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