Cynthia Back's artwork celebrates landscapes. She is immersed in nature: from a window, walking in it, standing and listening to its sounds, watching shadows and colors dance across water and foliage. Come to the Bethlehem House Gallery to see her work.
Kathleen M. Barrett uses drawing to explore her relationship with the unusual. Often exploiting vintage icons and the idea of traditional landscape artwork, she creates supernatural dreamscape drawings that later become the basis for her prints.
Scott Cantrell works mostly with traditional art materials such as pencil, paper, paint, canvas, photo and ink referentially commenting on the illusions created with these materials.
As humans scavenging through a bleak existence, we wear our anxieties around our heads like a crown of thorns.
Keith Garubba's work is an abstract exploration and critique of the relationship between Art and Science, while celebrating the ornamented spectacles and exhilarating spirit that can thrive that this intersection.
I have been exploring the medium of printmaking for the last 3 years. I was primarily an oil painter before then with a passion for the old masters. I have learned much of the old masters techniques and try to use them in my work.
After working 24 years as a museum educator and university gallery director, I have returned to the printmaking studio. I am studying intaglio with Professor Evan Summer at Kutztown University. I also am a member of The Printmakers’ Society of the Lehigh Valley (PSLV) and Southern Graphics Council (SGC).
My work pushes the boundary between sculpture and collage. When creating, I pull from a large bank of found materials from various sources. I work from an ever-growing collection of paper, pattern and other archival materials.
I begin my artwork with an “automatic” process, which allows me to express sensations of consciousness through line, color and movement.
The majority of my art incorporates monotypes, relief printing, letterpress, book arts, photography, digital, and collaged paper.
My oil paintings distill film-musical images into fading ethereal scenes that transcend their original contexts and illicit dream-like spaces that serve as settings for new narratives.
Anthony lives In the Bronx and Allentown Pennsylvania with a studio at the Banana Factory Art Center in Bethlehem, PA. He has taught at such institutions as the University of Michigan, Parsons, Princeton and Maryland Institute College of Art.
Melissa’s art work is that of 5th generation Artist influenced by a family steeped in Pennsylvania Folk Art.
My black and white prints are meticulous and technical; this tight precision encourages the viewer to look closely.
Lara Holland loves to create with almost any kind of media. She focuses mainly on jewelry, beadery, and metals, enjoying the natural elements of the Earth in her work.
William's passion comes in finding the harmony between different pieces, allowing him to create furniture that's both visually appealing and unique.
Using stone, sea glass, shells, fossils, and art beads Staci Louise Smith creates all of her jewelry and components by hand in her home in South Eastern PA. Purchase her art here.
Inspired by her family and friends, Valerie takes ordinary objects and creates extraordinary lamps.
Kate Hughes' photography collection, “Women Who Inspire” is an ongoing series of women who’ve encouraged positive transformations throughout her life.
Diana Krumins has been described as a homegrown Surrealist. She refers to her photographs, film, woodwork, and sculpture as preoccupations with textures.
Hazem Akil is an international artist from Aleppo, Syria. His work focuses on abstract subjects, and has made more than 30 exhibitions in local and international areas including Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Germany, and the United States.
Joe Billera's life as a painter began in 1985, though he has “doodled” since grade school, being greatly influenced by the drawings of John Lennon and Paul Klee.