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Pieces and Places of Bucks County Art Show at Stover Mill Gallery

Two renowned Bucks County Artists: Ilene Rubin and Kathleen McSherry.

One is a painter of places and things related to the bucolic surrounding environs. The other, a sculptor who utilizes unique and locally found elements.

Ilene Rubin and Kathleen McSherry will present Pieces and Places of Bucks County at The Stover Mill Gallery weekends beginning Saturday, August 28th through September 26th, 2021.

Open 1:00-5:00pm, and mid-week by appointment. Sponsored by the Tinicum Civic Association, The Stover Mill Gallery is at 852 River Road in Erwinna.For more information contact Stover Mill at 610-294-9420.

Ms. Rubin is a self-taught artist who has lived in Elkins Park, Thousand Oaks, California, Boulder, Colorado and now calls Doylestown home. She has received numerous awards, including the Ty Hodanish award for Oil Painting in the Artsbridge 2021 Member Show in March 2021, and is also a published author of two novels. She is a participating artist in the 2021 Bucks County Chamber of Commerce Virtual Studio Artist Tour and was the Featured Artist in Bucks County Magazine in June 2021. She is a member of most Bucks County Art organizations and previously served as Vice President of the New Hope Art League. She is currently the Artist of Bristol Chair of the Art Show at the Lower Bucks Hospital.

Kathleen McSherry has a longstanding appreciation for the abandoned and obscure. Her approach to sculpture can be described as archaeological. Her work references multiple strata of American culture, refusing to be tethered to a singular aesthetic. Her choice of composition and media are benefited through their familiarity, giving the chimeric aspects of her sculpture a sense of uncanniness, yet wonder. This observational quality in McSherry’s work is self-evident; her media is as much the refuse of modern culture as it is the thematic components of our everyday lives.

PHOTO CAP: Two-woman show at Stover Mill Art Gallery, Erwinna.

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