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Art at Kings Oaks, a pop-up art exhibition in an historic barn and chapel on Kings Oaks Farm near Newtown, Pennsylvania, returns for the fifth year this October 6-15, 2017 to present their largest group of artists to date. The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, ceramics, and installation works by 26 renowned and emerging artists from the Northeastern and mid-Atlantic U.S and Italy.

The two-weekend exhibition, attended by over 500 visitors each year, began in 2012 when Bucks County painter Alex Cohen renovated the 19th-century barn and stone chapel on Kings Oaks Farm into gallery spaces.  While it has grown in scope and size, the artist-lead project maintains its vision of offering a naturally beautiful and intimate setting for viewing art, welcoming to both artists and art lovers alike.  This year’s exhibition is co-curated by Cohen and Ithaca-based painter and printmaker Gillian Pederson-Krag.

Exhibiting Artists: Caren Canier, Mariel Capanna, Marybeth Chew, Alex Cohen, Mastro Cencio, David Fertig, Kathleen Hall, Deborah Kahn, Ken Kewley, Ying Li, Stanley Lewis, Ruth Miller, Abraham Murley, Maxwell Mustardo, Margaret Parish, Robert Andrew Parker, Gillian Pederson-Krag, Stephanie Pierce, Langdon Quin, Neil Riley, E.M. Saniga, Sterling Shaw, Stuart Shils, James Stewart, Susan Jane Walp, and Lilly Woodworth.

Admission is free, works are for sale.  Free onsite parking.  Opening reception 6 – 9pm Friday, October 6, closing reception 2 – 5pm Sunday, October 15, open from 10am – 5pm October 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 and 6 – 9pm October 13 and by appointment.  Kings Oaks Farm, 756 Worthington Mill Road, Newtown, PA 18940.  Call 215-603-657 for more information.

 

Image:  Paintings by Caren Canier (top left), Susan Jane Walp (top right), Mariel Capanna (bottom right), and vessel by Maxwell Mustardo (bottom left).

 

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