Spring 2024 Mixed Art Show

04/13/24 - 04/14/24

Repeats: None

2904 Church Road
Bangor, Pennsylvania 18013
(610) 360-3737
Region: Lehigh Valley
Hours of operation: 1 to 4 PM
Admission fee: Donation

Join us at the Bell Tower for local Artists that bring life to the canvas. April 13, 2024 1 to 4 PM April 14, 2024 2 to 6 PM Artists include: Tricia Lowrey Lippert Living in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania now, Tricia is just a short distance from the Delaware Water Gap, an amazing geological phenomenon. Tricia paints both in my studio and en plein air. She has participated in many regional shows in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, winning several awards and honorable mentions. A member of the Antoine Dutot Museum in Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania, she helps run an annual Plein Air Paint Out fundraiser. The Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, Connecticut has her painted palette in its permanent collection. Her paintings are included in private collections in the USA and England. Kat Collins Kat Collins is an acclaimed abstract artist based in Easton, Pennsylvania, known for her vibrant and emotionally charged mixed media paintings. Graduating with a BFA from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in 2000, she has since cultivated a distinctive style characterized by spontaneous mark-making, layered textures, and a rich palette of colors. ​Specializing in mixed media, Kat utilizes a diverse array of materials including ink, collage, graphite, oil pastel, acrylic paint, and charcoal on various surfaces such as canvas, paper, and wood panels. This eclectic approach allows her to explore the depths of human emotion and experience, drawing inspiration primarily from life, music, and poetry. ​Her work has garnered recognition through exhibitions at esteemed venues such as the Ronald K. De Long Gallery and David E. Rodale and Rodale Family Galleries in Pennsylvania, as well as Eclipse, Gallery 840, The Boyer Gallery, Midnight Gallery, and Connexions Gallery. She has also exhibited at galleries in New Jersey and North Carolina. CLAIRE MARCUS CLAIRE MARCUS has a special interest in landscape’s power to evoke narrative. Her mixed media work and artist’s books include photography, printmaking, papermaking, and textile techniques. She has exhibited with Arts Community of Easton; Centre for Print Research; Cincinnati Book Arts Society; Frontline Arts; Kalamazoo Book Arts Center; Philadelphia Art in City Hall; Philadelphia Center for the Book; Philadelphia Print Consortium; Pocono Arts; San Francisco Center for the Book; and World Book Night. Claire holds a BA in architecture and an MFA in painting from the University of Pennsylvania, where she studied with painter Rackstraw Downes, sculptor Robert Engman, and photographer Rudy Burckhardt. She has conducted residencies for the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts since 1998 and was a Resident Artist at the Banana Factory from its opening until 2003. She serves on the boards of Cincinnati Book Arts Society and Printmakers Society of the Lehigh Valley.

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