Bucks County Herald

"Magnificent Seven" exhibition in Newtown features Bucks artists

“Best Buds” is an oil painting by Diane Greenberg.

Seven Bucks County artists are featured at the Raymond James offices, 4 Caufield Place, Newtown, in the “Art in the Workplace” program.

The “Magnificent Seven” exhibition is ongoing and has a reception with the artists from 5 to 8 p.m.

Thursday, June 22. It will be a catered event, open to the public, RSVP at 215-497-7490.

Artwork is by Jane Ramsey, Tom Foral, Donna D. Lovely, Diane Greenberg, Margaret Anderson, Cindy Roesinger and Pearl Mintzer, all published artists who have won awards and exhibited extensively in the Delaware Valley and beyond.

Ramsey finds joy in plein air painting and is “compelled to paint the vanishing landscapes, pastoral vistas, barns and farms of Bucks County.” She works in watercolors.

Anderson combines a weekly plein air outing with almost daily studio work, which “has generated hundreds of paintings, some of which have sold while still wet.”

Foral has been a portrait painter for more than 50 years. His portrait of Princess Grace is the official portrait of the Princess Grace Theater in Monaco.

Mintzer’s work is defined by dramatic color and whimsy. Her style is photo realism with an infusion of levity and wild, vibrant color. She is a designer, photographer, digital artist and painter.

Roesinger is a self-taught oil painter. Working mostly Alla Prima, there is an energy and vibration created in her current work that emphasizes essential movement, form and color, while eliminating extraneous detail.

Greenberg has painted in watercolor and oils, and in 2009, began experimenting in drawing again. She enjoys experimenting with colored pencils.

Lovely is a fine art and freelance photographer. She transforms traditional photographs, turning them into thoughtful, emotional and sometimes surreal works of art.



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