Published: December 24, 2001
BUCKINGHAM, PENN. – Bianco Gallery has opened “American Impressionism: Past & Present,” an exhibit that has combined works of the early classic painters of the region with those of contemporary artists. Their interpretive renderings of lush landscapes, still lifes, and portraits emphasize the tradition of Impressionist painting that began in Bucks County in the early 1900s continues to thrive today.
Daniel Anthonisen, Carol Barany, Ranulph Bye, Alan Feterrman, Jan Lipes, Christopher McCall, Bob Richey and J. Ken Spencer are among the fine artists who find an inexhaustible supply of material for their work right outside their studio doors. Like their predecessors, they can be found along the river, in fields, on farms and with the people of the region, creating works that not only extend the Impressionist legacy, but add new dimensions to that tradition.
The exhibition begins with a reception on Friday, November 9, 5 to 8 pm, and continues through Saturday, November 24.
For information, 215-348-4235. The gallery is at 3921 Route 202; hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm, and other times by appointment.
5 Church Hill Road / Newtown, CT 06470
Mon - Fri / 8:00 am - 5:01 pm