7pm, usually on the last Tuesday of the month, which on depends on our speaker
St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church School Cafeteria, lower level
1 Riverstone Circle
(at Rte. 179/ West Bridge Street – by Staples)
New Hope, PA. 18938
Bring a friend!
- John Ennis to present
John Ennis has been recognized with over a dozen national and international awards for his portrait work. His subjects include hospital presidents, university deans, corporate CEO's, board chairmen, physicians, judges, headmasters and other notable national figures. His work is included in the collections of the U.S. Navy, Drexel University, M.I.T., Princeton Healthcare, Boston Latin School, University of Pennsylvania, University of the Sciences, Foundation for the Carolinas, Massachusetts General Hospital, Temple University and many more. He was educated at the Maryland Institute, College of Art (MICA) and the Art Students League of New York.
In his words, "There are few art forms that lend themselves more to the expression of the human experience than painting a portrait. I use what time I have with a portrait subject to explore their life, their personality, and the perception of the people that know and love them. When I step up to the canvas, I am searching for something about them, their character, their love of life, their place in our world, but ultimately I am expressing my perception of them. It's a shared experience and great fun. Left behind is a short but often intense bonding with an individual, family or group of people, and a legacy that outlives us all."
Figuring Space: A Multi-Media Presentation
Ricardo Barros is a photographer, writer, and curator. His photographs are in the permanent collections of 11 museums, including The Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP), the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Harvard University’s Fogg Art Museum. He received a Fellowship in Photography from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts in 1984. Along with Margaret O’Reilly he curated the 2010 Fine Arts Annual at the New Jersey State Museum. He has served as an advisor to, and curator for, the Arts Council of Princeton, and he has led numerous photography and creativity workshops in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
January 15 Philadelphia Museum of Art with Patrick Connors
February 23 NHAL meeting Artist of the month: Alan Fetterman, Lecture and Demo "Living in an Artistic Lexicon"
March 8 NHAL meeting Artist of the month: Patrick Connors, Lecture “The Chiaroscuro and the Ambiguity of Gloom”
March 12th: Workshop with Patrick Connors
April 5th NHAL meeting, Artist of the month: Georganna Lenssen, Lecture and demo “The Painterly Still Life”
April 9 & 10: Workshop with Georganna Lenssen
May 20 Award reception for Juried Show
7pm NHAL meeting speakers at St. Martin of Tours Church cafeteria (lower level),1 Riverstone Circle, New Hope, PA