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    Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery – New Hope

    Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery announces Annual Holiday Small Works Show

    After the disruptions, chaos, and stress of 2020, Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery is pleased to present its Annual Holiday Small Works Show from November 7th through December 30th

    Come and view live during regular business hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 10:00am to 5:00pm, or if you prefer, by appointment – Thursdays or other ‘off’ times. 

    If you want to view virtually, there will be a link posted on our website: www.CanalFrame.com.

    Since there is no opening reception this year (for everyone’s protection), several videos are being created to learn more about the artists’ creative process. 

    Featured artists include Robert Seufert (oil), Stacy Rogers (oil), Jeff Gola (egg tempera), Gail Bracegirdle (watercolor), Joyce Inderbitzen (sculpture/pottery), and artist and famed videographer Bill Jersey.

    Norine Kevolic also created a visual presentation about silverpoint. 

    All will be posted on the website ASAP.

    This year’s participating artists include: Jo-Ann Osnoe, Joyce Inderbitzin and Kathie Jankauskas of Yardley; Shirley Mersky of Newtown; Joanne DiBlasi, Norine Kevolic and Frances Powderly of New Hope; Emily & George Thompson, Lauren Travis, Oz Freedgood, Betty Minnucci, Cindy Roesinger, and Smita Rao of Doylestown; Robert, Alice, and Patrick Seufert of Fairless Hills; Gail Bracegirdle of Bensalem; James Feehan, Susan Roseman, JC Turner, John Kane, Jerry Cable, Monica Etz, and Ron Orlando of Upper Bucks County; Jeff Gola, Kathleen Groom, Joe Kazimierczyk, Janet Purcell and Bill Jersey of New Jersey; and Stacy Rogers of Delaware.

    Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery has been in business for 30 years and is located at 1093 General Greene Road in Washington Crossing – across the street from the famous Washington Crossing Park. 

    The gallery specializes in the sale of original works and prints by Bucks County and other regional artists as well as providing state-of-the-art, quality framing services. 

    Hours of operation are 10:00am to 5:00pm, Tuesday through Saturday, with appointment-only hours on Thursday. 

    For more information, call 215-493-3660 or go to www.CanalFrame.com.

    PHOTO CAP: An acrylic, “Autumn in Bedminster,” by one of the featured artists, Frances Powderly of new Hope. The Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery, in Washington Crossing, will present its Annual Holiday Small Works Show from Nov. 7th to Dec. 30th.

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