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Fine art reception set for Tubby Olive Doylestown


From now until the end of March, The Tubby Olive in Doylestown will feature the artwork of James Crispo as part of the ongoing “Meet the Artist” program.

Meet the artist and sample light refreshments and teas from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2, with Debbie Raab, certified tea specialist of Tea-for-All.

Crispo is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He transitioned from acrylics in his early works to oils in recent years. His artistic themes of nature, portraiture, still life and landscapes/seascapes “capture the natural beauty and essence of the subject.”

Early in his career, Crispo sold several commissioned pieces privately, and exhibited and sold several works to corporations through Dumont & Landis, a New Brunswick-based gallery. Originals and prints are available for most works, as well as commissioned work.

The event is free and open to the public. All work is on display now through March, and is available for purchase.

For information, visit The Tubby Olive online.