2016 Traditional Artisan's Preview Show
Delaware Valley College - Student Center - 700 East Butler Avenue, Doylestown, PA 18901

Bedminster Traditional Artisan Show - Doylestown PA


Artist Review
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The 2016 Traditional Artisan's Preview Show is being held for the 7th year. This show is organized by Leonard Marschark who is one of the craftsmen and 18th Century Clockmaker. This show is designed to benefit Bedminster Land Conservancy and is located at the Upper Bucks County Vocational Technical School in Bedminster PA. You will meet more than 40 Artisans and their incredible hand crafted treasures. All the artisans are nationally recognized.

Museum Quality Artistry from some of the country's most respected artisans. This show will exceed your expectations! You are invited to see and meet more than 40 Artisans and their incredible hand crafted treasures, gathered together here in Doylestown PA for this wonderful Artist organized show.

 

SHOW NAME:
2014 Bedminster Traditional Artisan's Preview Show

WHEN:
September 17th & 18st, 2016

Where: (New Location)
Delaware Valley College - Student Center - 700 East Butler Avenue, Doylestown, PA 18901 - Campus Map


SHOW TIMES:

Saturday, September 17th - 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday, September 18th - 10 am to 4 pm

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Admission Price:
$8.00 per person
$2.00 off with show post card

We Have Tickets
We have FREE tickets available!

The tickets are offered based on the sequence in which the email requests are receive.

Please click on the tickets shown to the left. Make sure you tell us your postal address and the names of the people attending this great show.


 

 

 


More Information About The Show:

Artists Attending This Years Show - Click Here
Examples of the Artist Work - Click Here

Just some of the new designs
Nancy will be bringing to
the Bedminster Show!


THE ART OF THEOREM PAINTING

Theorems are oil paintings on eggshell colored velvet. Each painting is hand painted by the artist with the use of a stencil. They are not mass-produced.

Each theorem starts as a numbered line drawing. The numbers represent position not color. The stencil is then cut from the line drawing. Each stencil and the correct color is then applied to the cotton velveteen fabric. The numbered stencils are then used in sequence to complete a finished theorem. Theorems are true American Folk Art which can be found in Museums throughout the United States.

 


Click here
if you would like to make sure Nancy brings a theorem to the Bedminster Show that you have
seen featured in one of our galleries.

 

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