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The Uncommon Life of a Common Man

Join us for a talk by Richard Lesh, author of “The Uncommon Life of a Common Man”, Thursday June 20 at 7 pm in the gallery.

Please join us for our first talk of the season, featuring Richard Lesh, author of the autobiography, The Uncommon Life of a Common Man, as he discusses his extraordinary life, from a hard Monroe County childhood growing up in a broken home, to joining the US Navy at 17 and surviving both a hurricane and a fire aboard ship, to being among the first on the scene at 3 Mile Island after the partial meltdown, and more! Free and open to the public!

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Bellow Girl, Blossom: Lynn Rideout and Elizabeth Tilley

June 14-June 30, 2024
Bellow, Girl. Blossom! The work of Lynn Rideout and Elizabeth Tilley

Opening Reception: Friday, June 14 from 7-9pm

Regular gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday from 1-5. The show runs through June 30.

Our second show of the season features two artists with a feminist perspective. Lynn makes deeply personal biomorphic abstractions and Lizzy celebrates her empowerment with topical quilts, sculptures and paintings. This show promises to be one of the highlights of the season.

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Artist’s talk: William Christine

Join us for a talk by gallery artist William Christine Sunday, June 9  at 2 pm in the gallery.

Bill will talk about his lifelong memories of the Delaware Water Gap and how it has informed his artistic sensibilities for five decades- from childhood visits to a life changing semester as an undergraduate at the Artists for Environment Foundation in 1974. A gifted colorist, Bill works back and forth from nature to abstraction in both oils and watercolors. Not to be missed!!

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William Christine: Old Haunts and New Visions

May 24-June 19, 2024
William Christine: Old Haunts and New Visions

Opening Reception: Friday, May 24 from 7-9pm

Regular gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday from 1-5. The show runs through June 9.

Our season starts with a solo show of the work of Bethlehem painter William Christine. Bill got his MFA from Brooklyn College where he studied with Lois Dodd. He has been in many solo and group shows, including at the Prince Street Gallery in NYC. He has taught at Lyme Academy, Parsons School of Design, Kutztown University, DeSales University and Northampton Community College.

Read his statement and see more images here. Visit his website.

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Just Jills

May 18 and 19

The Jills have booked the gallery for what promises to be a great art show and a good party. Music for the opening by Roy Ramos.

Saturday 6-9 and Sunday 12-4

Curated by Jack Swersie