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Home to Art by Heart Gallery & Studio | Cardinal Hollow Winery | Fox & Wolf Woodworking | Green Wolf's - Elegant Junque | Jason Diliberto Photography | Resident Artist Toni J. Wolf the Village Barn provides something for everyone.

Art enthusiasts, experience the works of regional artists featured in Green Wolf's - Elegant Junque's monthly art exhibitions. A gallery opening reception is held on the first Friday of every month during First Fridays.  During the weekend, many of the artists will be available to discuss their work, and at times offer demonstrations of painting, sculpting, printmaking, wood carving and more.  Please visit our Events page for further details.

Enjoy the "Gifts From Our Loving Husbands" museum exhibit, previewing in the center of the barn. A humorous collection of home makers' inventions given to loved ones to make home life "easier"  along with Skippack memorabilia.

Owners Harry and Sylvia Wolf welcome everyone to explore what's hidden under the roof of Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes!

Open 7 days a week (individual store hours may vary) 45 minutes west of Philadelphia, minutes from exit 31 off the PA Turnpike / NE Extension, convenient to other wonderful weekend day trips.

A destination for young and old, where memories and friendships have been made for  over 40 years!


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Thursday, December 4, 2014

2014 JACK FROST FRIDAY in the East Village of Skippack, Montgomery County, PA, 19474

jack frost friday 2014 is proudly sponsored by first niagara bank

Feel Jack Frost nipping at your nose, December 5, 2014, 9am – 9pm, as participating shops in the East Village of Skippack welcome you to celebrate the holidays by offering special sales, events, and have your name entered into a raffle to win one of two holiday gift baskets valued at $500 each.


Play The Game!

WHEN: Friday, December 5th, 9 am. - 9 pm. (First Friday & Illuminaire Night)

REGISTRATION:  FREE

 jack frost friday, first friday, illuminaire nightPlay the game while you shop for your chance to win one of two beautiful gift baskets valued at over $500 from participating Skippack merchants! To play, just pick up your game card any time on December 5th and follow the instructions.

Increase your chances to win by visiting participating shops which include: 

For additional information, visit: www.EastVillageOfSkippack.com.


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

"Shop Local, Make a Difference!"

Learn all that Skippack Village has to offer including events, gallery openings and more at www.VisitSkippackVillage.com.

Monday, December 1, 2014

FIRST FRIDAYS in Skippack Village: Artist Bobby Wolf / Gallery Opening Reception / December 5th, 2014

photographer bobby wolf art exhibition and gallery opening

Artist Bobby Wolf

About
Bobby Wolf is a fine and an innovative abstract photographer whose vision of the world inspires viewers of his work to “never give up hope” in the face of uncertainty as he whisks you away on his adventure of light, color, and beauty.

In his senior year at Mathacton High School Bobby set a school record in the 3,200 meters race at the 2002 District 1 Class AAA championship, which to this day he hold the record. However, soon after he was diagnosed with a malignant tumor on his spine.  Bobby underwent surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments thus leading to a second operation that left him wheelchair-bound for many months.  Bobby never let those challenges in life hold him back as he surpassed doctors initial diagnosis that he would never walk again and today walks with the assistance of a cane.

Wolf credits his passion of photography to retired Methacton track and cross country coach Charlie Shank who kept in touch during Wolf’s recovery.  He would bring him to Shank’s home to teach him crafts, folk art, and other art mediums including photography, which Wolf instantly was drawn to and exhibited a special talent for.

In July of 2011, Bobby published “Journey True, Beating the Impossible Odds” a book in which he shares his battle with cancer and road to recovery.  Today, Wolf is an active member of the Chester County Art Association, has been accepted to juried art shows throughout the region, and in 2014 was one of several fine artists and fine craftsmen to attend First Friday’s and Skippack Days Arts and Crafts Festival at Green Wolf’s Village Barn Shoppes.


Opening Reception:  December 5, 2014, 5 – 10pm
Show Dates:  December 5 – 28, 2014

For past, current, and future art exhibitions details, click here.

Follow First Fridays in Skippack Village on Facebook and Twitter.

Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

Thursday, October 23, 2014

FIRST FRIDAYS in Skippack Village: Artist Michael Cavallaro / Gallery Opening Reception / November 7th, 2014


Artist Michael Cavallaro

Statement
“Art is meant to be felt as well as seen. If you take the time to gaze at the art you find here then let your mind go and take a sensually visual adventure on each canvas, you will feel the magic of each piece. They are filled with texture, color and inner sensory awakenings.

Every piece is spontaneous and intuitive. I also do custom pieces where I tune into the individual who commissioned it and interpret the energy and feeling I get onto the canvas with color and texture.

Painting for me is about expansion, being outside the box, feeling and bringing the unknown to the known. Each piece is its own unique manifestation of invisible creative energy into the visible that excites the senses.”

What is art to me?
“Art is creation! Anything and everything you create should be considered an art. This includes your life as a human being. Being here on earth, we must ‘Master the Art of Being Human’  If you look at your human life as an art form and know that you are here to create a thing of beauty, this will give you a different perspective on life.


Art in the traditional sense such as painting, pastels, sculpting, glassblowing etc. is also a creation. It is in my opinion that this type of art however is merely an expression of your human artistry. It is a way of expressing in multiple mediums the beauty of your inner experience, your vision or your inner connection to the realms of creation unknown to the average person or even your conscious mind. So whether you do “art” or are “Mastering the Art of Being Human” know that everything in your life is a form of art and a work of beauty.”


Opening Reception:   November 7, 2014, 5 – 10pm
Show Dates:  November 7 – 29, 2014

For past, current, and future art exhibitions details, click here.

Follow First Fridays in Skippack Village on Facebook and Twitter.

Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

Thursday, September 25, 2014

SKIPPACK EVENTS CALENDER 2014: Skippack Days Arts & Crafts Festival - October 4th & 5th

skippack days arts and crafts festival

Every year visitors from near and far make the pilgrimage to Skippack Village located in the center of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania for their annual Skippack Days Arts and Crafts Festival. 

This festival, held annually on the first weekend of October, showcases handmade fine art and crafts.
Visitors young and old will have the opportunity to meet artisans from the surrounding region exhibiting their one of a kind creations through out the historic and picturesque village of Skippack.


Among the over 80 specialty shops, Green Wolf’s Village Barn Shoppes will be host to the following exhibiting artisans:
mairin egge - artist
Mairin Egge - Oil / Acrylic Paintings
leena nashikkar - paper quilling
Leena Nashikkar - Paper Quilling , Oil / Acrylic Painting
gisell guzmann - hair accessories
Gisell Guzman - Hair Accessories
katie lightcap - mixed media
Katie Lightcap - Mixed 2D/3D Crafts
gret wentz - wentz welding - jewelry
Greg Wentz - Jewlery
carrie kingsbury - mural furniture
Carrie Kingsbury - Oil / Acrylic Mural Furniture
valley forge tourism - make it montco - #makeitmontco
Valley Forge Tourism - #MakeItMontco
bobby wolf - photography
Bobby Wolf - Photography
linda mendenhall - quilts / fiber
Linda Mendenhall - Fiber
nick perna - truly pure and natural - honey / food
Truly Pure and Natural by Nick Perna
lisa straub - essential oils
Lisa Straub - Handmade Essential Oils 

linda mcmanus - photography
Linda McManus - Photography

Admission: Free

Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm (rain or shine)


Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474
(610) 584-6396


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

WIN a $50 Gift Certificate to Any Skippack Restaurant, click here for details!

Learn about the founders of Skippack Days Arts and Crafts Festival, click here.

WANTED:  Fine Artists and Fine Craftsmen
2015 Applications are now being accepted!
Call (267) 416-6192 or email events@greenwolfsvillagebarn.com

NOTE: Skippack Days Arts Crafts Festival is sponsored by the Merchants of Skippack, however individual property owners are responsible for their own vendors. Prices, rules and regulations, as well as accommodations may vary. Please call (267) 416-6192 for more information.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

FIRST FRIDAYS in Skippack Village: Artist Linda McManus / Gallery Opening Reception / October 3rd, 2014

photographer linda mcmanus

Artist Linda McManus 

Statement
photographer linda mcmanus
“I am a photographer, mom, and all around creative thinker. My photographic services include portrait, event and product photography, as well as residential/commercial property photography for the real estate market.

I also love creating art for licensing. This world began with a photograph of my son with kisses all over his face that was licensed for a greeting card. My commercial work includes various lines of creative imagery including Funny Felines, Floral Foods, Fontography and more. My commercial work has been applied to greeting cards, home decor products, framed art and more. Products have sold nationally and internationally through various catalogs, on line sites, major department store chains and smaller gift boutiques, such as Target stores, Carlton Cards, Wegmans as well as catalog companies such as Country House and Sturbridge Yankee Workshop.
photographer linda mcmanus

My first love will always be fine art photography. I approach each project and image with a fine artist's eye. My fine art photography series, "Trees", has been exhibited by various galleries and art shows in my local area.

My career path has included lead photographer/manager for QVC.com, launching my own greeting card and licensing business with various publishers, and residential/commercial photographer for high-end real estate brokers in Bucks and Montgomery counties. 

Motherhood is by far the most rewarding and challenging job I've ever had. I live with my chef husband and two quickly growing boys in beautiful Bucks County PA. I can't deny my love and affection for anything with four legs and fur. We were blessed with the company of "Mac" and German Sheppard for nine wonderful years and recently we were rescued by a little girl named "Zoe". 

Giving back is a must! When I can, I donate my service and talents to various charities, including the Bucks County SPCA, Kelly Anne Dolan Fund and the Gia Nicole Angel Foundation.”


Opening Reception:   October 3, 2014, 5 – 10pm
Show Dates:  October 3 – November 2, 2014

For past, current, and future art exhibitions details, click here.

Follow First Fridays in Skippack Village on Facebook and Twitter.

Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

Sunday, August 24, 2014

FIRST FRIDAYS in Skippack Village: Artist Margie Thompson / Gallery Opening Reception / September 5th, 2014

artist margie thompson skippack first friday gallery art exhibit

Artist Margie Thompson, SSJ, M.F.A. 

Biography
Margie Thompson, SSJ, M.F.A. is an artist and a Sister of St Joseph, a certified spiritual director and supervisor of spiritual direction. She is an Associate Professor of Art and Coordinator of Art Studio Programs at Chestnut Hill College. A practicing artist, Margie exhibits her art works regularly and has won awards and commissions. Using images of her art work and other creative activities, she gives retreats and programs on themes of art, spirituality, women’s issues and Evolutionary Theology and Spirituality. In addition, she brings expertise in these areas to her ministry of spiritual direction.

Paintings in this exhibition, “The Burning Bush and Other Encounters in the Landscape,” were created as a result of her painting excursions in June 2012 and 2013 to Ghost Ranch, New Mexico and the Vermont Studio Center an artist retreat in Johnson Vermont.

Opening Reception:   September 5, 2014, 5 – 10pm
Show Dates:  September 5 – 28, 2014

For past, current, and future art exhibitions details, click here.

Follow First Fridays in Skippack Village on Facebook and Twitter.

Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

FIRST FRIDAYS in Skippack Village: Artist Kimberly Lageman / Gallery Opening Reception / July 11th, 2014

artist kimberly lageman skippack first friday gallery art exhibit

Artist Kimberly Lageman

Biography
“When I’m asked what I do I for a living I say, “I am an artist.”  It’s not what I do, it’s what I am. I’m a self-taught artist, the daughter of an architect who grew up playing with architectural templates, compasses, T-squares, triangles, French curves, mechanical pencils and an abundance of colored
artist kimberly lageman
pencils as my first art supplies. I do not limit myself to one medium, style, or concept. My knowledge, inspirations and ideas have changed. Each piece I create is simultaneously an extension from the past and what I’ve learned, as well as a preview of the future. I’ve studied and worked in many mediums over the years but glass, whether stained, fused or blown, has become my newest passion and greatest challenge.  It challenges me in ways that other mediums do not; teaching me patience, delayed gratification and instilling upon me a sense of inner calm.  To know me is to understand that patience, delayed gratification and calm are polar opposites of my frenetic personality. The beauty of stained glass is more than just the individual piece of art – it is the interplay of light through the glass. The color of an entire room can be changed by the light hitting the colored glass; emitting a colorful glow upon the walls, turning a room into an ever-changing kaleidoscope of color. If a viewer stops for just a moment to view and reflect on a piece I have created, then I have succeeded in evoke visions, feelings and thoughts to the audience in some way, big or small.

artist kimberly lagemanMy work is influenced by artists Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Victor Vasarely and the Color Field painters of the 40s/50s.  It has been shown at the Three River Art Festival in Pittsburgh, PA and more recently at shows at the Wayne Art Center in Wayne, PA.

In my earlier career I worked in political advertising and hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism, with minors in both Art and Psychology from Temple University.  I have also studied Information Science at Drexel University, Microbiology at Penn State and am a certified Horticultural Therapist.”   

Opening Reception:   July 11, 2014, 5 – 10pm
Show Dates:  July 4 – 27, 2014

For past, current, and future art exhibitions details, click here.

Follow First Fridays in Skippack Village on Facebook and Twitter.

Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

Friday, May 30, 2014

SKIPPACK SUMMER TIME CONCERT SERIES 2014

Bring your picnic blanket and lawn chair and enjoy the sounds of summer during Skippack’s
Summertime Concert Series held on the lawn of The Manor House, 4059 Skippack Pike
(directly across from Basta Pasta).


Learn more about Skippack Village's Summer Time Concert Series and more, click here.

skippack events calender 2014 - summer concert series

Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

Friday, May 9, 2014

SKIPPACK EVENTS CALENDER 2014: Skippack Spring Fest - May 10th & 11th

skippack event calender 2014 spring fest

Skippack Village’s Spring Fest features craft and food vendors, all day entertainment, and
more.  This Festival, held Mother’s Day weekend, has become one of Philadelphia’s top regional
events year after year.

Among the over 80 specialty shops, Green Wolf’s Village Barn Shoppes will be host to the following exhibiting artisans:
Jack Paolini - Photography 
Mairin Egge - Oil / Acrylic
Katie Lightcap - 2D, 3D Mixed Media
Lisa Straub - Handmade Aromatherapy Products

Admission:  Free

Hours:  Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm  (rain or shine)


Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474
(610) 584-6396


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

WIN a $50 Gift Certificate to Any Skippack Restaurant, click here for details!

Learn about the founders of Skippack Days Arts and Crafts Festival, click here.

WANTED:  Fine Artists and Fine Craftsmen
2014 Applications are now being accepted!
Call (267) 416-6192 or email events@greenwolfsvillagebarn.com

Thursday, May 8, 2014

FIRST FRIDAYS in Skippack Village: Artist Mairin Egge / Gallery Opening Reception / June 6th, 2014

art galleries in montgomery county pennsylvania 19474

Artist Mairin Egge

Biography
Painting mostly in oil and acrylic, Mairin captures beauty in the ordinary through bold, colorful expression. Her style involves noticeable brush strokes and texture. The artist's intention is to delight the viewer with images that are aesthetically pleasing and to create duende, which comes from inside as a physical and/or emotional response to the art.Mairin’s love for painting began the moment she first held a paint brush, and her interest as an adult became a passion and career.

first friday in skippack village montgomery county pennsylvania 19474Growing up in Hudson, Ohio, her parents encouraged and exposed her to various avenues and mediums through after school art programs and activities. Special individuals shaped her love for art, especially Gretchen Bierbaum (President and founder of the National Collage Society). Gretchen is considered family, as well as a role model and mentor for Mairin. Gretchen always encouraged Mairin to commit to her passion and she can do anything she puts her mind to.

Rather than discouraging her from pursuing an art career, like many parents do, Mairin’s parents invigorated her passion, encouraging her to major in art. While attending Miami University, Mairin was very active in the art community, serving as the Secretary and President of the National Art Education Association. She was on the Dean’s list junior and senior year and received the Outstanding Senior Award in Art Education at graduation. Mairin received her BS in Art Education from Miami University, and currently works in the greater Philadelphia area as a professional artist and art instructor.

Two of Mairin’s biggest accomplishments while living and working in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, were guest speaker and exhibitor at the Susquehanna Art Museum, and working with at-risk youth, mentoring them through the art process. Since moving to the Philadelphia area in August 2013, Mairin dove into the art scene head first and is actively involved in many art organizations and galleries. She is a member and art instructor with both the North Penn Art Alliance (NPAA) in Lansdale, Pennsylvania and Art Nouveau Galleries in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. Since becoming an associate of the Twenty-Two Gallery in Philadelphia, Mairin has explored the surrounding Philadelphia art scene and exhibited at the Plastic Club and Einstein Braemer Medical Arts Building. Her first honor in this new territory was from NPAA’s 26th Anniversary Art Show, receiving the “People’s Choice” Award. Mairin is branching out and has representation at the Mac Worthington Gallery in Columbus Ohio starting in April. Looking forward, she also has numerous art festivals, exhibits, and solo shows confirmed.

artist mairin egge art exhibit at green wolf's village barn shops in skippackIn addition to her body of work, Mairin also creates original, commissioned small and large scale paintings for private and corporate clients worldwide. Not limiting herself to canvas or paper surfaces, she also enjoys painting glass, furniture and both indoor and outdoor murals. Having created many commission pieces of artwork, Mairin has a flair for capturing essential subject elements, personality features or other aspects important to the client. She has a unique gift in understanding the needs and desires of her clients through this ability. "Mairin is a talented artist that has the rare ability to take a client's vision and put it on the desired medium. While this sounds simple, it is not common. She does not try to change their vision or criticize their vision -- as many artists do -- she simply gives them what they want," Chad’s (client) testimonial. Collections of her work can be found in both public and corporate locations, such as the Booker T. Washington Community Center in Hamilton Ohio, Ciocca Dealerships in Harrisburg Pennsylvania, Lebanon VA Medical Center in Lebanon Pennsylvania, Miami University Police Department in Oxford Ohio, and the YWCA in Harrisburg Pennsylvania. Private creations are located in Brazil, England, and various homes and offices around North and Central America.

Opening Reception:   June 6, 2014, 5 – 10pm (First Friday)
Show Dates:  June 2 – 29, 2014

For past, current, and future art exhibitions details, click here.

Follow First Fridays in Skippack Village on Facebook and Twitter.

Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

Thursday, May 1, 2014

FIRST FRIDAYS in Skippack Village: Juried Art Show - The Greater Norristown Art League / Gallery Opening / May 2ndd, 2014

greater norristown art league juried show in skippack during first friday 2014

The Greater Norristown Art League

Statement
Did you know that creating art enhances your well-being?  Art experiences can re-awaken parts of you that have become dormant in the business of life.  At GNAL we offer classes in a variety of mediums in a positive, friendly environment, guided by gifted instructors who like people.  So go ahead, surprise yourself and sign up for a class, you may even unearth hidden abilities and talents.  Art is GOOD for your brain!


We have something for everyone:  watercolor, pastel, oil, mixed media.  We sponsor trips, exhibition opportunities, lectures and social events.  We have excellent summer art experiences for kids.  Visit www.gnal.org. to see the schedule.

The Greater Norristown Art League is a non-profit organization engaged in the promotion and teaching of the Arts.  Founded in 1941 and chartered in 1957, it is located in the “Old Norriton Schoolhouse” which is one of East Norriton’s “Historical Resources”. 

We offer day and evening classes for adults and children, workshops in all media, exhibition opportunities, life classes, Saturday classes and summer camps for children.  Our monthly meetings are free and open to the public, and feature interactive demonstrations by interesting artists.


A gallery opening reception will be held on May 2nd from 5 - 10pm during First Fridays in Skippack. For past, current, and future art exhibitions details, click here.

Follow First Fridays in Skippack Village on Facebook and Twitter.

Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

FIRST FRIDAYS in Skippack Village: Photographer - Scott Mabry / Gallery Opening / August 1st, 2014


Photographer Scott Mabry

Statement
Scott Mabry’s innovative, award winning, and creative photographic style has been well established in Philadelphia and Tri-State Areas for over 20 years. At age 15, his mother bought him his first 35mm SLR and he began capturing wildlife and nature along the banks of the Perkiomen and East Branch Creek with childhood friend, Joseph Taylor. 

In his senior year of high school, Scott recorded and documented, what are now, some of the most cherished and treasured memories of faculty and fellow classmates for his high school yearbook and neighboring publications. 

By the early 90's, Scott began contributing to a number of publishing companies and media outlets and is also an avid contributor to Pennsylvania Magazine, Valley Forge Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, Nouveau Magazine and Collegeville Way newspapers. Scott’s work has also earned his recognition in such publications as Bucks and Chester County Town and Country Living Magazines, Metro Corp Publishing, Mainline Today Magazine, Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals, Valley Forge Historical National Park, Saunders College Publishing and The Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts Museum in Harrisburg, PA, to name just a few. 

Scott continues to capture and inspire the interests of multiple media outlets and book publishers, providing photography services on the cutting edge, one image at a time.


A gallery opening reception will be held on August 1st from 5 - 10pm during First Fridays in Skippack. For past, current, and future art exhibitions details, click here.


Follow First Fridays in Skippack Village on Facebook and Twitter.

Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474



Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

FIRST FRIDAYS in Skippack Village: ARTIST - Dorothy Whalen / Gallery Opening / March 7th, 2014


Artist Dorothy Whalen

Statement
“My paintings are Realistic with a touch of Impressionism.  The portfolio consists of Land/Seascapes, Still life and Florals, sizes range from 14x18 to 18x24.  I work mainly in oils using brushes, palette knife and sometimes good old fingertips too...

My aim is simple...to create a work that is pleasing as well as interesting to the onlooker...allowing them perhaps to escape for a short time... the way I do when I create.”

Testimonial
“It gives me a great pleasure to write this artist testimonial statement and profile on behalf of Dot Whalen, artist.  Throughout the many years I've known her and had her as one of my painting students, Dot has been a hardworking and very prolific oil painter.  Dot specializes in mostly oils and sometimes acrylics in her earlier works.  She utilizes the representational still life’s, seascapes and landscapes into beautiful eye catching composition.  Her works are pleasing to the viewer and can adorn the modest to even the contemporary walls of any home or alternative space.

I've always known Dot to have a keen eye for detail and perfection in her executions.  This is why her paintings hold a strong feel in capturing the mood or even "time of day" as I once put it into words.  When the audience can sense an emotion or feeling from a two dimensional piece, you have what we call a working piece.  Her sizes range from 14'x18' to 18'x24' and sometimes larger.  Dot chooses wood frames for her work and we usually frame the paintings in our classes together. 

In closing, Adding Dot Whalen's contemporary realism to one's environment can and will enhance the look of the living and even office space” - Frank Bruno / Artist / Art Instructor / Art Marketing and Career Coaching

A gallery opening reception will be held on March 7th from 5 - 10pm during
First Fridays in Skippack.  For past, current, and future art exhibitions, click here.


Follow First Friday in Skippack Village on Facebook and Twitter.

Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes
In the East Village of Skippack
4010 Skippack Pike (map)
Skippack, Pennsylvania 19474


Proud members of the
Merchants of Skippack Association