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Artists’ Gallery exhibits travel-inspired landscapes

“Red Shed and American Boathouse” is by Michael Schweigart.

Artists’ Gallery presents new landscape paintings by artists Joe Kazimierczyk and Michael Schweigart in an exhibition of their “Wanderings & Wonderings,” running Aug. 9 to Sept. 2.

All are invited to view the exhibit at the gallery at 18 Bridge St,, Lambertville, N.J., and attend the opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11.

In the exhibition, both artists express the sense of wonder and curiosity that they find along their travels and wanderings.

Schweigart’s inspiration comes from taking the road less traveled with his focus on what characterizes a region. Scenes of coastal Maine, parts of eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey make up his part in the show.

Kazimierczyk gathers inspiration from his hiking trips as he wanders the forests and mountains of northern New Jersey.

“The bulk of my work in this show is inspired by two of my favorite hiking destinations: the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, and the Sourland Mountain, which is literally my backyard,” said Kazimierczyk.

Schweigart’s paintings have won awards and are included in many public and private collections. Kazimierczyk is the recipient of many awards, including from juried exhibitions at Phillips Mill, Ellarslie and Artsbridge.

For information, visit Lambertville Arts online.


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