Looking forward to putting our Summer Show together. As the work arrives for media coverage, photo
shoots, and interviews, I know and feel confident that we have an amazing stable of artists in the gallery. Most of the painters in "Along the Delaware River and Crosswicks Creek," enjoy a regional and East Coast reputation, but we have among us artists with national and real international acclaim.
Award-winning painters in both en plein air and studio work....Eleinne Basa, Richard McKinley, Michael Budden, Marge Levine and Anna Wainright. In egg tempera, Jeff Gola, and the powerful works by two Internationally presented artists, Ken McIndoe and Hanneke deNeve. The magical animals by Wyoming based artist, Sarah J. Webber, and the two Guest Artists! Well, let me pat myself on the back (just a wee bit), because I believe we hit this out of the ballpark!
Oils by A.R. "Sandy" Tucker, both en plein air and studio bring an innocence and charm to the gallery.
I've been watching Sandy's work progress over the past several years, and am excited for her to join our
group in this wonderful show.
John Fields has been carving birds for only 8 years, and has walked out from many a show, including
the National competition in Ocean City, MD, with many a ribbon. What an interesting and beautiful
craft, of which this artisan speaks of with true passion and knowledge.
glass from Vermont-based artisan, Karen Deets.