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‘Tis the Season for Holiday Sales

Everywhere I look, I see advertisements and postcards for holiday sales.  In addition to the big box retailers, department stores and specialty stores, there are many fine arts and crafts sales taking place in the next week. If you’re looking to make it a handmade holiday this year, here are a few places to shop … Continue reading

PWCS Exhibit at Wayne Art Center

It’s the last few days to see the Philadelphia Watercolor Society’s 112th Anniversary International Exhibition of Works on Paper at the Wayne Art Center. The exhibit closes on November 17th. If this year’s works are anything like what was exhibited at this anniversary show last year at Community Arts Center, you’re sure in for a … Continue reading

Richard Estell, an Artist to Watch

Richard Estell, an Artist to Watch

Today’s artist to watch is Richard Estell. Richard Estell is a painter whose primary subject of work is nature.  He has work in many private and public collections, has held solo and group exhibits and his paintings have been written about in a number of publications.  He teaches watercolor at the Pennsylvania Academy of the … Continue reading

Take a Tour of Andrew Wyeth’s Studio

Today, we’re talking about…  Andrew Wyeth’s Studio Tour. One of my favorite museums, the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, PA, is opening Andrew Wyeth’s Chadds Ford studio for tours on July 3rd.  Betsy James Wyeth gave the museum the studio in 2010.  The tour offers insights into Wyeth’s life, his working methods and sources of … Continue reading