Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks hosts member fairs and literary arts events

Join the Bucks County Arts and Culture Council from noon to 4 p.m. on October 1 and 2 for the closing of the Fall Lounge Members’ Lounge at Freeman Hall on East Court Street in Doylestown.

Stop by to view the exhibition featuring the work of over 125 regional artists, including 250 paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, mixed media works, sculptures, handmade books, ceramics, jewelry, and more. Visitors to the fair continue to comment on the variety of works on display, the breadth of local talent on display, and the historic setting that invites guests to linger and appreciate the work.

The Fall Salon Show is also an opportunity for collectors, all of whom are welcome to view the show and support local artists by making a purchase. Framed and matted works are available for sale.

Additionally, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, October 2, the Council for Arts and Culture will host local authors signing and selling their books, as well as book illustrators showcasing their work. Book genres include fiction, non-fiction, travel memoirs, children’s books, and poetry.






Join and connect with these A&C literary and visual artists: Joe Chelius, Julie Fratrik, Jane Mohler, Margaret Montet, Bernadette McBride, Steve Nolan, David Roth, Bill Wunder, Patricia Goodrich, Julie Standig, Bill Hemmig, Marie Kane and Deborah Hoeffner. Robbin Farr, A&C Literary Arts Committee Member, said: “It’s a great opportunity to meet local authors and talk to them about their work, their inspiration and their style.

Freeman Hall is located at 181 E. Court St. in Doylestown. Free parking is available, and the exhibition and programs are free and open to the public.

For more details on the Bucks County Council for Arts and Culture, to view member galleries, learn more about membership and sponsorship, and to view a calendar of events, visit bucksarts.org.

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