Artists' Gallery Blog

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Treichler Photographs in 16th Annual Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition

"Barn Door"
photograph by John Treichler


John Treichler's Photographs in 16th Annual Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition, June 1st - June 22nd, New Hope, PA.

The jurors have selected 2 of Treichler's works for this years very competitive exhibition. The Annual Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition is often referred to as "the Best Show on the East Coast." Each year the juried Exhibition features unique works from a wide range of talented sources of all ages, including local artists as well as those from other countries. Phillips' Mill is located at 2619 River Road in New Hope, just 2 miles north of the center of town along Route 32. Hours are Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday 1:00 - 5:00pm; Friday and Saturday 1:00 - 9:00pm.

For more information call 215-862-9568 or visit www.phillipsmill.org.


"Bonnie #5"
photograph by John Treichler

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Photos from May's Opening

A couple of photos from our May show
Recent Works by Sheila Letven and Merle Citron:


left to right: Alla Podolsky, Sheila Letven, Merle Citron


Sheila and Ed Letven on the right, along with some friends

Monday, May 12, 2008

Art of the Animal XIII

"Siesta"
Red-river Hog
Gouache painting by Beatrice Bork
7.5 " H x 8.75" W


Beatrice Bork has been juried into "Art of the Animal XIII" at the Bennington Center for the Arts in Vermont.

Show dates: June 14–July 27, 2008.

More info at: www.benningtoncenterforthearts.org/art/index.html

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

The Artists' Gallery Rallies for the HLTA

Left to Right, Artists' Gallery member Stacie Speer-Scott, Tracey Costanzo - Development and Communications Manager for the Hunterdon Land Trust Alliance, Artists' Gallery President J. Stacy Rogers, Artists' Gallery members Jennifer Cadoff and Joe Kazimierczyk.


On April 18, 19 and 20th The Artists’ Gallery hosted "Green", an art exhibition and sale to benefit the Hunterdon Land Trust Alliance (HTLA) and their mission to preserve local farms, forests, and natural areas.

Stacy Speer-Scott, Jennifer Cadoff and Joe Kazimierczyk all sold paintings during the one-weekend "Green" benefit where 40% of the sales total were donated to the HLTA.

"We were delighted to have the Artists' Gallery members contribute their gallery space and wonderful artwork to supporting our preservation efforts", says Tracey Constanzo, Development and Communications Manager of the HTLA.

"Green" was very successful on several fronts as it met all of our key goals. The fist was to help raise community awareness for the HTLA's mission of land preservation through event publicity. Another was that art and artists can make a difference. Another was that not all art galleries are static, they can be dynamic. Another was to demonstrate a willingness to partner with local groups. Finally, and just as important, was to make new friends for the gallery, create an exciting event for all involved, sell artwork and make a donation.


"Bird Cave"
by Stacie Speer-Scott


"Pine Bit #14"
by Jennifer Cadoff


"Summer on the Neshanic"
by Joe Kazimierczyk

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

May Show - Recent Works by Sheila Letven and Merle Citron

"Paris Still Life"
oil painting by Merle Citron


"Dancer"
photograph by Sheila Letven


Artists Sheila Letven and Merle Citron have been involved in the regional art scene for more than three decades. Both are painters and photographers who have exhibited in numerous group and one-person art shows. In their current two-person show, "Recent Works: Sheila Letven and Merle Citron", Sheila Letven exhibits her photographs and Merle Citron exhibits her new paintings. The show opens at the Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, NJ, on May 9th. The public is invited to attend an artists’ reception on May 10th from 6-9 pm. The exhibit continues through June 1st.

Treichler and Katzenbach at Bell's

The Artists' Gallery is pleased to announce an exclusive engagement with Bell's Tavern in Lambertville, NJ. Each month, two artists from the Artists' Gallery will be displaying their work in Bell's restaurant and bar. This month features the painted mirror and glass panes of Chuck Katzenbach and the photographs of John Treichler. The works are on display through June 2nd.

A Lambertville institution since 1938, Bell's Tavern is located at 183 North Union Street and open seven days a week. Hours are Monday - Thursday 6:00 - 9:30, Friday & Saturday 5:00 - 10:00 and Sunday 5:00 - 9:00.

For more information call 609-397-2226 or visit www.bellstavern.com


"Portals"
oil on glass by Charles Katzenbach


"Flying"
photograph by John Treichler