Out With the Old, In With the New! 20 Artists take an old, unresolved Painting and make it new! Stop into the gallery to see the Before and After Versions.
Rhoda Kahler resides in West Chester, PA and received her BFA from Wester Chester University in 1995. Her clay tile work is inspired by nature. Each piece embodies the emotion felt by a relationship to the source of inspiration.
Georganna graduated from Villanova University and PA Academy of Fine Arts. She currently teaches at the Wayne Art Center. Marks, and mark making are essential to her work.
Teresa works out of her studio storefront in vibrant Downtown Phoenixville, PA. She works in oils on top of newspaper covered board. She sketches her subject directly with paint and works in thin layers allowing areas of the newspaper to show through, creating noise and adding depth to each piece.
Adam currently teaches Art at Garden Spot High School where he is also head wrestling coach. He received his M.A.Ed from Millersville University. Wildlife, Landscapes and nature inspire his exploration of color, texture and composition.
Terry graduated from Indiana University with a BFA in Textile Design, and now lives in Berkshire County, western MA. Her paintings are filled with the printed patterns and lively colors of textiles, and celebrate home, family and community.
Jackie graduated from Kutztown University with a degree in Art Education and taught advanced art at Donegal High School in Mount Joy. The art of drawing and mark making influences all of her varied subject matter.
Scott currently teaches art in Lancaster, PA. He received a M.A.Ed at Millersville University, PA and a MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Art. Scott's work often deals with nostalgia, ideology, and interpretations of vintage images.
Mitch Lyons 1938 - 2018. Mitch lived in New London, PA for over 40 years. He had a huge impact on the art world with his unique pottery and clay monoprint technique. In his memory, a portion of all proceeds of Mitch's artwork will go toward the newly formed "Mitch Lyons Clay Scholarship Fund".
Jennifer received her MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. She is a Printmaker and Mixed Media Artist from Southeastern PA. Her work explores themes of identity, memory and the fragility of the human body.
Lee lives and works in Lancaster, PA. She received her BFA from The Rhode Island School of Design. She enjoys exploring mixed media by incorporating both image and words within her work, and likes to paint her travels and experiences.
Linda received her BFA in Studio Art from Millersville University. Oils and watercolors are her preferred medium but the possibilities and effects of mixed media entice her to explore many avenues. Nature is a common theme in her works.
Nicloe Michaud, born in New Hampshire and now lives and works in Philadelphia. Her works are greatly influenced by color, pattern, and natural forms. Nicole holds a certificate of Fine Art from PAFA.
James earned his BFA in painting at Kutztown University, PA. He now resides in Reading, Pennsylvania. His work reflects inspiration from his local environment and community; finding beauty in what is often overlooked.
Jean received her BS in Art Ed from Kutztown University and lives in Fredericksburg, PA. Her subject matter varies and her goal is to create varied works that are honest and reflect her intimate personal glimpses of what she loves about the world through direct painting application.
Susan paints and travels to embrace what is different from her own. Her art celebrates the variety of metaphoric and ethnic expression with respect to the universal symbols, which underlie and connect us all. She paints the remembered sensation.
Katheryn received her BFA from Brigham Young University, UT in 1993. Katheryn's work balance color and light to create peaceful environments; a quiet visual escape. She refers to her enclosed intimate spaces as "nature's cathedral".
Jill is from Lebanon County, PA and currently lives in Hershey. She received her BA from Albright College. Jill is a plein air painter and a colorist with a distinctive style that sets her apart.
When not teaching at the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design, Fowler works as the Collections Manager for the Society of Illustrators Museum in New York City, curating, conserving and installing great works by the world’s best artists.
Carol resides in Kennett Square, PA. She received her BFA in painting from the University of Delaware in 1985. Carol is known for her expressionistic landscapes and her works are represented in many public and private collections.
Angella creates expressive artwork and simple, clean design content as a freelancer. When she’s not creating, she’s learning about the power of the mind, energy and healing.
Michael is a self-taught artist who has enjoyed an exciting professional graphic design career, plays music, and likes to ride his bike as far as he can. Pastel painting allows him to distill his pursuits into a visual landscape.
Jeff Schaller graduated at Beaver College. His pop art paintings tie together his love of silk screen, encaustic, and acrylic. His work has been on the hit TV show 'Friends'. He has done murals for all 21 Iron Hill Breweries. His work is in collections both here and abroad.
Catherine lives in a Delaware River town. Her paintings evolved from a decade of making clay sculpture. She focuses on the potency of color; provide surprise and awkwardness in an environment of equilibrium; and engross the viewer who notices their subtle nuances.
Stuart Dunkel currently lives in Boston. He received classical training at The Boston Museum School and Academy of Realistic Art in Seattle. Stuart defines himself as a contemporary realist. His work evokes joy, optimism, humor, and playfulness.
Katherine Horst, a graduate of Pennsylvania College of Art & Design, lives in Manheim, PA. Her occupation as a collage artist finds her incorporating various materials such as layered paper and paint to convey a sense of beauty.
Allison attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She also studied sports science at the University of Delaware. Her paintings are not just about the subject matter, but are melancholic self-portraits that hopefully create an emotional or visceral experience.
Patricia, a Berks County native, resides and paints in Lancaster County. Her pastel paintings express her love of nature developed while spending her years wandering the woods, forests and farmlands of Berks & Lancaster Counties.
Originally from Chicago, Ken received a BFA from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He calls his style, "sophisticated chaos," where an accurate drawing gives way to an expressive painting with drips, marks, and splatters as part of the finished piece.
Elizabeth's paintings are an expression of life filtered through the spirit of one human being. Her feelings about the excitement of living are visually translated via interactions with friends and family, moments in nature, and ideas from books or current events.
Born in Hutchinson, KS, Jenny now lives in Lancaster, PA. She holds a BFA from the University of Kansas and is earning her MS from Eastern University. Her images created through wood burning and brought to life with paint are based on her travels and daily observations.
Dave Krantz has a B.S. in Art Education from Kutztown University. His childhood memories of life on a Lancaster County farm and how light plays against buildings and objects often enters into his work.
Bryan grew up in Lansdowne, PA. He attended the Academy of fine arts in Philadelphia. His focus is on the application of paint; each layer acting as a veil of atmosphere and matter. Out of layering, overlapping, and spontaneity Bryan's abstract landscapes come to life.
Aubrey is from Lancaster and currently attending the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. He is the recipient of the CX Carlson Summer Residency program.
Angie received a BFA in Illustration from the Academy of Art College in San Francisco in 2002. Currently, she lives in Chicago and exhibits her work nationally. Her work is a vignette of powerful quiet. She captures the beauty of the familiar and yet overlooked.
Timothy Magenta received his BFA from Millersville University. He now lives in Philadelphia were he captures the space around him and the expressive elements that occupy it.
Cathy graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She fills watercolor journals when she travels, and produces abstract colorful landscapes in her Philadelphia studio.
Robert received an MFA in printmaking from Syracuse University. He is an internationally renowned printmaker, draftsman, and painter. An avid fisherman, his graphic works often reflect his time spent outdoors along the Susquehanna River and surrounding rural landscapes.
Tim Bell graduated from Frostburg State University. He currently lives in Mayo, MD with his two children, Duncan and Isla. His aim as a painter is to formulate an idea or "feeling" about a particular thing, and then attempt to express that feeling in paint.
Rosemary received a BFA from Rowan University, and a MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. She is a New Jersey native. Rosemary's art explores the form and color of objects, and also the quieter nuances of their elemental aspects.
Lynnette is a Pennsylvania artist specializing in contemporary mixed media animal paintings and illustrations. Her mythological-themed artworks have been displayed nationally as well as regionally. She is originally from Delaware and currently lives in Ambler, PA.
Eric Diehl is a natvie of Lancaster, PA. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. and received his BFA in painting at the Pratt Institute. His oil paintings are inspired by the human body and its frailty within a vast world of violent industry and expansive nature.