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Bidding ends June 2 for the silent auction of “Sunset Over Schoefield-Ford Covered Bridge.”

May is Lyme Awareness Month, and to raise awareness, 30 local youth artists have joined together to complete one collaborative painting which will be sold to the highest bidder as a fundraiser for PA …

Artwork by Nicholas “Nicky” St. Clair, who was diagnosed with autism at age 2, is on view in “The World Series of Autism” at Countryside Gallery, 2 S. State St., Newtown, through April 30. …

Countryside Gallery and Custom Framing in Newtown hosts an exhibit of colored pencil drawings and photography to benefit the Cheetah Conservation Fund.Sarah Ann Young Sherwin recently returned from …

Countryside Gallery’s September exhibition will feature the work of Bucks County artist Connie Dierks.A 25-year county resident, Dierks said in a statement that she enjoys working with both oil and …

What is on the minds of young people today? Among many issues, the environment is high on the list. In particular youth are concerned about pollution, forever chemicals, climate change, and …

Countryside Gallery’s August exhibition displays the works of Alexander Serebryany, who was born in Odessa, Ukraine in 1966 and lived in the United States from 1992 to 2004.His artistic credo, …

Countryside Gallery in Newtown presents the works of artist Kelly Sterr throughout July.Sterr has always been an artist at heart. Her artistic abilities reached a serious level about 2015 when she …

Twenty-four local youth artists have joined together to complete one collaborative painting, “Springtime at Tyler Park,” which will be sold to the highest bidder as a fundraiser for the Arbor Day Foundation.

For the month of June, paintings created by 23 local youth artists celebrating the beauty of nature and enjoying the outdoors will be on display at Countryside Gallery, 2 S. State St., in historic …

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