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Meet the Artists and Craftspeople Who Will Be At The PathWays PA Art Show April 1!

This is just a partial listing of the many great artists and craftspeople who will be displaying their items at the PathWays PA Art Show on April 1.  Please join us - tickets are just $10, or $25 if you want to join us for our VIP Champagne Preview!  Examples of some of the artwork is in the flyer below.

  • Andrea Agresta: Andrea’s art incorporates her adoration and respect for animals as well as a love for color and design. Working from photographs, she enjoys using several methods of applying acrylic paint on stretched canvas. Andrea has exhibited in juried shows at the Wayne Art Center, the Chester County Art Association and the Montgomery County Guild of Professional Artists. 
  • Ana Delia McCormack: Ana is a fine artist whose work is influenced by her native country of Venezuela as well as the Chiaroscuro style of the old masters. She uses warm colors and high contrast of values technique to create beautiful pieces of art. 
  • Brian Hearns: Brian’s artistic style is contemporary Orphism inspired by Sonia Delaunay and Kandinsky. A member of the Chester County Art Association, Brian is committed to the world of art through painting, sculpture and poetry. His inspiration is the foundation of his family, music and changing the lives of children.
  • Carol Schaeffer: Carol paints in oil, mainly landscapes of Newtown Square and surrounding areas. A member of the Newtown Square Historical Preservation Society, Carol has served on the Board of Artists’ Guild of Delaware County and the Art League. She shows at many art shows in the area and has received ribbons at several. 
  • Cathy Peluso: Cathy has been in a variety of shows over the years, including the Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts show in Philadelphia and the Project Children Show in West Chester. She loves painting animals, flowers and people. Cathy uses both watercolor and acrylic, and describes her style as realistic with a twist.
  • Dane Tilghman: Dane is one of the premier painters of African American art. Collectors of Dane’s artwork include notables such as Dave Winfield, Nelson Mandela, Bill Cosby, the estate of Ossie Davis, Nabisco Corporation and Astra-Zeneca. Dane’s work is also on display at Turner Field in Atlanta and Citizen’s Bank Park in Philadelphia. 
  • Judy Fox: With a strong love for nature and everything that grows, Judy attempts to capture color and form on paper and canvas. Traveling has greatly widened the scope of her subject matter. Judy is currently a member of the Philadelphia Sketch Club and the Plastic Club. 
  • Linda Turoczi: Linda is a plein air painter in the impressionist style who spends her time painting in Truro, MA and East Coventry, PA. She paints and exhibits with Joan Hopkins Coughlin of The Golden Cod Gallery, The Truro Group, The Wayne Art Association and The Delaware County Art Association.
  • Madeleine Kelly: Madeleine is an artist and an educator who enjoys working with all mediums, particularly pastels and oils. She has been featured in American Artist and her work can be found in private collections throughout the U.S. Madeleine is a signature member of the Philadelphia Watercolor Society and the Maryland Pastel Society. 
  • Marie Harris: Marie primarily works in oils, acrylics, watercolor and pastels. She enjoys painting flowers, landscapes, city & travel scenes, still life, portraits, people in settings and abstracts. Marie is a board member of Delaware Valley Art League and an associate member of the Philadelphia Watercolor Society.
  • Martin May: Marty specializes in finely detailed pen and ink of wildlife and historic buildings, as well as pet, private home and commercial building portraits. Marty’s work can be found in galleries and shows throughout the United States as well as in private and corporate collections throughout North America, Europe and China. His art has won numerous awards and has been published in books, sporting magazines and newspapers.
  • Nick Santoleri: Nick is nationally recognized for the rich detail and realistic style of his watercolors. His port¬folio includes landscapes, still-life and portraits in watercolor, oil, pencil as well as pen and ink. Nick is a member of the Philadelphia Sketch Club and continues to develop his artistic talent with classes at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
  • Rob Savage: Rob’s work includes landscapes and floral depictions in a “Fauvist” style. He has been honored with numerous awards and has been recognized by many juried exhibits. Rob is a current member of the Chester County Art Association, past president of the Narberth Art Association and past member of the Delaware County Artist Guild.
  • Rinal Parikh: Rinal’s art reflects the heritage and vibrant culture of her native India. She has exhibited at The Creative Living Room in Swarthmore, Swarthmore Borough Hall and the Tyme Gallery in Havertown. Rinal is treasurer of Swarthmore Friends of Arts and a member of the Media Art Council; she also teaches children’s and adult watercolor classes in Swarthmore.
  • Veronica Gledhill: Veronica’s artistic style is expressionistic realism. Her work reflects a range of experience as her choice of painting subjects can be the still beauty of a person, place, object, abstract expression or a sometimes stark allegorical image.
  • Anita DiPietro: Anita creates unique, contemporary jewelry designs with an earthy, organic flair. Her jewelry is fabricated from sterling silver, copper, brass, semi-precious stones, glass, fossils and sometimes found objects. All pieces are hand crafted using traditional metal working techniques.
  • Markels Roberts: Markels owns the Diving Cat Studio and Gallery in Phoenixville, PA, where she creates pottery and glass art and jewelry. When sculpting, she enjoys working with earthenware, red clay, stoneware and porcelain. Markels also creates original jewelry using Italian glass from Murano.
  • Robert Grieb: Bob is a PathWays PA board member who creates photographic art. His work ranges from photography to watercolors and paintings. Bob rarely travels anywhere without his camera and enjoys creating art from the everyday inspirations that surround him.
  • Chris Kendig: Chris is an independent freelance photographer whose work has been published in numerous magazines, catalogs, websites and advertisements. By applying his photographic training rooted in the artistic, documentary and photojournalism traditions, Chris uses the camera as a tool for investigating the incredible world around him.


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