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Husband, wife art featured at Stover Mill Gallery

Award-winning husband and wife artists Jim and Betz Green will exhibit their latest works of art at the Stover Mill Gallery during the month of September.

Betz will exhibit her new series of silverpoint with mixed media drawings titled “Beetles, Birds and Bones-Dissecting Nature.” The works combine her lifelong habit of collecting discarded fragments of nature with an enduring interest in the use of silver as a drawing medium.

“I am interested in creating story lines with these relics and emphasizing the intriguing qualities and subtle beauty of decomposition,” she said.

Jim’s latest series is titled “Preserving Our Heritage Through Landscape Painting.” He is known for dynamic, impressionistic oil paintings that combine bold colors with “exciting” mark making.

“I consider all my paintings to be landscapes, no matter what the subject. I focus on general shapes and color and often distort the perspective to tell a more interesting story. My purpose is not to make the painting so much look right, but to feel right,” he said.

Betz and Jim Green have exhibited and won awards in many regional, national and international juried shows. They reside in Flourtown, where they have their studios. They instruct adult classes at the Art Center at Ambler.

The show runs from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Sept. 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, 28-29 with a reception from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15. Stover Mill Gallery is on the Delaware River, at 852 River Road, Route 32, Erwinna. Visit or call 610-294-9420. Admission is free and the venue is handicap accessible.