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elebrating his 65th year as a professional artist, Al Lachman continues to blaze his own trail onto the national and Bucks County art scene. Originally from New York City, Lachman has lived and worked in the New Hope area for the last 20 years. “I have sold my paintings throughout the U.S. and abroad, but this is where I want to be.” Lachman’s exhibition for his 65th Annual Show, Landscapes of the Mind and Soul, will be on display from November 9–December 29, 2019 at his gallery in Peddler’s Village. The 65th Annual Show will seek to reflect the full range of his paintings from realism to abstraction. Lachman explains, “All art is abstract to some degree. It is either one percent abstract or one hundred percent abstract or somewhere in between. We are all unique…there is no one that is exactly like another, and it is that uniqueness within the artist that manifests itself into the work, therefore making it a work of art.” Lachman paints every day. He is driven by his insatiable desire to do so. Having studied art at Syracuse University, the School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League of NYC, as well as an instructor at the League, most of what he has learned



and accomplished he has achieved on his own. As Degas aptly said, “You spend your first lifetime learning how to do it, and your second lifetime unlearning everything that you were taught … and that’s when you really become an artist.” Each beginning of a painting is different for Lachman, and he works with many mediums (oil, acrylic, pastel, charcoal, etc.) often within the same painting. Lachman explains, “Each medium has its own personality … things it can do and things it cannot. So when I put them together in the same painting, I can achieve something truly unique. I am a morning painter. I get up and I go to work. I then say to myself … how can I paint this differently than I have ever painted it before? I challenge myself with the possibility of failure so that I can find new edges within myself … but I don’t allow it to fail. I stay with it, as long as it takes, until the magic is there.” “Painting is what I do … it is who I am. But in the end, the art that I create is all that’s important … not me.” For more information, contact Lachman Gallery, 215-7945500 or visit



arbara Lewis is a professional artist residing in Buckingham, Pennsylvania. She is known for her landscapes, still lifes, but increasingly she paints portraits in oil. She says, “There is such beauty and depth to peoples' faces and it is a constant challenge to first capture what I see and then convey it successfully to the viewer. Light plays a key part in defining form and focus and oil paint is a rich and pliant tool for describing light and shadow. I like to achieve a strong likeness of my subject without being a photorealist. Using a "painterly realist" style, I might render a face with detail but a background with less focus and more feel.” Barbara’s inspiration comes from many artists, past and present. “I am amazed at the bravura of Franz Hals in his powerful portraits of important and everyday people. In person, the atmospheric chiaroscuro of Rembrandt is so evocative. Philip deLazlo inspires me with the movement and life he was able to bring into his many portraits, and with the obvious joy he got from a long art career. John Singer Sargent's work shows such virtuosity.” Barbara Lewis attended PAFA to improve her drawing and painting skills and continued that at Studio Incamminati, the atelier started by Nelson Shanks. She says, “I had been unable to find such classical training earlier in my career; it seemed to be so out of fashion. Finally, though, I was able to spend days at a time drawing and then painting from life. I was able to learn from other instructors about how to truly see and paint color. Daniel Greene and Michael Shane Neal were generous and knowledgeable teachers, as well as inspiring artists. In turn, I have tried to teach other aspiring artists in my home studio over the years. For more information, visit Call 215-340-0842 or email Barbara at barbara@barbaralewisfin to schedule a time.



hristian Corey is a Plein Air painter from Perkasie who has been painting the bucolic countryside of Bucks County since the 1990s. Besides his enchanting landscapes, Chris also paints still lifes and seascapes. He has had several one man exhibitions and has exhibited in national exhibitions. He has been a member of The Philadelphia Sketch Club since 2001, a charter and advisory board member of the International Plein Air Painters and former regional editor of Plein Air Magazine. Chris has been featured in Bucks County Magazine and taught classes on painting in the great outdoors. He is now returning to his art after taking off for family obligations. He is now pursuing his art career with renewed enthusiasm. Christian also puts his creativity and skills as a master craftsman to good use through his design/build construction company Corey-Built, Inc. Restoring renovating and improving the historic homes of Bucks County. For more information, call 267-249-8779 or visit F A L L 2 0 1 9 99



rtefact was established in 1987 by three architects seeking to create an environment where architectural elements and artifacts from the past could be uniquely displayed and purchased. Their store is open to the public and situated in an eighteenth century stone barn with half an acre of formal gardens. The majority of the inventory is antique and includes fireplace mantels, stained and beveled glass windows, doors and entryways, interior and exterior lighting, decorative objects, furniture, and garden appointments. In the formal gardens, you will find antique and reproduction garden pieces in bronze, iron, marble, stone, terracotta and wood. Artefact carries one of the largest selections of antique fireplace mantels on the east coast. Their collection of mantels range from the late eighteenth century to the early twentieth century and are available in wood, marble, slate, and stone. Artefact strives to carry a diverse array of decorative objects to accent your home or business. Whether it be a Coney Island Derby Horse for the family room or a carved stone Bacchus head for the garden, Artefact will fulfill your vision for the extraordinary. If you

do not see what you need on our website, we invite you to visit our showroom in Bucks County, PA. Artefact is located at 790 Edison Furlong Road, Furlong PA. for more information, call 215-7948790 or visit

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he Bucks County Antiques Dealers Association proudly presents the 73rd annual Antiques Show on November 9 and 10. The event is located at the Event Center by Cornerstone at the Eagle Fire Company on Rt. 202 & Sugan Road in New Hope, PA. The times are Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4p.m. Admission fee is $6.00. Children under 16 free and there is free parking. This is the largest antiques show in Bucks County and one of the best in the Delaware Valley. For more information, see the website at or call 215-290-3140. 102




he Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show highlights the very best in contemporary craft and design. Show dates are November 8-10, 2019 with a Preview Party on November 7. This year, 195 artists from the United States plus 22 guest artists from Israel will participate in the Show held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Meet the artists and hear firsthand how they create works in fiber, glass, metal, wood and clay. Work is available for sale. Produced by The Women’s Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this annual juried Craft Show is a fundraiser for the Museum. Over the last 42 years more than $13 million in proceeds went to the Museum. The impact of the Show can be seen throughout the Museum with funds used to support the purchase of equipment, publications, programs including the Art Splash family program, and special exhibitions. “This year’s show will continue our long-standing tradition of bringing the finest in contemporary craft and design to Philadelphia”, says Show Chair Anja Levitties. “We are excited for our visitors to join us over the weekend of November 8-10 as we welcome master craftspeople, emerging artists, and guest artists from Israel.” The Show is held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 12th & Arch St, Philadelphia, PA. For more information and to purchase tickets, call 215-684-7930 or visit:

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ean Childs Buzgo’s new Solo Exhibition, Explorations, is her largest and most diverse show to date. Her newest body of work will have over 40 new pieces created over the last 18 months. Her distinctive, energetic brushstrokes are juxtaposed with balanced compositions and invigorated with a mood-driven new color palette. “Exploring different color mixes, subjects and approaches keeps things fresh and exciting for me.” In addition to local Bucks and Hunterdon County scenes, there are dramatic and intense garden scenes, created mostly from imagination and “a desire to paint in a stream of consciousness, free-flowing form, letting nature take over.” Buzgo further explains, “Nature provides the best subjects, composition and story, you’ve just got to harness it. Capturing my explorations in paint and creating lasting images of these inspirational scenes that people can enjoy for years to come is my goal. I’m translating my experiences with nature, architecture and an emotional reaction to these places. I want people to feel as if they are there in the moment.” Opening Receptions are Saturday, September 28th 5-8pm & Sunday, September 29th 1-4 pm at The Silverman Gallery in Buckingham PA. The show will run through October 27th.



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uilt in 1839, The People’s Store is at the center of what’s happening in historic Lambertville, located in the midst of the many antique and art galleries, B&Bs, fine restaurants and sightseeing. You will experience a rich assortment and collections of European, American and Asian antique furniture, silver, porcelain, paintings, jewelry, vintage clothing, accessories, books, etc., in galleries on four floors. Simply put, something for everyone in friendly atmosphere. We invite you to experience the many galleries that comprise The People’s Store Antique and Design Center. Browsers, casual as well as serious shoppers, collectors, dealers, and interior design-



ers are all welcome. Come and explore everything we have to offer in a comfortable and charming environment. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will welcome you. We are open seven days, 362 days a year. The People’s Store is truly a one of-a-kind antiques mall with over 50 dealers, ready to make your trip to the Lambertville, NJ, New Hope, PA, and Bucks County areas a memorable visit. The People’s Store is located at 28 N. Union Street, Lambertville, New Jersey. For more information, call 609-397-9808 or visit



how starting with a reception on Sunday November 3 from 1 p.m.-4p.m. Yes, Virgina, an oil painting by Jerry Cable, is just one of the many fine pieces in the show which includes a variety of styles and mediums but are all smaller in scale. Works will change throughout the show which continues through the end of the year. Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery is located at 1093 General Greene Rd. in Washington Crossing, PA 18977. For more information about the gallery, the show or framing, call 215-493-3660 or visit

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n December 1978, David M. Mancuso Antiques opened its doors in the historic former Solebury Baptist Church on Route 202 in New Hope, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. David’s interest in antiques started at an early age when as a teenager, he started frequenting antiques shops. “I used to go to the Brimfield, Massachusetts markets and camp out in the back of my van with my Golden Retriever, Rusty,” recalled Mancuso. “I opened my first shop in the mid-seventies in Red Bank, New Jersey.” At age 21, the young entrepreneur discovered Bucks County and its vibrant antiques and art scene. One year later, he opened his shop at the Old Church. In the early 1980s, Mancuso began exhibiting at major antiques shows. By the mid 1980s, the business started to cultivate many advantageous relationships with collectors, decorators and dealers; many of who still frequent the shop today. By the mid 1990s, long-time friends, father and son Jonas and Richard Ewing, came on board to assist at the antiques shop, supplying additional and diverse inventory to the already fabulous stock offered at the Old Church. Today, the shop maintains an ever-changing inventory of a wide range of antiques including American & Continental furniture, country / high country, decorative, accessories, paintings, prints, garden, architectural, modern, folk art, pottery, glass, religious, textiles and much more. David M. Mancuso Antiques at the Old Church is located at 6075 Rt. 202 & Upper Mountain Rd., New Hope, PA. for more information, call 215794-5009 or visit



n 1889 the painter William Lathrop came to Bucks County and founded an artist colony that would later be known as the New Hope School of Pennsylvania Impressionism. Bucks County, its inimitable light qualities and spirited scenery of all seasons attracted artists from far and wide. Painters like Henry Snell, Edward Redfield, Daniel Garber, George Sotter, John Folinsbee, Harry Leith-Ross, Antonio Martino, Fern Coppedge, Rae Sloan Bredin, Kenneth Nunamaker, Walter Baum and others came to paint, to settle, and to contribute their magic to the evolution of Bucks County’s thriving artistic and intellectual culture that remains vibrant to this day. The Beauty of Bucks County, an exhibition of Pennsylvania Impressionism, was inspired by preservation efforts of the land, the history, and the cultural heritage of Bucks County. One local organization’s dedication to the protection of significant open spaces, natural resources, and our historic heritage has resulted in the preservation of nearly 15,000 acres of open space, farmland, wildlife habitat, and important watershed areas in Bucks and Montgomery counties. It seemed like a natural choice to partner 110


with Heritage Conservancy in this special exhibition and dedicate a portion of the proceeds to their mission. The Beauty of Bucks County opens to the public on October 6, 2019, following an invitational celebration to honor community members and members of Heritage Conservancy. To accompany this very important exhibition, Gratz Gallery is proud to introduce the publication of Artists of Bucks County Timeline—Early Impressionist Period. This poster sized historic timeline records the arrival dates of the early and most influential Pennsylvania Impressionists to Bucks County. Gratz Gallery and Conservation Studio has been a leading authority on American Art and an important member of the Bucks County art community for almost 40 years. Specializing in 19th and 20th century American paintings, with a focus on artists from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the New Hope School of Impressionism. Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio is located at 5230 Silo Hill Road, Doylestown, PA. For more information, call 215-348-2500 or visit



im and Leslie O’Brien are enthused about their antiques store, The Pickers Junction. Leslie says, “We are living our dream. It is always a journey.” Beginning with flea markets and then opening their first store in Quakertown, the couple moved the store to Sellersville in 2014. This store, a former warehouse, is more spacious than their Quakertown store has over 5000 Square feet and it is the place to come for antiques, vintage, and unique finds. Their 19 vendors sell everything from toys to furniture to World War II relics. “And we don’t just sell antiques,” Leslie says. At the Pickers Junction you can find jewelry,

lamps, kitchenware, lighting, décor, art, reclaimed hardware and every kind of treasure you can imagine. New items come every in every day. Stop in to and visit The Pickers Junction and find your treasure. The store is open Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The store is closed on Mondays. The Pickers Junction is located at 220 Main Street, Sellersville, PA. For more information, call 215-500-1969 or 215-257-5008 or visit



im Lukens, Bucks County born Impressionist painter was schooled at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and Barnstone Studios. Jim's work is viewed and collected as a quintessential addition to the area's vibrant art scene. After years of forays, Lukens settled in Richland Township, Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania where he maintains a home and studio. He has opened up the Main Street Gallery in Quakertown after a decade of being represented by the Chapman Gallery of Doylestown, PA. Jim has generously opened his heart and expertise to teach students from beginning to the familiar in the techniques of oil painting, encouraging them to embrace their own style. Main Street Gallery is full of original oil paintings. And Jim welcomes inquiries about commissioned works. He also offers framed, hand-enhanced giclée images. Main Street Gallery is located at 1236 W Broad St, Quakertown, PA. For more information, call 610-442-4112 or visit F A L L 2 0 1 9 111

ANTIQUES CENTER AT PEOPLE’S STORE 28 N. Union Street, Lambertville, NJ 609-397-9808 The legendary antiques center dating to 1839, anchoring “antiques row” in the center of beautiful Lambertville, just across the bridge from New Hope. Housing fifty dealers plus working artists, The People’s Store features antiques of all periods, including furniture, art, silver, jewelry, vintage clothing, books, lighting, mid-century, primitive, architectural & industrial. 7 days, 10 AM to 6PM.

“Lilacs” oil on canvas 18” x 24”

“Still Life with an Inner Glow”Exquisite Textural Classics by

JUNE L. MAXWELL, PSA, Master Pastelist Original Paintings in Pastel and Oil

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ANTIQUES IN THE OLD CHURCH DAVID MANCUSO 6075 Route 303 & Upper Mountain Road New Hope, PA 215-794-5009 A changing inventory with a wide range of antiques including American, Continental, Country/High Country, Furniture, Accessories, Paintings, Prints Garden/Architectural, Modern, Folk Art, Religious and Textiles. ARTEFACT ARCHITECTURAL ANTIQUES Rt. 263, The Village Barn Furlong, PA 215-794-8790 Our store is open to the public and situated in an eighteenth century stone barn with half an acre of formal gardens. The majority of our inventory is antique and includes fireplace mantels, stained and beveled glass windows, doors and entryways, interior and exterior lighting, decorative objects, furniture, and garden appointments. In the formal gardens, you will find antique and reproduction garden pieces in bronze, iron, marble, stone, terra cotta, and wood.

BARBRA LEWIS PORTRAITS AND FINE ART Doylestown, PA 215-340-0842 Long time artist, teacher and resident of the Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Barbara Lewis trained at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and at Studio Incamminati, both in Philadelphia. Working mainly in oil, she paints portraits, still life, figurative and animals.

BUCKS COUNTY ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION Newtown, PA The Bucks County Antiques Dealers are an 112


association of professional Antique Dealers located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and the surrounding area, who are dedicated to the preservation and advancement of quality Antiques and Collectibles.


CANAL FRAME-CRAFTS GALLERY 1093 General Greene Rd. Washington Crossing, PA 215-493-3660 We are not just another frame shop, but a fullservice gallery. Featuring both originals and prints, we represent many fine local artists. We have also received awards for our custom framing. Check our our website for scheduled events and holiday hours. FALLSINGTON ANTIQUE & CRAFT SHOP 4 Yardley Avenue Fallsington, PA 215-295-0251 The Antique & Craft Shop provides a charming selection of collectibles and antiques appropriate to Fallsington. You’ll find candles, vintage dressers, linens, pottery, stenciled slates, primitive cupboards, antique country tables & chairs and antique lighting. HEART OF THE HOME 28 S. Main St., New Hope, PA 215-862-1880 Handmade American crafts and functional, well designed pieces for the home and garden. We strive to find the unusual and one-of-akind piece. Handling glass, jewelry, wood, pottery, paper products and more.


LACHMAN GALLERY 65th ANNUAL SHOW Nov. 9 – Dec. 8, 2019 Peddler’s Village | 215.794.5500 |

LACHMAN GALLERY Peddlers Village, Rt. 202, Lahaska, PA 215-794-5500 Renowned for his pastels as well as his oil paintings, Al Lachman is a Master colorist. He is recognized for his expressive painterly style and luminous paintings of barns and landscapes of Bucks County and beyond. MAKEFIELD COLLECTION OF ANTIQUES AND ART 215-598-8830 761 Durham Road Route 413, Pineville, PA Over 7,000 square feet and 50 plus vendors. You will find a charming atmosphere with many fine antiques and vintage items, from furniture, collectibles, fine art, pottery, jewelry and linens. MAXWELL STUDIO/GALLERY 215-884-2401


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Her work is described at “Still Life with an Inner Glow.” June Maxwell creates textural classics in pastel and oil from her studio and gallery. MICHENER ART MUSEUM 138 S. Pine St, Doylestown, PA 215-340-9800 The Doylestown-based museum has 35,400 square feet of space, with a landscaped courtyard, an outdoor sculpture garden and terrace built in the original prison yard, seminar and conference facilities, a museum shop and café, and the George Nakashima Reading Room. As a regional art museum whose principal focus is Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the Michener Art Museum collects both historic and contemporary American works, with a focus on the art of Bucks County. NOSTALGIC NOOK 591 Durham Road Newtown, PA 215-598-8837 We have a wide selection of antiques, garden decor, collectibles, antique hardware and more. Changing inventory every week.Come vist us in Carosel Village. OLD SOUL ANTIQUES 141 E. Broad Street Quakertown, PA 18951 267–500–2134

Old Soul Antiques has many interesting antiques, collectibles, books and an art gallery. It has 12 rooms and about 40 vendors.Owner Jason Moffet says he’s been collecting since he was very young and has always had a passion for things that were old. And, while Jason continues to add to his collection he has shops inside that herents and still has few spaces left. PATRICIA HUTTON GALLERIES 47 West State Street, Doylestown, PA 215-348-1728 A fine art gallery located in the charming historic district of Doylestown, specializing in Impressionism and Realism by renowned Bucks County and New England artists. We also offer small antiques, vintage and antique sterling silver and etched glass. We also carry artisan crafted, hand painted wooden bowls, decoys, pottery, and fine frames. PICKERS JUNCTION 220 Main Street, Sellersville, PA 215-500-1969 www.The The Picker's Junction features multiple vendors with a variety of antiques, collectibles, and gifts. We feature antiques and curiosities.

SILVERMAN GALLERY 4920 York Road, Route 202 Holicong, PA 215-794-4300 The Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionistic Art is committed to promoting the next generation of fine artists painting in the Impressionistic style. These proven, award-winning artists carry on the tradition of such eminent painters as Edward Redfield, Fern Coppedge, Daniel Garber and the other fine artists that produced a legacy of creative expression reflecting the beauty of Bucks County. It offers affordable, investment quality original art for collection and investment. STONE HOUSE ANTIQUES CENTER 3292 Durham Road (Rt. 413) Doylestown, PA 267-544-0574 A historic 19th century manor, now home to dealers in great American, English, European, mid-century, and industrial antiques, plus art, jewelry, and vintage collectibles. Conveniently located a few minutes from Peddler’s VillageLahaska, New Hope and Doylestown, and across from the Mechanicsville Post Office on Rt 413. 7 Days 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Antiques • Vintage • Furniture • Primitives and lots more! 220 Main Street, Sellersville, PA / 215-500-1968

Antiques Garden Decor Collectibles Antique Hardware

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Bucks County Arts & Antique Guide 2019  

Bucks County Magazine’s Arts & Antique guide features the area galleries, local artisans, antiques, collectors, and craftsman.

Bucks County Arts & Antique Guide 2019  

Bucks County Magazine’s Arts & Antique guide features the area galleries, local artisans, antiques, collectors, and craftsman.