Friday, June 27, 2014

Clare Klaum Original Pastels Can Now Be Purchased At Brath And Hughes Fine Art Gallery




Clare Klaum resides in Mechanicsburg PA. She is a member of the Susquehanna Valley Plein Air Painters, The Mechanicsburg Art Center and the Carlisle Arts Learning Center and Gallery. Her medium of choice is pastel. She creates both studio and plein air paintings.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

May and June Exhibits - Pop Icons by Frederick Swarr and Blown Glass by Michael Peluso


The gallery is full of fun and excitement for May and June. The exhibits opened on First Friday May 2nd and was very well received. Frederick Swarr and Michael Peluso greeted collectors and friends from 6pm - 9pm. The images shown below are just a sampling of the work in the exhibits.

Pop Icons by Frederick Swarr
 



 
 
Blown Glass by Michael Peluso
 





Mileunder and Fred Swarr Live Music and Painting Event Cancelled

Due to a conflict with the band's schedule, the "Painting to Live Music" event for May 16th has been cancelled.

Friday, April 18, 2014

Gallery Hours for Easter Weekend

The Gallery will close at 2pm on Good Friday
 for the Easter Holiday
Have a Wonderful Weekend
 
Iris Series by Mary Beth Brath
7x5" Acrylic on Canvas Panel
 

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Brand New To The Gallery Scene - Introducing the Fine Art of Barry Hammaker - Exclusively at Brath and Hughes

Introducing the Fine Art of
Barry Hammaker
 
Baltimore Oriole by Barry Hammaker
Acrylic
(please excuse glare from glass)
 
Brath and Hughes Fine Art is your exclusive gallery for Barry's impeccable paintings.
 
Graduate of York Academy of Arts
Attended Art Institute of Pittsburgh
After a successful career as a commercial artist, Barry is now creating perfectly drafted compositions for the savvy art collector.
 
For those interested in perfection, this artist's work is a must.
-- Mary Beth Brath
 
 
 
 

Thursday, February 27, 2014

In The Bank Vault For March and April - Solo Exhibit by Rebecca Lesny

Rebecca Lesny
Watercolors

 
 
"It has been quite a while since I have done an art show or any major display of my work, the reason being that I have fallen in love: with libraries! I am currently a full-time graduate student with Drexel University's iSchool of Information Science and Technology. While at first, when I began my graduate program, I was afraid that I would not be able to paint at all, I have found instead that my drive to become a fully-fledged librarian has lent a great deal of extra fluidity to my work. I now see my work as being a release, a chance to relax and step away form the stress of schoolwork. I absolutely adore working with watercolors and creating new, short narratives with the illustrations I am currently creating. They are meant to be peaceful, contemplative, and indicative of nothing beyond the simple joy of putting a brush to paper. In short, I'm having fun; learning new watercolor techniques and creating different textures with a medium that has a mind of its own. I have found a new balance, one that is all about the structure and order of library life on one side, and the chaotic openness of artistic creativity on the other. I fully believe in the importance of libraries and the role they play in society, and I believe this passion has enhanced, and will continue to enhance, the freedom of visual expression that I have found in working in watercolor, and that is wonderful to me." - Rebecca Lesny
 
 

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Undefined Concepts - Steven Fritz Weiss and Lenny Khimishman - March and April Featured Exhibit On The Wall

 
 
Our featured exhibit for March and April is a combination of photography and color washed drawings by 2 established artists from New York City.
 
 
The Market Place by Steven "Fritz" Weiss

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Crazy Love - Take A Look In The Mirror - Brownyn Hughes February Exhibit In The Vault


 
Brownyn has filled the bank vault with Crazy Love!
 
Public Opening Reception Friday February 7th - 6pm - 9pm
 
Live Classical Guitar Music by Christopher Coco
 
The exhibit will continue to hang for the entire month of February