Current Exhibitions

Paul Harryn: Essence of Nature

Sun, 01/19/2014 - Sun, 05/18/2014

For the past decade, artist Paul Harryn has lived and created at “Arcadia,” his rural studio near the Delaware River between Upper Bucks County and the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Here, surrounded by nature, he has been able to focus on the development of his art: paintings, drawings, writings, films, and original music scores. His interests are wide ranging and regularly lead him across disciplinary divisions to parallel territories in philosophy, psychology, history, politics, chemistry, and theology.

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Assemblage: Contemporary Fiber Art

Wed, 11/27/2013 - Sun, 05/18/2014

This exhibition in Goodman Gallery--which has been extended beyond the original closing date of February 23--features stunningly singular artworks by six regional fiber artists who integrate various forms of media to achieve powerful results. Peggy Hobbs's horsehair sweater, titled Inside Out (1980s), and Linda Friedman Schmidt's dramatic Run Riding Hood (2005) are two examples of contemporary fiber art that challenges expectations and convention.

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British Pop Prints

Wed, 03/26/2014 - Sun, 06/22/2014

Celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the musical “British Invasion,” this exhibition highlights twenty three (about one-tenth) of the Museum’s extensive holdings of British Pop prints. Although pop art is most commonly associated with Americans such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, it was actually a British invention, dating to 1956, five years earlier than American pop.

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