Wednesday, November 30, 2011

"Get Lost" last weekend! (No Bull)

"No Bull" —Hereford Steer, watercolor © Beatrice Bork

It's almost over! I can't believe just how quickly this show seems to have gone. "Get Lost" was an idea Joe Kazimierczyk and I came up with a year ago. We both draw our inspiration from being outdoors. For Joe it's about our local beautiful landscapes, and for me it's about the animals I encounter while in nature. 

Our artwork made a great pairing, and this weekend offers the last look at our featured show at Artists' Gallery in Lambertville, NJ. The gallery is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11am – 6pm. All are welcome to our closing "Coffee and Conversation" reception on Sunday, Dec. 4th, 2 – 5pm, both Joe and I will be there and look forward to capping off our successful show.

Monday, November 21, 2011

"Get Lost" update

"Headbanger" watercolor © Beatrice Bork (sold)
Wow, we’re already 10 days into the “Get Lost” exhibit, time is really flying. The opening was great, it seemed like all had a wonderful time, unfortunately I wasn’t able to able to speak to everyone. And since the opening a few of my pieces have found new homes, thank you for your support!

We will be having one more closing “Coffee and Conversation” event on Sun., Dec. 4th (2-5pm) if you weren’t able to make it to the opening, I hope you’ll get a chance to stop by and say hello!

I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Get lost in a moment, in nature, in discovery

 I’m excited to say that "Get Lost" opened yesterday, and it looks
beautiful (if I do say so myself)! If you enjoy the outdoors this show
is sure to please.

Panorama of the feature room, thanks to Andrew Werth for the photo!

It is a featured duo exhibit including my animal watercolor paintings complemented nicely with landscape oil paintings by Joe Kazimierczyk.

"Jumbie Bird" Watercolor © Beatrice Bork
"Cider Mill Winter" Oil Painting © Joe Kazimierczyk
Both of us do much of our work in nature. Kazimierczyk revels in the peaceful scenery of New Jersey’s farmsteads and back road vistas. While I enjoy the discovery of birds and other animals in a more detailed approach to my subjects in harmony in their natural surroundings.

Join us this evening from 5 to 8:00 pm, as we host a reception at Artists’ Gallery, 18 Bridge Street in Lambertville, NJ.

Art Exhibit: November 11 to December 4, 2011
Coffee and Conversation: Sunday, December 4, 2 to 5 pm
Artists' Gallery,
18 Bridge St. Lambertville, NJ