Explore the expressive and detailed paintings by renowned artists, Beatrice
Bork and Michael Schweigart, in this wonderful featured exhibit celebrating
nature "Wild in Detail" at Artists' Gallery in Lambertville, NJ this April.
Beatrice and Michael have built their professional (collectively over 50 year)
careers with their thoughtful interpretations of the passions that inspire
them. While both artists are similar in their contemplative and highly
personal approach, they do, however, focus on different subjects that nature
Beatrice enjoys immersing herself in the thought and planning that is required
with watercolor, but also relishes in its poetic qualities. "My curiosity is
satiated through careful portrayal, which in turn reflects the love and
respect I have for my subjects. The malleable qualities of this medium, allow
me to focus on elements that are important to the painting." As a professional
artist, she has amassed numerous honors including recognition by the
prestigious Society of Animal Artists and Artists for Conservation with
signature status as well as the Eckelberry Award, specifically for bird art.
Her paintings have been exhibited in various international exhibits and
publications throughout the US and Canada, and are collected throughout the
world. To learn more about Beatrice, go to
Michael continues to be inspired by the natural landscape and has broadened
his scope with paintings of urban street scenes as well as the human figure.
"I'm always interested in new subject matter to expand my visual horizons. No
matter what I choose to paint it's all about creating believable paintings.
The underlying abstract shapes that are the foundation for my work are
accentual to the naturalistic qualities many have come to identify with my
work." He has been exhibiting his paintings for 3 decades in galleries and
museums throughout New Jersey, Philadelphia, and New York City. His paintings
have won numerous awards and are included in many public and private
It's fitting to have Beatrice and Michael exhibit during April, the month that
celebrates Earth Day, so Please join us for an
"Homage to Earth Day" Friday, April 22, 6-8:30pm
Artists' Gallery is pleased to present the fourth installment of our
popular group exhibit, "Lyrical". All are invited to attend our Open
House on Sunday, February 14, 2:00–7:00 pm and celebrate this day of
passions with some artistic temptations.
The appeal of this exhibit is the expression of the importance of song
and poetry in the inspiration of Fine Art, giving another layer of
insight into the thought processes of an artist.
Artists' Gallery is proud to display a diverse range of artist
expression by some of the area's finest established and emerging
artists. "Lyrical" features: Jane Adriance, Beatrice Bork, Gail
Bracegirdle, Joseph DeFay, Claudia Fouse Fountaine, Richard Harrington,
Joe Kazimierczyk, Alan Klawans, Alex McKibbin, Debbie Pisacreta, Alla
Podolsky, Carol Sanzalone, Michael Schweigart, Maxine Shore, Charles
David Viera, and exhibiting for the first time, Joe Zogorski.
And please check our home page
for any information regarding closure do to inclement weather.
“Many Flavors” -
Gail Bracegirdle is exhibiting watercolor paintings of and about food subjects in Bell’s Tavern Dining Room, 183 North Union Street, Lambertville, NJ. A member of the Artists’ Gallery on Bridge Street, her captivating paintings will be on display in Bell’s through the months of January and February so stop in and enjoy:
The Arts Council of Princeton presents "Close to Home: Painters in their Neighborhoods," an exhibition of work inspired by places and spaces close to the artists. Visitors can expect original works from Robert Beck, Ryan Lilienthal, and Artists' Gallery member Debbie Pisacreta.
Close to Home will be on view in our Taplin Gallery January 9-30, with an Opening Reception on Saturday, January 9 from 3-5pm. Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, 102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ.
The artists of Artists' Gallery, are pleased to announce their 20th annual
holiday exhibition, a group show featuring artwork by the gallery's 16 artists.
For this very special exhibit, the artwork will be predominantly smaller
pieces, perfect for the holiday gift giving season.
With gift giving in mind, we invite you to shop early for the art lover in
your life and take home a small treasure at the time of purchase. The artists
will continually replace work as it is sold thereby giving the show a fresh
look until the last day, so stop in anytime you're in town. If you don't fall
in love with something in December for that special someone, perhaps the new
year will deliver a new surprise, perhaps even for yourself?
Small works have become extremely popular among collectors and allow for a
wonderfully full and diverse array of art to be offered.
With several new artists in the fold since last year,
and new works being continuously created by long time artist members, there is
always exciting art to be seen.
The artists of Artists' Gallery include Jane Adriance, Beatrice Bork, Gail
Bracegirdle, Joseph DeFay, Claudia Fouse Fountaine, Paul Grecian, Richard
Harrington, Joe Kazimierczyk, Alan Klawans, Alex McKibbin, Debbie Pisacreta,
Alla Podolsky, Carol Sanzalone, Michael Schweigart, Maxine Shore, and Charles
featuring Charles David Viera
and Debbie Pisacreta
November 5 - December 6, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 7, 4-8 pm
An exhibition of shared inspirations by two well known local artists will be on
display at Artists Gallery in Lambertville N.J. this November. Although Debbie
Pisacreta's landscape paintings suggest a more quiet reflective quality while
Charles David Viera's expressionist animals paintings resonate action they both
admit to being inspired by such diverse masters as Matisse, Hopper and
Fairfield Porter." I think any one that is familiar with those artists
mentioned will see and appreciate our connection when they see the exhibition"
says Pisacreta." Both of us try to do as much as we can with color and use it
as a vehicle to touch the viewer" adds Viera. "Debbie's oils have a wonderful
calm, almost pastel like quality about them while my works are almost violent
with slashes of paint and line that I use to suggest movement and power".
This is the first opportunity for the long time friends to exhibit together.
Debbie Pisacreta is a resident of Lambertville and can frequently be seen
creating "plein aire" landscapes in and around that scenic town many of which
are included in the exhibit. Viera will offer vibrant paintings of horses,
birds and other wildlife images that deliver an expressionist impact.This is
his third show at Artists' Gallery and it will be Debbie Pisacreta's first.
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the gallery at Princeton Brain and Spine
731 Alexander Road Suite 200
Princeton, NJ 08540
Show: October 8, 2015 through March 2016
For information please call 609-203-4622
Beatrice Bork is part of this group exhibit and is showing 8 pieces - 4 original watercolors; Reality Check, Ah Go Ketch She Eye, Clique, and The Attendant, as well as 4 limited giclee fine art prints; I Spy, Little Prince, The Roost, and Siesta.