Friday, January 30, 2009

The Whitmoyer Art Studio & Gallery

Received via comment today:

The Whitmoyer Art Studio & Gallery is a family-run establishment devoted to promoting artistic and cultural activities in a rural setting. We are located just outside Millville, a charming little community nestled in the Pennsylvania countryside.

William Whitmoyer and his daughter Giselle produce most or their work on site and we host other local artists. We currently carry original artworks and reproductions by Christopher Badalucco, Dona Blue, Lynne Fiocchi, Mark Golomb, Larry Ney II, Jo Thompson Pennypacker, Lori Reese, Paul Remaley, Marlin Wagner, as well as Giselle and William Whitmoyer. These artists' works vary in media from painting and drawing to photography, jewelry, pottery and sculpture.

We aspire to work with our community to promote art and culture through an array of activities and events. EVERYONE is welcome to come into our Gallery and enjoy the artwork on display, exchange a few words, share some time with us.

We are about a 45 minute ride from many Poconos resorts, Rickett's Glen State Park, World's End State Park, the village of Eagles Mere, and Knoebels' Grove in Elysburg, just to name a few local attractions. We are presently featuring nine local artists, their media ranging from photography to paintings, drawings, jewelry and pottery, and we accept new talent frequently.

I would appreciate it if you were to post links to our website and blog (respectively, they are):

Thank you.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

David in D.C.

From the introductory post:

Hey NEPA, as you may have heard from my interview with Frankie or WBRE, I will be in Washington D.C. during the inauguration and have been blessed with the opportunity to report back on all the political happenings associated with this historic event.

Follow Wilkes University freshman David Cook's adventures at his blog, David in D.C.!