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Painters’ Collective slates exhibition, anniversary celebration


The Painters’ Collective hosts an opening show and reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, to celebrate its fifth anniversary at its gallery at Prallsville Mills and the return of spring.

The exhibition features landscapes, still lifes and abstracts, with works in oil, pastel and mixed media. Works range in size and price.

With the return of warmer weather, the gallery will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. through the fall, and with extended hours during public events at the Mills complex.

“We are delighted to be in this historic building, which is itself worth a visit to see its massive hand-hewn beams. It is the perfect venue for displaying art in an intimate, home-like setting,” said Cindy Ruenes, one of the Painters’ Collective artists, along with Jeff Charlesworth, Phyllis Haldeman, Kathie Jankauskas, Roy Reinard, Kathy Schroeher, Dave Stahl and Andrea Wallace.

Members of the group have had works accepted into various juried shows, including The Phillips’ Mill Art Exhibition, The Lambertville Historical Society’s Annual Juried Exhibition, The Ellarslie Juried Exhibition at Trenton City Museum, and the Annual Artsbridge Juried Exhibition. Members also have exhibited at Stover Mill, the Tinicum Arts Festival, the New Hope Arts members show, the Artsbridge members show, and the Canal Frame Craft Gallery.

The gallery is located at Prallsville Mills, 33 Risler St. (along the river off Route 29), Stockton, N.J.

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