June 1 – 16, 2013 Saturdays and Sundays 1 to 5 pm and by appointment through August Opening reception Saturday, June 1st, 1 to 5 pm BEDMINSTER, PA — The Studio of Ben Solowey announces a new exhibition, Bathers by Ben Solowey, featuring paintings, drawings, and sculptures of bathers from over a half century of the [...]
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Artist Simon Mauer tells of his unique Ben Solowey experience: My wife Susan and I have had many pleasant and enriching visits to the studio of Ben Solowey, and as artists we particularly appreciate Ben’s skill in so many media. His work always has genuine beauty and often a poetic quality which charms the beholder. [...]
The Studio of Ben Solowey announces a new exhibition, TWENTY YEARS SO FAR: A 20th Anniversary Celebration of Exhibitions at the Studio of Ben Solowey, featuring the “greatest hits” selected from thirty-six popular shows presented by The Studio of Ben Solowey. “We often hear from people who have only recently discovered the Solowey Studio, that they [...]
There’s a wonderful blog about food in Bucks County, Bucks County Taste, that is the go-to place to find out what’s happening with anything edible in our area. Whether it be a fire house pancake breakfast, a lobsterfest, community day, a CSA, or a farmers’ market, Bucks County Taste not only tells you about it, [...]
On Saturday June 19th, DuSold will give a portrait demonstration in the Main Studio at 2:30 pm. Visitors are invited to witness history as DuSold paints the first work painted in the studio since Solowey’s death in 1978. RSVP Like Ben, Paul is one of the few accomplished portrait painters who not only can capture the [...]
The James Michener Art Museum continues its tradition of studio visits with a special tour “of the only remaining intact studio from the Golden Age of Bucks County Art.. Located on a 34 acre farm in Bedminster, the views from the studio are virtually the same as when Ben Solowey arrived in 1936. The artist [...]
Here’s what Edward Sozanski, Art Critic for The Philadelphia Inquirer wrote about Paul DuSold’s work in a 2005 exhibition. Under the heading “Echo of the Masters”: Paul DuSold’s “atmospheric” realism, displayed in an exhibition of 28 still lifes at the Gross McCleaf Gallery, might, as he says, be influenced by artists of 16th-century Venice, especially [...]