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Scrambled Gallery Spring Revival Exhibition opening set


Spring has finally arrived in the Delaware Valley, and Scrambled Gallery in New Hope is welcoming the new season with the Spring Revival Exhibition opening Friday, April 14.

Featuring nearly 30 local and national artists from New Hope to New Mexico, this vibrant and eclectic curation features works from artists such as Kevin Von Holtermann, Martha Wirkijowski, Cynthia Pareja-Dubin, Amber Stetler, Erika Rachel, and Michelle Daly-Padron to name a few.

“This is going to be the most exciting opening yet. Curating a show with so many amazing artists has been a real challenge but I know that once it opens, this exhibition will be nothing short of beautiful and extraordinary,” said gallery owner and well-known artist in her own right, Hope Gaburo, an artist and painter based out of Lambertville-New Hope.

Gaburo reopened Scrambled Gallery in April 2022. Previously known as Scrambled Gallery of Gifts, the gallery has undergone some serious renovations, along with the New Hope Arts Center. This new curation and exhibition will be the relaunch of the contemporary art gallery that resides on the canal – along with its new look, new team of artists, and newest addition to the space.

In addition to the debut of the exhibition, Scrambled will also be launching multiple spring and summer workshops including paint and sip courses taught by Gaburo, embroidery classes, earring and jewelry making, collage making, and more. Scrambled Gallery also welcomes live music performances by local musicians, open mic nights on the deck, interactive art installations, and musical and performance art curations by Alcove Collab.

The Spring Revival Exhibition opening reception will be held Saturday, April 15 from 5-8 p.m. Scrambled Gallery welcomes you for a night out in the heart of New Hope and a chance to meet the new artists one-on-one with refreshments on the deck. In addition to the group exhibition, there will be live musical performances by Slow Noche and Megan Chappius, presented by Alcove Collab. The Spring Revival Exhibition will run weekends through the month of April and into May.

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