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Tyler Park Center for the Arts

Just off the beaten path, down a tree-lined drive, secreted along the edge of the forest lies a special place where all are welcome to explore.

People of all ages gather in this place called Tyler Park Center for the Arts where friends are made and dreams are realized.

Kids Mondays, Teen Tuesdays and many adult offerings in a multitude of mediums are right at your fingertips.

Stroll along the edge of the wild flower field where Monarch’s float and honey bees forage.

Collect some special leaves for pottery imprints, wander the large-scale sculpture area for inspiration during a break from torchworking glass. Explore possibilities of felt-making and learn techniques to create one of the oldest forms of textiles using natural fibers or create your own beautiful jewelry accents and embellishments in Precious Metal Clay, an alchemical process for fine silver jewelry making.

Art Instruction feels more like inspired self-exploration with attentive teachers and a supportive community, drawn to let their creativity flow.

Setting aside time for theatrical performances like Lisa Bonner’s “Facing the Bull,” a macrocosmic view of American society seen through the journey of the main character on November 2nd, or Crafts in the Meadow Fine Art and Craft Show on October 19th and 20th, in this special environment provide opportunities to enjoy this historic building and grounds in the heart of Bucks County.

“Gifts such as this are to be treasured, appreciated, utilized,” shares Jennifer Miller, founder of Tyler Park Center for the Arts. “The act of driving into the park is alone calming. Taking it further as we explore a new path leading to a sweet, clear stream might just lead us to the next step of expressing those feelings of peace and clarity through our art.” For more info visit Tyler Park Arts.org, Earth Center Pottery.com, or call 267-218-0290.

PHOTO CAP: Jennifer Miller, Director working on the pottery wheel. Pottery is one of the many classes offered at TPCA.