Lo­cal crafts cel­e­brated at the Red Tulip Gallery

The Advance of Bucks County - - BRISTOL AREA -

The re­cent grand open­ing of Red Tulip Gallery in the heart of New­town marks the start of a cel­e­bra­tion of lo­cal artistry. The Bucks County Guild of Crafts­men has founded this co­op­er­a­tive gallery to iPSrRve DFFess WR lRFDlly PDGe fine FrDIW. More than a few mem­bers of the Guild -- 17 to be ex­act -- have cur­rently been ju­ried into the gallery, rep­re­sent­ing a wide range of me­dia.

“New­town is the ideal arts-friendly lo­ca­tion for a Gallery such as this,” said Monique Perry, Co-op artist and Gallery Man­ager. “The unique­ness of the handPDGe SrRGuFWs we RIIer fiW well wiWh Whe DrWisWiF flDvRr RI Whe WRwn DnG Whe FreDWiv­ity of its pop­u­la­tion.” Dur­ing the First Fourth cel­e­bra­tion, the Gallery will host a num­ber of demos in pot­tery, jewelry, chain mail, and more dur­ing the en­tire week­end. The demos are suit­able for all ages and some in­clude hands-on ex­peri- ences.

In sup­port of the Pen­ndel Food Pantry, Red Tulip will be a col­lec­tion point for non-per­ish­able food items. Ev­ery­one bring­ing food to do­nate will be en­tered in D GrDwing IRr giIW FerWi­fiFDWes.

When you visit the Red Tulip Gallery, which is co-lo­cated with Coun­try­side Frames, you are likely to meet one or more of the artists whose work is rep­re­sented, as the par­tic­i­pat­ing mem­bers staff the shop. This is done to en­sure that cusWRPer serviFe is NnRwleGgeDEle DERuW fine craft, and is of the high­est qual­ity. Most of the par­tic­i­pat­ing artists also wel­come cus­tomiza­tion and com­mis­sion re­quests.

Red Tulip Gallery is lo­cated at 2 S. State Street, New­town. Spe­cial hours for First Fourth will be Fri­day 10 - 8, Satur­day 10 - 7, DnG 6unGDy 11 - 5. YRu FDn DlsR finG them on­line at red­tulipcrafts.com or by phone at 267-454-0496.

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