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For the month of February Harmony Brookside gallery is proud to show "The Holding Heart" exhibition from Chester artist, Mou Saha. A successful illustrator and talented mixed media artist, Mou's pieces are charming and delightful, embracing the whimsy of love.
Exhibition runs from 4-29 February 2020
Andrea Geller's "Bath Series portrayed the ritual of bathing, inspiring renewal of body, mind and spirit. Stunning oils on square wood panels were a delight for the senses.
December exhibition celebrated prints by talented artists. With whimsy and charm, these kid-focused prints included a donation to a school library in New Jersey.
A fascinating collection of original pieces showcasing American dwellings from artist, Denise Bobinski. This exhibit highlighted the contrast in architectural style between Newark and Sante Fe, Provincetown and Abiquiu. Influenced by Normal Rockwell, Denise's pastel works draws our focus to the human need for shelter.
Presenting a new series of colorful Mandalas, Delia's incredible artworks mesmerized and enchanted. This exhibition also featured a collection of off-the-wall sculptures from Mexico.
Justin Brubaker's impressionistic oil seascapes and landscapes perfectly captured the joy of Cape Cod. Justin's use of light, color and simple composition brought the seas to life. Breathtaking.
As part of Harmony Brookside’s Gallery Al Fresco event, the August exhibition comprised one work from each artist involved in the outdoor show, with a portion of each sold piece donated to the Unstoppable Girls BCC fundraiser.
Bold and eye-catching, Gregory Egan's digital paintings made for a joyful exhibition. With a retro feel and whimsical angle these colorful canvases were a big hit!
Showcasing Nick Kobyluch's wonderful, vibrant, contemporary watercolors of English landscapes as a celebration of the gallery's one year anniversary.
Part Two of Daryl Hastings' fabulous paintings, this was a whole range of subjects captured beautifully on paper, from florals to barns and fields to gorges.
Part One of contemporary artist, Daryl Hasting's exhibitions, "Barns and Abstrations" showcased the connections between realistic and abstract art.
"Love & Diversity" was our February theme with Martin Slayne's Parisien images and British telephone boxes. People-watching on the gallery wall.
Showcasing her gentle, calming trees capes in oil and watercolor, Shy Raguso took us on an impressionistic walk in the woods.
Local graphic artist, Katie Angell, brought her witty, whimsical prints to the gallery for a sell-out festive month.
Commercial photographer, David Patino's "Beards: So Cool" exhibition was the inspiration and showpiece of a month of fundraising for men's health issues.
From The Gemini Company, our Curious Halloween exhibition featured shrunken heads, decorative skulls and other curiosities.
Susan's inspiration from the colors of sky and seascapes created a calming, ethereal gallery experience.
From the Sante Fe studio of professional photographer Burt Plotkin, we loved hosting these colorful, uplifting pieces of art.
These vibrant, lively watercolors of London landmarks marked the first US exhibition of this British artist.
Showcasing works on metal, plexiglass and glass, Alison's gorgeous art brought spring vibrancy and color to the gallery's opening exhibition.
If you would like to submit work for exhibit in Harmony Brookside's gallery please email email@example.com with a sample of your work, details of where you have exhibited previously and indication of price range.