Art at Kings Oaks Presents 26 Artists on Historic Farm


Oct 5, 2018 to Oct 21, 2018
06:00 PM until 05:00 PM

This event occurs every 3 week(s) on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.


Art at Kings Oaks, the much-anticipated pop-up art exhibition near Newtown, Pennsylvania, returns for the sixth year this October 5 - 21. The exhibition features paintings, works on paper, sculpture, ceramics, and textiles works from 26 renowned and emerging artists in an historic barn and chapel on Kings Oaks farm.  Attended by over 800 visitors each year, the 2018 exhibition brings artwork from across the U.S., France, and Israel to Bucks County.  

Admission is free, artwork is for sale. Free onsite parking. Opening reception 6 - 9pm Friday, October 5, closing reception 2 - 5pm Sunday, October 21. Open from 10am - 5pm Sat - Sun; 12 - 5pm Mon, Wed, Thurs; 12 - 8pm Fri, and by appointment. Closed Tues. Kings Oaks, 756 Worthington Mill Road, Newtown, PA 18940. Call 215-603-6573 for more information.

Exhibiting Artists: Rotem Amizur, Brett Baker, Charity Baker, Linda Brenner, Alex Cohen, Dennis Congdon, François Dupuis, Perky Edgerton, Miriam Hitchcock, Kenichi Hoshine, Martina Johnson-Allen, Albert Kresch, John Lees, Heidi Leitzke, Aubrey Levinthal, Susan Lichtman, David Ludwig, Dan Miller, Kristen Peyton, Ron Prigat, Brian Rego, Jacqueline Shatz, Clintel Steed, Gwen Strahle, Robert Winokur, John David Wissler.  

Co-curated by Art at Kings Oaks directors painter Alex Cohen and theatre artist Clara Weishahn.

Image Caption: Top-left: Ron Prigat, Diana Dreaming, Monotype on rag paper, 17.5" x 17”; Top-right: Clintel Steed, Tomatoes #1, Oil on board, 27" x 26"; Bottom-left: Susan Lichtman, Moment With Pets Caught, Oil on canvas, 66" x 60"; Bottom-right: Linda Brenner, Fortress, Walnut, maple, aluminum, beads, nails, 19" x 9" x 9"





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756 Worthington Mill Road
Newtown, PA

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