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August 31, 2016

"SCARBOROUGH DAYS - ANOTHER VISIT TO SCARBOROUGH FAIR"

 Chadds Ford Gallery proudly presents "SCARBOROUGH DAYS - ANOTHER VISIT TO SCARBOROUGH FAIR"; an exhibit of Original Art, Signed Limited and Giclee Editions available of Paul Scarborough. The exhibit opens on Friday, September 16, 2016, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm .. The exhibit continues through Sunday, October 2. ... Open to the public, No Admission Fee ... Major Cards Accepted ... Hours, Daily: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 to 5:00 and Sunday, 12:00 - 5:00. For more information please call 610.388.2412 or visit our web site www.awyethgallery.com

  Paul Scarborough passed away February 2, 2014 of the cancer, Melanoma. A native of Delaware, with a studio in Chadds Ford, the gentle giant, left us, as quietly as he lived. If success is measured by different yardsticks, the former draftsman, was well read and disciplined; self taught, Paul Scarborough's artistic achievements made him a respected name in the art community. Represented by Chadds Ford Gallery since 1976, exhibiting widely on the East Coast in one man and group exhibits, his work is found in many public and private collections here and abroad. Paul's original art can be seen at many permanent Corporate collections-educational institutions, hospitals, Wilmington Banks, including PNC, Blue Cross of Delaware, University of Delaware, Parent Company of Benjamin F. Shaw, NASA Museum-Cape Canaveral, and gifted to the Brandywine River Museum of Art Collection, Chadds Ford.

  Paul Scarborough's body of work covered many decades, depicting his favorite spots, of paintings that always included a little red cardinal, in Chadds Ford, City of Wilmington, his fishing with friends on the Delaware Bay on the boat Reliable, fishing challenges with Captain Jack, and with his buddies at Bubble Gum Beach, Indian River Inlet. Seen with his sketch books, recording people, places and things, his poetry on canvas depicting the true character of the countryside, rustic barns and resident wildlife. His many cartoon character studies of his friends at Hank's, Megan's, Booth Corner's Farmers Market, BrowseAbout Bookstore, boat Captains and Mates, restaurants, bars, and fishermen at Bower's, his Father and other bowlers at Holiday Lanes Bowling Alley, his Claymont High School gym and Year book. Vacation time, his early morning coffee with the boys at BrowseAbout, Rehoboth Beach, an important way to start a summer day ... Reagan politics, the state of the world affairs, where Steve and Barbara would be traveling to, the need of having Woody start their day and what car race would Jose and Sammy drive off to, next. Paul loved the importance of his family, traditions and places ... Visits with his Aunt Jean and cousins, getting ready for exhibits or commissions, he often painted and sketched on what was his Grandmother's porch and kitchen on Olive Avenue. Spending time on the boardwalk benches waiting for his grandchildren to finish spending the money from "Mr. Money Pockets", recording the images of Rehoboth Beach buildings, churches, Gus and Gus, Louie's Pizza, Grotto Pizza, Dolles, vacationers and seagulls would become an important part of Paul's life portraits and his living. And always , the little red bird flew round and about.

  Paul Scarborough's original art, signed, signed limited and Giclee editions can be found and purchased online from P.S. Cardinals Rule Editions at www.paulscarborough.com or at the Chadds Ford Gallery at www.awyethgallery.com/paul.

 

For more information:, please contact Chadds Ford Gallery, Barbara J. Moore, Director or Jacqueline Winther, Owner at 610-388-2412 or email at chaddsford@awyethgallery.com or call Toll Free: 877.993.8425.

CHADDS FORD GALLERY, INC.
1609 BALTIMORE PIKE #9 BUILDING 400 * P. O. BOX 179
CHADDS FORD, PA 19317
610.388.2412 OR TOLL FREE: 877.993.8425
www.awyethgallery.com * EMAIL chaddsford@awyethgallery.com
Established 1969

CONTACT: BARBARA J. MOORE, DIRECTOR
610.388.2412 OR TOLL FREE 877.993.8425

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Old Releases

 

May 2016

Ray Hendershot

“My World - Chapter Three”

  Chadds Ford Gallery presents the return of Ray Hendershot, an exhibit of new original paintings, for, “MY WORLD – CHAPTER THREE”. Opening Friday, April 15, 2016, 5:00pm to 8:00pm; exhibit continues through Sunday, May 1. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike, Building 400, Chadds Ford Village and Barn Shops. Open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 to 5:00, Sunday: 12noon to 5:00. No Entrance Fee. . For more information call 610.388.2412 or toll free 877.993.8425 … visit our Web Site www.awyethgallery.com

  Pennsylvanian, Ray Hendershot, paints the countryside based on the landscape near his home. Subject to change from early paintings in oils, Ray now also works with watercolors and acrylics, specializing in florals, still lifes, weathered barns, fences and stone buildings. Working the surfaces of his watercolors with a dry brush application of muted colors that suggest textures, resulting in a painting that captures a sense of place … for him, the real subject is their surfaces and is intrigued by the texture of a crumbling stone wall, splintered wood of an old wagon…the signs of wear and hard use … a golden light glowing in a window, the eye is quickly drawn to, or to the light of the moon that enhances the atmospheric quality, but offers warmth, of the coldness of a wintry scene … Ray captures a rustic splendor through all the seasons and each painting is rich with texture, warmth and light.

  Since retiring as an engineer in the ceramics industry in 1991, he is a full-time painter, and still achieving goals he sets for himself as an artist. Nationally and Internationally known, highly regarded for his detailed rural landscapes and antique still lifes, Ray Hendershot has earned many awards and attained full signature membership in the American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Philadelphia Watercolor Society, Pennsylvania Watercolor Society and the National Acrylic Painters Association, among others.

  Ray has open edition offset lithographs available; his Giclée Signed limited editions are printed and self published … all available at Chadds Ford Gallery.

 

October 4, 2015

Bystrom, Shoffner, Stack, Wadsworth: A Visionary Artists Exhibit

  Chadds Ford Gallery presents J. Wayne Bystrom, Don Shoffner, Robert Stack and Timothy Wadsworth Exhibit; original works of art by talented and visionary artists. The exhibit opens Friday, October 23, 2015, 5:00pm to 8:00pm; the exhibit continues through Sunday, November 8. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike (Route 1 South) – Chadds Ford. Open: Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 to 5:00 and Sunday 12 Noon to 5:00. No Admission Fee – For More Information call 610.388.2412 or visit www.awyethgallery.com

J. Wayne Bystom, now nationally known, graduated from Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, renowned for his ability to paint very detailed portrait, realistic landscape, seascapes, lighthouses, wildlife and historical buildings. Excelling in the medium of oils with the knowledge and understanding color and design have strengthened his reputation throughout the country. Wayne’s original paintings can be found at the Pennsylvania Academy of fine Arts, in a number of influential corporations, including Philadelphia Art Museum, AT&T, IBM, Wyeth-Ayerst Research (now Pfizer) Vanguard and PNC Bank and in many Private Collections.

Don Shoffner, graduated from West Chester University … he then studied textile design at the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Sciences, gaining new appreciation for texture and composition. Shoffner grew up in Chester County amid old buildings and barns that would later challenge his ability to capture their utility and integrity before they would disappear from the landscape … his seascapes reflect the warmth and peaceful nature of the shore. Painting in watercolor and India ink his works will depict fall and winter scenes in their subdued hues. Working with the Redesign Group, Don developed a series of seven drawings of the Buck Hill Falls community and integrated them into a toile fabric and is currently in production. Participant in numerous group exhibits and associations in Pennsylvania and in New England, Shoffner’s works can be found in Corporate and Private collections throughout the United States.

Robert Stack, it has been written, “Though there is no singular theme to his divergent pictorial interests, there are two highpoints throughout his oeuvre: his contrast between light and shadow and an exquisite use of all shades of blue. When combined, these twin concerns lend this work an air of mystery.” Bob spent his childhood in Chadds Ford, graduated from the Tyler School of Art using watercolor mediums extensively. Watching as the sun plays its game with shapes and colors, he observes with a keen set of eyes with endless fascination … thus, his art works, show an interaction of the light … color and composition will take precedence over the actual subject matter. Subjects are varied, ranging from nature, architectural, Civil War, floral, variety of equestrian themes including the hunt, with rider, horse and hounds. His works can be found in many Corporate and Private collections.

Timothy Wadsworth studied art at Slippery Rock University and completed his BS in Business Administration; combining business interests with artistic ability Tim has been able to gain broader exposure. Now painting professionally for over 15 years primarily in watercolors, Tim’s subject matter gravitated to t he Pennsylvania landscape and often focuses on historical architecture and timeless rural settings. However his most recent works include oils, acrylics and mixed media to accomplish a higher degree of realism. Tim’s artistic simplicity and imagery in the work, places you in the moment through the artist’s eyes. He continues to combine his creative passion, emotional energy and technical precision in a masterful array of work. Wadsworth original and signed limited editions are found in many Corporate and Private collections.

 

February 15, 2015

Steven J. White: “There comes a time …” exhibit

Steven J. White, PWS, PWCS, has been associated with the Chadds Ford Gallery for many years. He is a self taught artist who paints primarily traditional landscape in oil or transparent watercolor, emotionally drawn to render scenes and events where he has lived. Paintings of Pennsylvania farms and woodlands, the Adirondack Mountains and Schuylkill River Heritage areas have awarded him with regional and national recognition. His work has been chosen for inclusion in several artist magazines and events including “Qualities of Light” by North Light Books, a finalist in the Artist’s Magazine annual competition, a Silver Medal at The Adirondack’s National Exhibition of American Watercolors. Steven is a signature member of the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society, the Philadelphia Watercolor Society, and member of the Oil Painters of America. Steven J. White, always drawing, always looking, a restless adventurer. Steven says, “I believe that before an artist can paint he needs to learn how to see! An artist’s gift is his ability to see something special in an otherwise ordinary scene and the burning desire to put it on paper. The beautiful spontaneous fresh look of my paintings are actually the result of a tremendous amount of mental preplanning. The thought process is the most critical part of my painting style.”

  For more information the "There comes a time...", please contact Chadds Ford Gallery, Barbara J. Moore, Director or Jacqueline Winther, Owner at 610-388-2412 or email at chaddsford@awyethgallery.com.

 

For more information:, visit our Web Site www.awyethgallery.com or call Toll Free: 877.993.8425.

CHADDS FORD GALLERY, INC.
1609 BALTIMORE PIKE #9 BUILDING 400 * P. O. BOX 179
CHADDS FORD, PA 19317
610.388.2412 OR TOLL FREE: 877.993.8425
www.awyethgallery.com * EMAIL chaddsford@awyethgallery.com
Established 1969

CONTACT: BARBARA J. MOORE, DIRECTOR
610.388.2412 OR TOLL FREE 877.993.8425

 

July 26, 2014

SPIRIT
EXHIBITION OF RECENT ARTWORKS
OF

Marie Kirkwood & Pamela Julian-Smyers

  Chadds Ford, PA. Chadds Ford Gallery proudly presents: “SPIRIT", an exhibit of the recent artwork of Marie C. Kirkwood and Pamela Julian-Smyers. The Opening Reception is Saturday, September 13, 2014 – 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.; the exhibit will continue through Sunday, September 28. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike (Route 1), Chadds Ford. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sundays, 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Chadds Ford Gallery is open to the public, no admission free. For more information, please visit our web site @ www.awyethgallery.com or call 610-388-2412. Major Credit Card Accepted.

  Chadds Ford artist, Karl J. Kuerner says of two his students, Kirkwood and Smyers, "I have found of all the years I have worked with people that have talent...there are few that really see it through. I keep remembering what Carolyn Wyeth and her brother said to me, 'Paint what you know and your soul will come out and people respond'. These two women, Marie Kirkwood and Pamela Smyers are doing just that. Their uniqueness and love for what they do speaks volumes."

  Growing up in the Brandywine Valley, Pamela Julian-Smyers always felt a kinship and spirit needed by artists to create imagery with emotions on canvas. Fascinated by the spirit which she feels is the driving force behind her work, painting symbolic representations of experiences and emotions , allows her subject matter to be diverse. Pondering hidden meanings in Andrew Wyeth's paintings, the stylized paintings of Gustav Klimt, starkness of Georgia O'Keefe and the symbolism of Frida Kahlo, have been her inspirations. Occasionally painting on canvas, her medium of choice is acrylic paint on wood panels. She enjoys lightly stippling washes of color on top of one another, allowing all applied colors to emerge. "I find beauty in everything" ... a delicate flower may symbolize how fragile one can feel during times of sorrow. In contrast, a powerful owl may symbolize strength, courage and determination. Pamela finds her peace immersed in nature, gardening and wildlife. Pamela lives in Glen Mills with her husband, Jim, their two daughters, Mei and Jade.

  Marie C. Kirkwood’s dedication to art and sensing a similar sense of spirit that surrounds her, when she catches a glimpse of wild creatures in their native habitats, also led her to study with Karl Kuerner, wildlife artists Robert Bateman and Terry Isaacs, Kirkwood says, "My intention when painting, is to capture that spirit through a visual story and share it with the viewer." Enjoying painting with watercolors, oils or acrylics, now favors, to her, the once intimidating medium of egg tempera. A colorful Artist she met in Rousillon, France convinced Marie to purchase earth pigment powders. After a little experimentations, she discovered what beautiful effects the pigment-egg binder mix could achieve. Thoroughly researching her subject before she begins to paint wildlife, still life or landscapes she strives to convey the subject's spirit, courage, vigor and liveliness. Retired from teaching art to adults with special needs at Devereux, she lives in Boothwyn with her husband Rick and their Gordon Setter, Ally.

  Pamela Julian-Smyers and Marie Kirkwood have held art workshops in multiple locations, represented by various galleries and juried exhibitions in Pennsylvania and Delaware.

 

March 31, 2014

“PLEIN AIR PAINTERS”

JACALYN BEAM    and    NANCY TANKERSLEY

Jacalyn Beam - Waiting
"Waiting" by Beam

Nancy Tankersley - White Roses
"White Roses" by Tankersley


   Chadds Ford, PA. Chadds Ford Gallery proudly presents: “A Showing of recent artworks by Jacalyn Beam and Nancy Tankersley”. The Opening Reception is Friday, April 11, 2014 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm; the exhibit will continue through Sunday, April 27. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike (Route 1), Chadds Ford … Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm and Sundays, 12:00pm to 5:00pm. Chadds Ford Gallery is open to the public, no admission fee. For more information, please visit our web side www.awyethgallery.com or call 610.388.2412 . Major Credit Cards Accepted.

   Born in Chester County, PA, Jacalyn Beam’s early training in art was rooted in the history and beauty of the Brandywine Valley. Holding a B. S. in Music, Jacalyn’s passion for painting was influenced by a few of her favorite artists Wyeth, Sorolla, Sargent, Schofield and Thayer. A member of the American Impressionist Society, Oil Painters of America, serves on the Board of Directors for the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Society, the Chaddsford Historical Society and chairs their annual Winter Plein Air Event. Published by Schiffer, Jacalyn is included in the book “100 Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters”, scheduled for release in 2014.

   Living with her husband Steven in Greenville, Delaware, Jacalyn says, “I paint outdoors because the world is rich with beauty and it’s the optimal way to see three dimensional objects, the subtleties of light and shadows, atmospheric perspective and real colors. Plein air painting is also a lot of fun! You meet new friends - animal and human, have fleeting conversations with bicyclists and joggers, while experiencing the sounds and smells of the outdoors.”

   As part of a military family moving around the United States, Award Winner artist Nancy Tankersley love of the (but not limited to) Chesapeake Bay area, is evident in many of her landscapes, while painting en plein air as often as possible. A Contemporary Impressionist exhibiting from the Mid-Atlantic coast to Carmel-By-The Sea, California, Nancy is a Signature Member of Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters, member of the Washington Society of Landscape Painters, the Salmagundi Club of NYC, Oil Painters of America and American Impressionist Society.

   In addition to exhibiting in many one-person exhibits, Tankersley was honored to be selected as one of two painters from the Eastern Shore to be part of a show titled, “Making Art: Explorations in Process” at the Academy Art Museum , Easton Maryland which included notable American artists from the 19th and 20th centuries, with works borrowed from major museums including the National Gallery of Art and the Brandywine River Museum. Education: Miami University, Fine Art 1967-69 and University of California, Santa Cruz, B.A. 1975.

   Nancy Tankersley married to Carl, likes to paint both in the studio and en plein air, teaching several weekend workshops and classes a year. “I think it is important for contemporary artists to capture the land and the people as they are today. I do not try to romanticize or invent my subjects, but I do try to show the beauty of the ordinary. People engaged in their occupations, enjoying their leisure time by eating, shopping or just strolling down a street … all of these are ordinary subjects which can make extraordinary paintings. I try to paint from life as much as possible so that my work has the authenticity that comes from capturing a moment of time.”

 

September 21, 2013

Paul Scarborough’s: “Scarborough Fair - Four Seasons”
An Art Exhibit Featuring His Latest Works

  Chadds Ford, PA, September 20, 2013: Chadds Ford Gallery proudly presents the return of “Scarborough Fair – Four Seasons”, a presentation of recent works of art by artist Paul Scarborough. The event opens Friday, October 11, 5:00pm to 8:00pm; the exhibit continues through Sunday, October 27. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike (Route 1, after the Brandywine Battlefield, but before Brandywine Prime Restaurant) – Chadds Ford. Open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 to 5:00 and Sunday 12noon to 5:00. No Admission Fee – For More Information call 610.388.2412 or visit our web site: www.awyethgallery.com .


  Paul Scarborough is a lover of nature with a sharp eye for the unusual … a poet on canvas that depicts the true character of the countryside - rustic barns and resident wildlife indigenous to the Pennsylvania counties of Chester and Delaware, Rehoboth Beach and fishing haunts he revisits on the Delaware Bay. If success is measured by different yardsticks, Scarborough’s artistic achievements have made him a respected name in the art community. Represented by Chadds Ford Gallery, since 1976, exhibiting widely on the East Coast in one-man and group exhibits, his work is found in many public and private collections here and abroad. His permanent original art acquisitions can be seen locally at educational, hospital and corporate collections of PNC Bank, Wilmington Trust Co., Blue Cross of Delaware and the parent company of Benjamin F. Shaw.

 

June 7, 2013

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SUNSET PLEIN EXHIBIT 
and
DONATIONS TO AMERICAN RED CROSS – CENTRAL OKLAHOMA TORNADO RELIEF FUND


   Chadds Ford, PA. June 2, 2013: Chadds Ford Gallery presents its' first Plein Air Exhibit featuring artists that are well known for painting outdoors and not in a studio. You are invited to attend and watch the artists paint, artwork that will be completed and for sale. Opening Friday, June 21, 2013, 4:00pm to 8:00pm. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike (Route 1), next to Brandywine Prime, Chadds Ford. No Admission Fee. For more information visit our web site www.awyethgallery.com or call 610.388.2412 or toll free 877.WYETHAJ (877.993.8425). Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10:00 to 5:00, Sundays 12:00 to 5:00.

   10% of all proceeds from sales will be donated to the American Red Cross - Central Oklahoma Relief Fund, welcoming all outside donations to be collected. A fund will be started at Bryn Mawr Trust Company for all cash, checks and credit card donations.

   Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters Association (MAPAPA) promotes the appreciation and participation in the art of outdoor painting, workshops and events. Plein Air artists exhibiting Jacalyn Beam, Roger Dale Brown, Valerie Craig, Beverly Ford Evans, Paul Scarborough and Robert Stack.

Jacalyn Beam
   Like Pennsylvania Impressionist painters of the late 19th and 20th centuries, Jacalyn too has strong links to painting the barns, streams, hills and valleys of southeastern PA and DE capturing the particular architecture, colors and terrain, just a few miles from her Wilmington, DE home.

Roger Dale Brown, OPA
   From Franklin, TN, Roger is avid about traveling, studying, teaching and competing in national painting competitions. Experiences that expands knowledge of history, nature and architecture, that are inspirations for his oil paintings. Roger believes the "plein air" painting is an essential element to being a great artist.

Valerie Craig
   Valerie's oil and watercolor paintings are suffused with soft light and convey a sensitive approach. The St. Davids, PA artist's subject matter is varied and includes still life, landscapes and street scenes. Whether painting vast open areas or intimate spaces, she finds that capturing light and color is best accomplished through close observation and study.

Beverly Ford Evans
  With her deliberate brushwork and attention to the scene, Beverly captures the essence of the landscape beautifully and artfully. She loves to pack her paints and travel, from her Franklin, TN home, to other parts of our beautiful country, where she is inspired by the diversity and beauty at every turn in the road.

Paul Scarborough
   Scarborough is a nature lover with a sharp eye for unusual subjects. He is a poet on canvas who depicts the true character of the countryside - the rustic barns and resident wildlife indigenous to Chester County, PA and Delaware. Anyone who has seen the Chadds Ford artist watercolor and acrylic landscapes has seen the poetic beauty reflected in peaceful pastoral scenes with his trademark, the red cardinal.

Robert Stack
    Using watercolor and gouache mediums, Bob's subject matter varies, ranging from natural subjects, to architectural, equestrian and Civil War themes. From his Wilmington, De home, he lets his work, light, color and composition take precedence over actual subject matter. Lending itself to an air of mystery, sometimes he uses different shades of blue and gets a dramatic contrast using light and shadow.

April 5, 2013

 

RENDEZVOUS

 Chadds Ford Gallery presents "Rendezvous", an exhibit of original art by five talented artists: Jacalyn Beam, Robert Dionne, Shawn Faust, Ron Orlando and Timothy Wadsworth. The opening is Friday, April, 19, 2013, 5:00 to 8:00, 1609 Baltimore Pike, Bldg 400, Chadds Ford; the exhibit continues through Sunday, May 5. Open to the public ... no admission fee. Hours: Tuesday thru Satruday 10:00 to 5:00 and Sunday 12:00 to 5:00. For more information please visit our web site www.awyethgallery.com or call 610.388.2412 or toll free 877.WYETHAJ

  Ron Orlando's love of painting nature and wildlife has been the foundation of a long career in the arts for this Pennsylvania artist. Working in acrylics, extensive field work, research into North American birds and mammals, his paintings translates a realism that is appreciated by all who view the work. Studying with John Seery Lester and Robert Bateman are events that energized Ron's wildlife career. He has exhibited throughout the country, a regional winner for the Timber Wolf Alliance national poster competition, several awards of merit and best of show in Wildlife Art Exhibits. His artwork is found in many private and corporate collections throughout East Coast. Ron is a member of The Society of Animal Artists and The World Wide Nature Artists Group. Married, Ron lives in Hawley, PA.

  Shawn Faust became fascinated with drawing at an early age. That ability to draw has been the most consistent influence in his life. The desire to find beauty in the world around him, he studies the many different effects that light has on his subjects. Faust enjoys painting human portraits and landscapes, but admits that the horse is his muse. Shawn is an accomplished portrait painter, a founding member of the Portrait Society of America, Associate Member of the Oil Painters of America and the American Academy of Equine Art. Faust's portraits include three Kentucky Derby winners, two Preakness winners and five Breeder's Cup winners. He enjoys traveling the country to perform portrait commissions which include some of the top thoroughbreds in the country. His work can be found in many prestigious private and corporate collections. Shawn lives with his wife and family in Newark, DE.

  Robert Dionne was born in a quaint farming town in New Hampshire where his love of nature and history was rooted. His father shared his interest of Indian tribal history and early American frontier life. During Rob's early childhood, he revealed a natural talent for drawing and painting. Later he would study illustration at the Art Institute of Boston. The art school had a strong foundation program that helped fine tune his drawing and painting skills. The art history program introduced him to the works of Howard Pyle and N. C. Wyeth. His painting method influenced by the great American artists of the Golden Age of Illustration, Rob's paintings tell visual stories that intrigue the viewers imagination. Since 1998 Rob has owned a decorative painting company, painting murals for high end residential and commercial properties. Rob lives with his wife and family in Chadds Ford, PA.

  Jacalyn Beam was born and raised in Chester County, PA. Her early training in art included the history and studying the beauty of the Brandywine Valley captured by local artists, including the Wyeth family and William Trost Richards. Her passion for painting continued after receiving her B. S. in Music , Jacalyn took workshops with artists Kenn Backhaus and Stapleton Kearns who helped contribute to her understanding and love of plein air painting. "I paint outdoors because the world is rich with beauty and it's the optimal way to see three dimensional objects,the subtleties of light and shadows, atmospheric perspective and real colors." The frames she uses are unique in their own right; the impressionist rural landscapes have some frames made by Gold Leaf Studios, signed by William AdAIr ... Badura style frames in white gold leaf, featuring full incising, punchwork and sgraffito. Jacalyn is an active member of the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Society serving as an elected member of the Board of Directors, elected member of the Board of Directors of the Chadds Ford Historical Society where she chairs the annual Winter Plein Air Event and Fall Chadds Ford Days Art Shows. Jacalyn and Stephen live in Greenville, DE.

  Upon viewing Timothy Wadsworth's art, it has been noted that it intuitively encourages and indulges the senses, stimulates curiosity and promotes a peaceful reflection. Known for detailed realism, Tim continues to combine his creative passion, emotional energy and technical precision in all of the works. Tim is the Director of Communications for the Hospital Contracting Division of Independence Blue Cross ... he also has been painting professionally for over 10 years. Significant changes in his life has generated new ideas and explorations ... a bolder palette, expanding the Brandywine style and stretching it a little bit, including new imagery, scenery from the mid-west, to an invitation to paint jet fighters off an air craft carrier in California, his work is expanding. He says, "I'm an artist first. I always have been. I've always incorporated my creative thinking, my creative production into the work that I do everyday. So, I do have the opportunity to introduce some of that thinking into the work that I do within my day job." Tim lives in Collegeville, PA.

 

February 15, 2013

 

WILLIAM BASCIANI and JOHN HANNAFIN

  The Chadds Ford Gallery proudly presents an exhibit of original art by artists William Basciani and John Hannafin … Two artists brought together, one representing the classically trained, the other a dreamer and impressionist … both artists artworks showing life’s beauty through uplifting colors and inspiration. Opening Friday, March 1, 2013, 5:00pm to 8:00pm; exhibit continues through Sunday, March 24. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike, Building 400, Chadds Ford Village and Barn Shops. Open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 to 5:00, Sunday: 12noon to 5:00. There is no Entrance Fee. . For more information call 610.388.2412 or toll free 877.993.8425 … visit our Web Site www.awyethgallery.com

  William (Bill) Basciani born in 1980 and a member of the 4th generation of the largest family-owned mushroom business in Kennett Square, PA is a unique and passionate artist; Bill paints to make a statement by displaying what inspires him the most. Growing up, surrounded by art and culture, at age 8, his Mother knowing her son loved to draw, enrolls him in art classes at the Delaware Art Museum , Wilmington, DE, Center for Creative Arts in Yorklyn, DE and at age 12, he began an apprenticeship with well known artist William O. Ewing, III, who quickly became his mentor. Bill was awarded the Kennett Education Art Award in 1998, the same year he was accepted into the prestigious four-year Certificate Program at Philadelphia’s, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and earns his Certificate of Fine Arts (double major in Painting). Basciani classically trained in the Brandywine tradition, has also created his own style of expression, while maintaining the passion for the local culture that has become so well known. Bill’s paintings have been collected in personal collections across the U.S. and abroad. Whether it be on trips to Europe, out at the farm or at his studio, Basciani continues to pursue his passion for capturing the characteristics, fantasies and beauty of life.

  John Hannafin is the dreamer and impressionist oil painter that seeks to connect with his fellow beings and express life’s beauty through uplifting colors, energetic brushstrokes and inspired artwork. Growing up in West Chester, PA , he had a deep love for drawing and art from a very young age. Though he majored in economics, he decided to learn painting and pursue his passion full time. While creating an art publishing business representing other artists, he developed his own personal style and eventually focused whole heartedly on his own art. In 2007, Hannafin began an on-going project, “Art Across America”, where he traveled around the country painting and filming national parks. His adventures and artwork have been featured on NBC, ABC, Fox News, Public Television and in several print publications. These creative excursions evolved into several shows at the Chester County Historical Society, hardcover book and DVD, extended stays in Arizona, Florida and even to his ancestral home in Ireland. John is also known for his unique interpretation of historic architecture, often twisting and turning buildings to imbue them with a sense of spirit and character. Inspired by music, nature and many artists of the past and present, John Hannafin seeks to follow his heart and make meaningful, original and authentic creations that uplift, soothe and inspire others. When he is not traveling around the country, he enjoys painting his hometown of West Chester, PA.

William Basciani and John Hannafin have signed limited edition Giclée printings available for sale.

 


January 15, 2013

 

THE BLUES BROTHERS
Paintings by artists and brothers, Glenn and Bruce Blue

  Chadds Ford Gallery presents brothers, Glenn and Bruce Blue, in their first exhibit together, with an opening on Friday, February 8th, 5:00pm to 8:00pm. "The Blues Brothers" Exhibit of regional, national and international scenes show their diverse works in art, styles and mediums. The gallery is located at the Chadds Ford Village and Barn Shops, 1609 Baltimore Pike. Open: Tuesday through Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm, Sunday: 12:00pm to 5: 00pm. No Admission Fee; please call 610.388.2412 or visit our WEB SITE www.awyethgallery.com for more information.

  Pennsylvania artists Glenn and Bruce Blues parents both artists and graduates from Kutztown Teachers College, taught in public schools. Under their apprenticeship Glenn began painting, exhibiting and selling his art. After graduating high school, he joined the Navy, traveled the world, squeezing in a few paintings and producing scores of cartoons satirically documenting events and incidents in his life. This pattern of cartooning and painting continued even as he spent a colorful and exciting career as
> a Pennsylvania State Trooper ... After 25 years of service, Glenn retired from the State Police, 2011, to continue his painting career. Following a successful one-man exhibit (2006) and group exhibits at Chadds Ford Gallery, Glenn continues to travel, painting and studying with various international artists... noted renown watercolorists Nita Engle and internationally known Alvaro Castagnet. A signature member of the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society, PWS International Juried Exhibitions, recognized in many other juried exhibits and winning countless awards, his paintings are found in many Private and Corporate collections, regionally, nationally and abroad.

  Glenn says, "I not only paint the places of interest and beauty, I paint and capture the atmosphere, mood and emotion with light often taking center stage ...".

  Glenn, his wife Peg; and studio are in the York, PA area.

  Bruce also grew up influenced by his surroundings and parental artistic careers; father, Gene Blue was a well known landscape artist in Coatesville, PA. Bruce enjoyed pencil sketching and other painting mediums through high school; he sold his first painting to a teacher in 11th grade. Bruce earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Kutztown University, as a Communication Design major. After college Bruce worked as an illustrator for a technical training company, where he learned computer drafting skills. Currently employed as a mechical designer, encouraged by his brother Glenn, never giving up on his love for fine art, he continues sketching and painting. Attending various workshops, studying various techniques and philosophies of painting, he joins Glenn in their first art exhibit together ... both working in different styles, mediums and sizes of their diverse works.

  "I try to find the beauty and drama in the scenes I see and then, create an interesting composition. I want the viewer to experience the same sublime beauty in my painting, as this to me, is the objective of an artist..."

  Bruce, wife Nita and family reside in Pottstown, PA.

 

 

November 18, 2012

Karl Kuerner and Robert Dionne to Sign Books

Karl Kuerner Book Signing

Chadds Ford artist Karl Kuerner will be signing “Ike at Night ” and the new release of “Ike Takes Flight", books that he authored and illustrated, at Chadds Ford Gallery; the signing will only be Saturday, December 8, 12:00 to 4:00. On view Saturday and Sunday, and for sale, are the original paintings from both books, signed limited Giclée editions of those paintings, and note cards. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike, Bldg. 400, (just after the Brandywine Battlefield and Webb Road), the gallery is open Tuesday thru Saturdays, 10:00 to 5:00 and Sundays, 12:00 to 5:00; no admission fee. For more information, please visit our web site www.awyethgallery.com or call 610.388.2412 - toll free 877.993.8425.

Karl Kuerner presents an interpersonal relationship with Ring Farm, where he grew to manhood, developing a keen awareness of his roots and the need to express feelings for this unique place. Developing a keen awareness, he sketches the farm and surrounding area; his father showed some of those sketches to Carolyn Wyeth … “go home and do something that means something to you” she instructed Karl; eventually, under her tutelage, discovers an art form that would provide the avenue that could show the world, the rich heritage wherein he had been reared. To say Karl has a love for cats does not begin to describe the relationship with his felines. Visiting his home and studio you will find them throughout the grounds, workspace and living areas. Ike was a stray, that he nurtured, loved, adopted and studied.

Kuerner’s wife, Louise, was also instrumental in making Ike feel welcome to their home and part of the family (not an easy chore taming a stray cat who just wandered into their lives), “Ike” is dedicated to Louise and her memory. And, finally to Ike himself for providing inspiration for Karl to follow his shenanigans at night. These tales of Ike’s wanderings are a delight for young and old alike.

Oh little black cat
off you go
To places only you would know
Maybe they’re secret, maybe they’re not
But all I know is
that you like’em a lot.

                               k. j. k. 2011

 

Robert Dionne Book Signing

Robert Dionne did illustrations for the book Teasel & Twigs: 'Tis a Critter Christmas Tale, by author Paige DD Singer. Dionne will be at the Chadds Ford Gallery, signing the book and the Giclée editions, Saturday December 15, 12:00 pm - to 4:00 pm and Sunday, December 16, 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike (just after the Brandywine Battlefield and Webb Road), the gallery is open Tuesday thru Saturday, 10:00 to 5:00 and Sundays, 12:00 to 5:00; no admission fee. for more information, please visit our web site www.awyethgallery.com or call 610.388.2412 - toll free 877.993.8425.

Teasel & Twigs: 'Tis a Critter Christmas Tale is a warmly written and lavishly illustrated story inspired by the Critters that adorn the Brandywine River Museum each Christmas season. For many years volunteers have hand-made tiny animal "Critters" solely from materials gathered from the Conservancy properties, for sale in the museum shop. This is the story of three of these Critters and their one night's quest.

On the evening before a scheduled children's Christmas party, Roger, a reindeer, finds that he has lost his nose. With his friends, Teasel and Twigs, they embark on a mission throughout the museum to help him find it. Their journey takes them past many familiar sights on all levels of the building where they engage several other Critters who try to help ... they are unsuccessful in finding a nose until Twigs finds a solution for his friend.

Robert Dionne resides in the Chadds Ford area with his wife and two children; the artist is known for his inspired work featuring Chester County history. During Robert's early childhood, he revealed a natural talent for drawing and painting. He studied illustration at The Art Institute of Boston which helped fine tune those skills ... their art history program introduced him to the great works of Howard Pyle and Newell Convers Wyeth. Inspired by the love for nature and early American history, his paintings tell visual stories that intrigue the viewer's imagination. His painting method, influenced by the Golden Age of Illustration, and living in the Brandywine Valley, fulfills all the senses required for his inspirations. Represented by Chadds Ford Gallery, Rob also receives commissions painting murals for high end residential and commercial properties.

 

July 20, 2012

Robert Stack
"Defining Light"
an exhibition of new and recent works


"Paint your picture by means of the lights. Lights define texture and color – shadows define form." (Howard Pyle)

Chadds Ford Gallery presents Robert R. Stack's, "DEFINING LIGHT", an exhibit of new and recent works of original art, opening Friday, October 12, 2012, 5:00 pm to 8:00pm; the exhibit continues thru October 28th. Located at Chadds Ford Village and Barn Shops, 1609 Baltimore Pike, Building 400, Chadds Ford, PA. The gallery is open Tuesday thru Saturday, 10:00 to 5:00, Sunday 12:00 to 5:00; no admission fee. For more information, please call Toll Free, 877.993.8425 or visit our Web Site www.awyethgallery.com

Robert spent his childhood in Chadds Ford and developed an early interest in art; encouraged and influenced by the art and artists of the area, he began developing his own style of work ... entering art competitions and winning awards, Stack entered and graduated from Tyler School of Art. Using Watercolors and Gouache mediums, his subjects are varied, ranging from natural subjects to architectural, equestrian and Civil War themes. In his work, light, color and composition take precedence over actual subject matter. He chooses subjects more for their interesting shapes and forms, than their narrative content. Lending itself to an air of mystery, sometimes he uses different shades of blue, and gets a dramatic contrast using light and shadow.

Spending time painting in Chadds Ford, Summer trips to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and Monhegan Island, Maine, his work has won awards in various exhibits and juried shows. Robert Stack's work can be seen in Private and Corporate art collections on the East Coast. Robert lives and paints in his studio, Wilmington, DE.

Robert Stack offset lithographs and Giclee Signed Limited Editions are available.

 

April 4, 2012

“Spring Quartet”
A Celebration of the Arrival of Spring - An Exhibit of New Artwork by:
Richard Bollinger * Nancy Cunningham * Paul Scarborough * J. M. Standish

Chadds Ford, PA, April 1, 2012: Chadds Ford Gallery proudly presents the exhibit “Spring Quartet”. The presentation of special works of art by of artists with exceptional talents and visions. “Spring Quartet” opens Friday, April 20, 2012, 5:00pm to 8:00pm; the exhibit continues through May 6th. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike (Route 1, after the Brandywine Battlefield, but before Brandywine Prime Restaurant) – Chadds Ford. Open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 to 5:00 and Sunday 12noon to 5:00.No Admission Fee – For More Information call 610.388.2412 or visit www.awyethgallery.com

Chadds Ford Gallery once again offers an exhibit of art by artists of acknowledged talents; the four artists have had many invitational, juried group, one-exhibits elsewhere, and their return to Chadds Ford Gallery is highly anticipated by many collectors. Their collective works, originals, signed limited reproductions and Giclée printings, can be found in many prominent private, educational and corporate collections here and abroad.

Nancy Cunningham’s says her sense of artistic energy is gained from her picturesque surroundings. Receiving her formal training at Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, then studied with and influenced by her teacher Rea Redifer. Married, with children, she continued her art career working in watercolor and oil, capturing the character of an aging structure, or celebrating the arrival of spring by depicting the aura of a new bloom, she pays homage to the area she has come to love and respect. She says, “transforming accurate architectural details and correct dimensions onto a canvas or paper is not the artist’s purpose. The ultimate goal is to establish an intimate relationship with the heritage, mystique, and ever elusive spirit that is Chester Country.” Nancy continues to be successful in producing award winning paintings.

Richard Bollinger, known as the Painter of Rural America, had his first one-man exhibit (a sold out exhibit) at Chadds Ford Gallery in 1976. The Delaware county native, attended the Hussian School of Art, Philadelphia , that started his career in 1969 as a commercial artist in a design company, to freelancing illustrating children’s books, then a job as an art director where he finally begins to develop his watercolor style. His success at Chadds Ford was the springboard for him to switch from commercial arts to fine arts fulltime. Married with children, often asked how he chooses a specific scene or topic to paint, his answer is simple, “light”. His trademark of Chester County rural scenes with majestic skies, masterful stonework, mirrored reflections, now includes the rich golden tones of first light embracing the waterfront in Annapolis, Maryland. Classic vessels that find shelter in its harbor, he captures the heart of this historic town as it appears today. His masterful watercolors of historic American scenes have become legendary.

Paul Scarborough started his artistic odyssey when he was 15 at Claymont High School, Delaware. Wanting to study cartooning in art school, his father, an engineer, considered the plan impractical. Eight years were spent working where his father worked, drawing pipes and power plants for DuPont and Hercules as an engineering draftsman. Ultimately, the drafting experience gave him the expertise needed for the structural subjects he would soon become known for in his artistic watercolor renderings. “Pushing paint around”, he taught himself to paint with oils, acrylic, gouache and casein mediums quite successfully. A realist, with a familiarity of impressionism, spontaneity, directness and familiarity are the heart of his work. Spending time preferring to paint plein air, getting to know the scene or subject, making sketches and studies before the actual painting is completed. He has to live it, be around it and experience it all the time. From his Chadds Ford studio he signs and relives the colors of spring, old barn landscapes of Delaware and Chester counties, Wilmington and Rehoboth beach scenes that are his personal experiences put to canvas, to the delight of his collectors.

J. M. Standish was trained in advertising and graphic design, spending the first twelve years of his career as a commercial artist, while trying to find his way as a painter. Now as a professional artist, Jack realizes that being self taught in the fine arts has been his greatest asset in developing a distinctive style as a realist painter. Most of his paintings are purely fictional, props to set the desired mood, yet highly reflective of the people, places and experiences that have most influenced his work. He tries to achieve a sense of solace in his paintings, partly in the subjects he chooses to paint, partly from the colors he chooses, and partly his choice of mediums, watercolor or egg tempera. The Massachusetts’s artist is married and has been with Chadds Ford Gallery since 1985, and says, “creating new discoveries in my choices of mediums, noting that creating a painting requires so much more than the mechanics of working a brush on paper…talents given or developed, go beyond the simple illustrating of a subject or an idea”.

Since 1969, Chadds Ford Gallery is also the source for Signed Limited, Out of Print and Currently Available Reproductions of N. C., Andrew and Jamie Wyeth, along with original and signed limited edition artworks by Regional, National and International artists.

For more information call Barbara J. Moore, Director 610.388.2412 or visit www.awyethgallery.com

Publications who would like high resolution images of some of the works appearing in this show for
editorial purposes may call 610.388.2412 or email chaddsford@awyethgallery.com.
or visit website under EXHIBIT page for lower resolution images www.awyethgallery.com

 

January 12, 2012

“Nocturne”

Chadds Ford, PA, January 8, 2012: Chadds Ford Gallery presents “Nocturne”, an exhibition of original works of art by a specially selected group of talented visionary artists.. The exhibit opens Friday, February 10, 5:00pm to 8:00pm; the exhibit continues through Sunday, February 26th.. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike (Route 1 South, after the Brandywine Battlefield, before Brandywine Prime Restaurant ) – Chadds Ford. Open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 to 5:00 and Sunday 12 Noon to 5:00. No Admission Fee – For More Information call 610.388.2412 or visit www.awyethgallery.com

“Nocturne”, offers a variety of thoughts in the minds for our artists to expand on. When asked to be part of a celestial exhibit, the artists response was, “what do you mean?” Celestial: of relating to the sky – perhaps even to, infinity and beyond; how we, and the planet earth relate to that expanse.

Twenty-one artists artistic engagements of knowledge and imagination paintings … clusters of celestial bodies in the ever expanding universe – devoid of religion and politics – relating to the sky and beyond – space - sun, moon, stars, black holes, milky way, clouds, above and below horizons – surrounded by that space, looking up to the “now”, and possible future explorations.

Artists: Daniel Alderfer, William Basciani, Jacalyn Beam, Glenn E. Blue, Mark R. Brockman, Robert Dionne, Shawn Faust, Jim Gears, Sachiko George, John Hannafin, Doug Hendershot, Ray Hendershot, Keith Hoffman, T. A. Newnam,. Paul Scarborough, Robert Stack, Rob Stine, Cynthia Swanson, Joseph Todak, Karen Trimble and Timothy Wadsworth.

Cover Artists for the invitation: Mark R. Brockman, Paul Scarborough and Robert Stack

For more information call Barbara J. Moore, Director 610.388.2412 or visit www.awyethgallery.com

Publications who would like high resolution images of some of the works appearing in this show for
editorial purposes may call 610.388.2412 or email chaddsford@awyethgallery.com.

 

May 15, 2011

“Stars N’ Stripes”: Impressions of Patriots and Patriotism
A Great American Art Exhibit

Chadds Ford, PA, May 15, 2011: Chadds Ford Gallery proudly presents the exhibit

  “Stars N” Stripes”: Impressions of Patriots and Patriotism. A presentation of special works of art comprised of artists with exceptional talents and visions. The Great American Exhibit opens Friday, June 3, 2011, 5:00pm to 8:00pm; the exhibit continues through July 4th. Located at 1609 Baltimore Pike (Route 1, after the Brandywine Battlefield, but before Brandywine Prime ) – Chadds Ford. Open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 to 5:00 and Sunday 12noon to 5:00.No Admission Fee – For More Information call 610.388.2412 or visit www.awyethgallery.com

  Chadds Ford Gallery once again offers an exhibit of art by artists of acknowledged talents; a theme of patriotism … when asked, they wanted to be part of a Great American Exhibit. It’s about the flag; Stars N’ Stripes carried, flying in the wind, painted on barns, flags everywhere and artistic impressions of history (not necessarily about a war) and how proud it is to be an American. Artists exhibiting are: Judy Antonelli, Richard Bollinger, Nancy Cunningham, Mark Dance, Robert Dionne, John Hannafin, Joe A. Jacobs, Karl J. Kuerner III, T. A. Newnam, Heather Hedin Peacock, David Price, Paul Scarborough, Robert Stack, J. M. Standish, Rob Stine, Pamela Patrick White and Bryant White.

  The American Revolutionary War and the Battle of Brandywine, September 11, 1777 an historic event (although the British were victorious in this battle) fought here in Chadds Ford and its surrounding areas is worthy of record, again. Having had the distinction of being the only major battle of the Revolution being held in Pennsylvania, it was here, that the American Flag first waved over a large Battlefield.

Since 1969, Chadds Ford Gallery is also the source for Signed Limited, Out of Print and Currently Available Reproductions of N. C., Andrew and Jamie Wyeth, along with original and signed limited edition artworks by Regional, National and International artists.


For more information call Barbara J. Moore, Director 610.388.2412 or visit www.awyethgallery.com

Publications who would like high resolution images of some of the works appearing in this show for
editorial purposes may call 610.388.2412 or email chaddsford@awyethgallery.com.

 

 

March 20, 2011                                                                                           

 

Paul Scarborough’s: “Scarborough Fair”
An Art Exhibit Featuring His Latest Works

   Chadds Ford, PA, March 20, 2011: Chadds Ford Gallery proudly presents the return of “Scarborough Fair”, a presentation of recent works of art by artist Paul Scarborough. The event opens Friday, April 8, 5:00pm to 8:00pm; the exhibit continues through May 8th.

Chadds Ford Gallery is located at 1609 Baltimore Pike (Route 1, after the Brandywine Battlefield, but before Brandywine Prime ) – Chadds Ford. Open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 to 5:00 and Sunday 12noon to 5:00.

No Admission Fee – For More Information call 610.388.2412 or visit www.awyethgallery.com

   Chadds Ford Gallery offers a colorful splash into Spring with one of the area’s favorite artists, Paul Scarborough. Scarborough has been showing at the Chadds Ford Gallery since the mid-70’s. Having one-man exhibits every two years, his previous exhibits have led to some of the gallery’s most well attended exhibits, earning the artist praise from art lovers and critics alike. Paintings of his favorite haunts, realistic and impressionistic sights of Chester and Delaware Counties, Bowers and Rehoboth Beaches, DE, his fans know to look for the cardinal that’s lurking somewhere in all of Scarborough’s work. His original art, art commissions and signed limited editions can be found in many Public, Private and Corporate Collections here and abroad.

   Chadds Ford Gallery is also the source for Signed Limited, Out of Print and Currently available reproductions of N. C., Andrew and Jamie Wyeth, along with original and signed limited edition artworks by Regional, National and International artists.

For more information call Barbara J. Moore, Director 610.388.2412 or visit www.awyethgallery.com

Publications who would like high resolution images of Paul's new work for
editorial purposes may call 610.388.2412 or email chaddsford@awyethgallery.com.


 


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