The Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County continues to share artistic inspiration from Bucks County regional artists in its exhibition and sale, “Small Works,” now online through Jan. 31.
The show features the work of over 70 Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County member artists; there are over 140 pieces on display.
The exhibition and sale brings together a range of mediums and subject matter—paintings, prints, photographs, drawings, textiles, mixed media works, collage, found object sculptures, and more. Styles range from contemporary to traditional and abstract to representational.
Board President Ruth Anderson met with the A&C exhibition committee in early January to plan several events for 2022.
“In light of current COVID-19 surges, we made the difficult decision to cancel all January in-person events at Freeman Hall. This is not a decision we have taken lightly, but feel it is in the best interest of the health and safety of the community, our members, and our volunteers,” she said.
“We have so many exciting plans unfolding for the organization in 2022 and are looking to keep our current programs as risk free as possible. In the meantime, we will do what we do best—promote the arts. We know they are a healing force that can continue to strengthen us during what remain challenging times.”
Artists, patrons and the community may view the show online at any time now through Jan. 31 at bucksarts.org/smallworks. Interested collectors and artists are invited to email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time to see the show in person at Freeman Hall, located at 181 E. Court St., Doylestown. Street parking is available, and masks are required.
For details about the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County, to view member galleries, learn about membership and sponsorship, and to see a schedule of events, visit bucksarts.org