Arts & Antiques




    Elle Shusan Speaks at Locati LLC

    The well-known authority of antique portrait miniatures Elle Shushan will give a short lecture on the subject on October 7th at 7pm at Locati LLC in Pineville PA (central Bucks County). The idea of Elle coming to the Bucks County auction house was... Read more

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    Muted & Screaming

    If you look at paintings by Patrick Walsh, you’ll think two different artists are at work. One who does traditional Bucks County landscapes in muted earth tones, and the other whose abstract work screams with color. He’s at home with both styles... Read more

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    Intuitive Risks Taker

    Tracy Everly thinks of painting as a language when words fail her. Her art explores the passage of time and the fleeting nature of being human, seeking to capture an experience as it slips away. Her paintings emerge out of many moments layered... Read more

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    Tales From A Rose Garden

    I am delighted and proud to present my most recent paintings musing on the relationship between animals and humans. I often find myself thinking about their perspective of us. Who do they think we are? Do they judge us as wise, foolish ... Read more

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    Bob Richey At Stover Mill

    Bob Richey of Warminster, PA will be the featured artist at the Stover Mill Gallery, Erwinna, PA which opens its 2023 exhibition season in April, 2023. Bob Richey’s solo exhibition titled, Capturing Color, Light and Texture with Pastels begins... Read more

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    Al Lachman Celebrates 68 Years of Painting

    Al Lachman is celebrating his 68th 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

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Handmade Collage Cards

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.