles until 1969. It was the year I graduated from high school and the year I saw the movie Easy Rider. Watching Peter Fonda riding down the highway and listening to Born to be Wild gave me the chills. The... Read more

Jennifer Hansen Rolli: This Place begins with the artist’s opening receptions on Saturday, June 1 from 5 to 8 pm and again on Sunday, June 2 from 1 to 4 pm at the Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art. The exhibition continues through.. Read more

Arts & Antiques

You know she’s not real, that she only exists on paper. Yet you can almost hear the rustling of her long, blue skirt and see the dust fly as she kicks up her heels and runs down the Old Western street. She’s just one of countless illustrations... Read more

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What the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce began well over 40 years ago as a two-day celebration called Celebrate the Arts that grew into a week long program, now is a ten month program designed to make the arts, culture and festivals of Bucks... Read more

I like to wow my Philadelphia born and bred wife with views of the Bucks County countryside. She actually screams with delight when she spots a deer. So on our way to Galvanized America Inn & Art Gallery, we ride the back roads of Central Bucks... Read more


Lambertville artist and author, Sandy Hanna, will launch the release of her new book “The Ignorance of Bliss: An American Kid in Saigon” with the opening of an art exhibition, film presentation by adults who were once Saigon ‘kids’ and a book... Read more

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The whimsical skeletons dance on the paper in bright crayon colors, all smiling yet distinctive in their expressions. Their creator was only six at the time, but today Bob Richey values his first attempt at art as much as any of his current works... Read more

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Black is mysterious, haunting, and beautiful. This is certainly true when you’ve mastered chiaroscuro, the artful contrast between shadow and light—a hallmark of the style of Frank Arcuri. More than a modern master of classically inspired still-... Read more

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Laura Ulrich remembers when Jane Ramsey knocked on her farmhouse door on a summer day in 2016. Jane introduced herself and said, “I want to paint your barn.” Laura literally thought Jane wanted to paint the old barn. Puzzled as to why she would ... Read more

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Almost everyone I've met in my 30 years of residing in Bucks County beams like a child when prompted to talk about the beauty and history of our region. Our inspiring countryside has set a bucolic stage for countless writers, gardeners, musicians... Read more

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Jess Graves

What we call Washington Crossing was at one time Taylorsville, a village founded by the Taylor family in the early 19th century. Most of the buildings that make up Taylorsville are now part of Washington Crossing Park... Read 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... Read 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... Read more

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“My glass is broken, just as I am,” New Hope resident Lauren Raja wrote in her blog, graphically and symbolically describing the intense grief she was experiencing after the unexpected death of her husband Justin Raja. At the time Lauren.... Read more

This October, McCoole’s will transform its Arts & Events Place at 10 S. Main Street, Quakertown into a Haunted House, with ghosts and goblins galore. The Haunted House will feature several room experiences each designed around a ghostly theme with... Read more

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Amy Rieser, owner of As You It Gallery & Frame Studio is celebrating her business’s 30th Anniversary on October 19. There will be food and wine. Amy Rieser takes framing seriously. “It’s all I ever really wanted to do’” she says... Read more

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Joshua David Dukeman, woodworker and owner of Exile Woodworking, chose Joshua David as his artistic name. Joshua studied engineering at Drexel for two years and changed his studies to art and design. Joshua also studied woodworking at Bucks County... Read more

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Walking into the of Glenn Harrington’s studio in Pipersville for the first time is an experience I will never forget. Glenn, soft spoken and humble, meets me with a welcoming smile. All around me are beautiful paintings of people and a few... Read more

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