Arts & Antiques


Robert Beck Exhibition

The Michener Art Museum presents IT’S PERSONAL: THE ART OF ROBERT BECK, opening July 30. The exhibition focuses on Robert Beck's place in the storied world of the New Hope-Lambertville arts community. Beck has played an important role in advancing...

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Al Lachman is celebrating his 67th year as a professional artist with his annual show at the Lachman Gallery. Al Lachman continues to blaze his own trail onto the national and Bucks County art scene. Read more

Lively strains of Bach fill the air as Aurelia Nieves-Callwood opens the door to her apartment. Wearing a turquoise wrap cardigan and artisan earrings, she shatters all stereotypes you might have about octogenarians. “I think I got these at the... Read more

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Evan Harrington has been described as having the sensibility of a painter from both the old and contemporary worlds. Some of the influences that feed his work stem from other interests seemingly unattached to art: aviation and carpentry... Read more

Creative expression comes naturally for Sandy Askey-Adams, who has been drawing and painting since she was four. Inspiration has taken hold in some unlikely places, such as her 10th grade math class. That was where she was so distracted by her... Read more

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Holly is a contemporary mixed media artist known for her figurative and expressive paintings. Influenced by the elongated figures of Modigliani, and the gilding of Klimt, her work has evolved to incorporate sculptural elements as paints are built... Read more

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Natalie Napoleon

Natalie Napoleon says, “I’ve had a passion for photography for as long as I can remember. My dad had a subscription to National Geographic Magazine and I loved laying his collection out on the living room floor and looking through each issue page... Read more

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Rich Timmons has created a new approach to buying art. Instead of the usual coming to shows and browsing a gallery, Rich uses what he likes to call the "matchmaker" approach. Read more


Ruth C Taylor

Although Ruth Taylor grew up in Delaware County, PA, she often visited Bucks County as a child and loved the beauty of its natural surroundings. In fact, her fond memories and passion for the natural beauty were the main reason that she and her... Read more

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Sandy Askey-Adams, a Signature Member of the prestigious Pastel Society of America and the Pastel Society of Maryland, relishes the moments she spends taking walks through nature. Read more

For 30 Years Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery has been providing top-quality, innovative framing in addition to representing some of the most talented artists of the area. Read more

Celebrating his 65th year as a professional artist, Al Lachman continues to blaze his own trail onto the national and Bucks County art scene. Originally from New York City, Lachman has lived and worked in the New Hope area for the last 20 years... Read more


Jean Childs Buzgo’s new Solo Exhibition, Explorations, is her largest and most diverse show to date. Her newest body of work will have over 40 new pieces created over the last 18 months. Her distinctive, energetic brushstrokes are juxtaposed with... Read more


The Bucks County Antiques Dealers Association proudly presents the 73rd annual Antiques Show on November 9 and 10. The event is located at the Event Center by Cornerstone at the Eagle Fire Company on Rt. 202 & Sugan Road in New Hope, PA. The... Read more


Artefact Architectural Antiques offers an impressive inventory of architectural pieces as well as the design service needed to integrate them into both home and garden Read more

Luck is not just for the Irish anymore - On March 17, 2019 at 11 am, on St. Patrick’s Day, Gratz Gallery and Conservation Studio is yet again partnering with for our upcoming Modern Art and Fine American Paintings Sale. Read more

Artisan and craftsman, Robert Whitley recently turned 94, and still enjoys refinishing, repairing and making furniture. My wife Vicky, my teenage son Bobby and I decide to visit him at his. Arriving at his Solebury studio, he greets us with a ... Read more


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... Read more

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


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... Read more


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... Read more

Handmade Collage Cards

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Angel’s is now selling handmade collage greeting cards created by Susan Sandor with 100% of the sale price going directly to the Food Pantry at Fisherman’s Mark. No two cards are alike and every piece on the card is recycled material. It can include ribbons, photos, pressed flowers, wine bottle foils, magazine clippings, feathers, rhinestones, fabric—a myriad of found materials. “They are really unparalleled, textural little pieces of art” said Angel LaBuda, owner of the shop. The idea popped into Susan’s head while purging her business studio and discovering 5 x 7 card blanks that were left over from a time, quite some years ago, when she sold collage cards to art galleries and art museum gift shops, including the Michener Museum. Instead of sending them to the recycling bin, she decided that using the blanks to create a new series of cards would be an opportunity to help those in need of food during the pandemic. “I wanted to contribute to those who cannot afford to feed their families. And since I am in isolation and cannot physically volunteer, this seemed to be the perfect alternative. Partnering with Angel, who shares the same ideals, is making this a reality,” said Susan. Angel’s and Susan’s goal is to sell at least 100 cards at $10 each by May 5 so that Fisherman’s Mark receives $1,000.00. Each card you purchase is your own contribution to help feed those in need. Please make your check payable to Fisherman’s Mark Food Pantry when you visit the store. Angel’s Cards and Gifts is located at 310 W. Bridge Street in New Hope.

Bucks County Art Hotel

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The Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio and the Centre Bridge Inn are going into their second season of exhibitions and art sales at the Bucks County Art Hotel. Visitors are invited to view the classic collection of Pennsylvania Impressionist painter Albert Van Neese Greene. All works will be on display and open to the public during hotel operating hours at the Centre Bridge Inn, 2998 River Road, New Hope, PA. The Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio is a fine art gallery and art conservation studio located in the seat of historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania, that specializes in American artists. Their exhibitions and collections focus on the Pennsylvania Impressionists, the Philadelphia Ten and painters from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. The conservation studio staff holds close to 40 years of experience in art restoration. Their clients include museums, universities, churches, historical societies, and private collectors. Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio is located at 5230 Silo Hill Road, Doylestown, PA. For more information, call 215-348-2500 or visit

New Merchandise On Daily Basis

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Want a dry sink, an old-fashioned jewelry box? Makefield Collection of Antiques and Art is a group of shops, which sell everything, including collectibles, antiques, depression glass, old toys, antique furniture and handcrafted reproduction furniture. Makefield Collection of Antiques & Art has over 7,000 square feet and 50 plus vendors where you will find a charming atmosphere and see many fine antiques and vintage items. With new merchandise arriving on a daily basis you'll be sure to find something of interest. The Makefield Collection of Antiques and Art is located at 761 Durham Rd, Pineville, PA 18946; 215-598-8830.