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Local artist driven to abstraction in one-man show

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The colorful, unique artwork of local artist Patrick Walsh is on view during his one-man show – “Driven to Abstraction” – this month at the River Towns Chamber of Commerce, 77 Bridge St., Lambertville, N.J.

Meet the artist during an open house from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 8. Paintings will be offered for sale.

Walsh’s has exhibited at The National Academy of Design New York City and his works have been published in The Millennium Edition of the “New Art International.” More recently, Walsh was invited to exhibit his abstract painting, “Florida Wow!!!” in the Manhattan Art Expo New York 2018.

For years, Walsh’s traditional style of work, for which he also gained considerable recognition, was exhibited at the Golden Door Gallery in New Hope. He was an artist in residence for more than a decade at the M&H Custom and Framing Gallery in Warminster.

Walsh has exhibited locally in shows including the Phillips Mill Art Show, and at Side Tracks Gallery; this year his work was shown in the Art of Oscar art show presented by the Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County.

His work is displayed in a number of public buildings, including the Delaware Valley Veteran’s Home in Philadelphia, Doylestown Hospital, Chandler Hall in Langhorne, Good Shepard of Penn Medicine Kinetic Therapy at Chalfont, and Fox Chase Cancer Center in Furlong.


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