In the spirit of Spring, my collection for this year's Yellow Springs Show reflects the season, with lots of florals (12 to be exact) in various sizes available in original oils and portfolio prints as well. Pack a picnic and come visit one of Chester County's most intriguing historic places. The village is celebrating 300 years of American history and has served as a spa, a Revolutionary War hospital, the Chester Springs Soldiers Orphan School, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, and now HYS. Art can also be purchased directly on-line at https://yellowsprings.org when the show opens.


Hrs: Daily from 10-4

Sat, April 23rd - May 15th

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Thank you to Amanda Burdan of the Brandywine River Museum for choosing two of my pieces for this show. I will be at the gallery on Friday, May 7th from 12-2, as well as at the reception. Hope to see you there!


Reception: Friday, April 22nd 6-8 PM

Hrs: Fri/Sat/Sun 12-5

April 23rd-May15th


Artists of Yardley at the Historic Patterson Farm

949 Mirror Lake Rd, Yardley, PA


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You are invited!


“30 Days of Inspiration” Literary Arts Salon

April 7, 7-8:30 pm


Join us for a relaxed discussion and question and answer session among poets, artists, and audience in the public rooms at Freeman Hall, 181 East Court Street, Doylestown, Pa.


Participating in this upcoming salon are fine artists Jean Burdick, Cindy Roesinger, and Stefanie Silverman, and poets Elizabeth Esris, Alice Sims Gunzenhauser, and Steve Nolan.


Artists and poets will read and discuss their work featured in “30 Days of Inspiration,” the Art & Cultural Council of Bucks County’s social media campaign featuring a poem matched with an artwork for every day in April in honor of National Poetry Month.


"The Hayfield" / 8x8 Oil / Available through Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery


Seating is limited. Email info@bucksarts.org to register in advance.


There is no fee for this program, but donations are welcomed. You do not have to be a member of the A&C to attend.

Follow “30 Days” @bucksarts.

Please note: We take health and safety seriously and follow the building's rules. Currently Freeman Hall follows CDC and local and state COVID-safety recommendations. Wearing a face mask is optional and we expect all to be vaccinated. We respond quickly to this ever-changing situation and will tighten or loosen restrictions if or when necessary.


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