Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania – Canal Frame-Crafts
Gallery is celebrating its Silver Anniversary by presenting PartNERS, an
exhibit featuring the work of six artist couples. The opening reception is
Sunday May 17 from 1PM – 4PM and continues through Saturday June 13.
Says gallery owner, Debbie Crow, “I’ve had this show concept for several
years, but with it being our 25th year in business, I decided the timing was
perfect. Six married couples were selected who are also working as artists.
Their interesting stories on how they met and how it works sharing studios
together will be on display during the show, as well as on our website:
David and Mardi Schleinkofer met in college and were married Oct. 18,
1975. David works in acrylic in an illustrative style, while Mardi creates
one-of-a-kind heirloom necklaces.
Christopher McCall and Ron Prybycien met in Los Angeles in 1972 and have
been together ever since, painting on opposite ends of their basement studio
using the same medium but totally different styles and subjects. They were
married July 31, 2013.
Susan Roseman and James Feehan were introduced through artist friend,
Annelies VanDommelen in 1981 and married Feb. 20, 1985. They share Rosemoon
Studios and work in totally different styles, mediums, and subjects, yet both
display a certain whimsical sense of humor.
Robert and Alice Seufert had very similar educational backgrounds, but
didn’t meet until years later in an alumni group from Bucks County Community
College. They were married Oct. 1, 1983 and share a studio and art school in
John Ennis and Jo-Ann Osnoe met in NYC playing volleyball on the
Hearst Corporate Team. They married on April 26, 1986 and remain a supportive
team sharing a studio in Yardley.
Emily and George Thompson also met in NYC in 1985, both working for the
Bloomingdale’s Advertising Department. They were married July 27, 1991 and still
work together producing fine art, graphic design, and teaching, occasionally
even producing a collaborative piece.
At Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery, we provide quality
framing and unique one-of-a-kind artwork from
Bucks County artists and others from the Delaware Valley art community.
As a small Washington Crossing
frame shop and
art gallery, we provide quality
framing, personal service, affordable pricing, and a wonderful selection of
paintings influenced by the New Hope School of plein air Impressionists, as well
as both traditional art and still lifes.
framing skills and equipment are
state of the art. We have accredited
Certified Picture Framers (CPFs) on staff. They bring their understanding of
framing and conservation into each
customer consultation in an effort
to insure that your art, needlework, and memories are handled properly and
framed with the appropriate materials using the latest framing techniques.
Canal Frame-Crafts invites you to
visit us soon, browse our
gallery, and let us know about
your present or future
custom framing needs. Join us for
one of our
artist openings or other
special events and take some time
to read what some of our
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