Art & Theater
Watercolor Painting by Keith Mountford Keith has been a resident of Bucks County for all of the 21 years that he’s lived in the USA. He left his family and friends in England as well as a career in the corporate world to pursue painting, which in his father’s words was “ridiculous!” With no training whatsoever, […]
Take a visual journey across the frozen Delaware River in the New Hope/Lambertville area with Shot Reel of Aerial Cinematography. Created by BottomUp Photography.
Snow falling at Fonthill Castle, captured by Michael Brooks.
With Lady Gaga’s superb Oscar tribute to the Sound of Music, in honor of the film’s 50th Anniversary, Bucks County’s Doylestown Facebook Group is buzzing with excitement over its own ties to the beloved musical. Did you know that The Sound of Music was written in Doylestown? Yes. Oscar Hammerstein II lived in Doylestown, where he wrote […]
“Calm and Beautiful on Mill Street” on February 17, 2015. Photo taken by Amy Waldron
Reflections on East State Street by Michael Brooks Photography
The Bristol “Raising the Bar” initiative just announced an exciting planned addition to the borough – a Centre for the Arts. While still in the early stages of planning, they hope to open in spring 2015. To turn this vision into reality, they are currently seeking volunteers for a day of light labor, clerical assistence, or support staff down the […]
East State Street reflections captured in Doylestown by Michael Brooks Photography
Sunset on a farm in Lower Makefield captured by Pat O’Leary of Yardley, PA.
New Hope’s Gold Light Gallery is making an open call to all realists, impressionists, and representational artists for their upcoming show, which will feature two-dimensional works including painting, pastel, drawing and collage. The show will run Friday, March 6th through Sunday, March 29th. Reception and cash awards will be announced Saturday March 7th from 7-9pm. […]
This photograph was captured by Michael Brooks Photography.
These gorgeous photos were captured by Brian Hewitt Custom Photography.
This quadcopter drone footage of Doylestown was captured by Thomas E. Brunt of Philly Drone Tech.