Here at the barn, we love collaborating and working with other artists and their mediums. Stay tuned for events held by these talented artists!
Welcome Marissa Jacobs with “The Art of Ecology”!
The Art of Ecology is a Conservation & Environmental Education organization that focuses on building visual connections between people and nature through art and science, in order to create a deeper understanding, respect, and desire to protect the nature world. Marissa brings 5+ years of Wildlife Conservation art and teaching expertise, along with being an award-winning photographer and National Geographic Certified Educator, to The Art of Ecology. Learn more about The Art of Ecology, find an event she’s hosting, or to view/purchase some art today! A portion of all her art/event proceeds goes back towards wildlife conservation, habitat preservation, and environmental education efforts.
Welcome to Carole Lewis!
My name is Carole Lewis and I have worked as an Interior Designer for well over 20 years. My love of creating beautiful interiors is a life-long passion. I have recently discovered the need to express myself in a more personal way. My Art form is mixed media collage work.
Like my Interior Design, it requires composition, textures and a bit of nostalgia and whimsy. I enjoy collecting and making different themed compositions of my work. The pieces all go together like a puzzle for me into one singular piece. The pieces I create are timeless. https://carolemlewisart.wixsite.com/carolemlewisart
While working in Interior design I have formed a wonderful friendship and business relationship with Cynthia , together we have collaborated on many projects. I look forward to being a Guest Artist at “Art in the Barn!” where we can all create unique collages together!
Welcome to Amy Bishop!
Amy is an an artist who works in knitting, crocheting, sewing, theatre, fashion, caligraphy and more! Her love of theatre and fashion led her to a freelance career in costume design in New York City. Amy has assisted with many a Paint and Sip and Children’s Art workshops with Cynthia at “Art in the Barn”. She looks forward to being a Guest Artist and sharing my passion for Calligraphy. Photographed here, she have created an inspirational mural with a hand lettered message for all who come and create with us! Follow her on instagram @thatbishamy
Welcome to Jenny Mehler!
Jenny paints pet portraits. She is an animal lover and enjoys painting portraits of her client’s pets for them to enjoy! She is excited to be sharing her talents as a Guest Artist at Art in the Barn! The participants email a portrait of their pet to her before class and she sketches their canvas for them to follow. She looks forward to the next pet portrait painting event!
Welcome to Ivia Yavelow!
Ivia Sky Yavelow is a visual artist, curator, teacher, and administrator who has worked in the art world since 2015. In 2019 she opened Portals, a tiny gallery for small works in New Hope, PA, where she currently serves as director and curator, featuring artists making unique & contemporary small works in all media. She has also curated many exhibitions at area venues. Ivia has received multiple awards for her artwork and has a BA in Studio Art from Bard College. Visit her website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow @iviasky on Instagram. For more information about Portals and the unique artists featured there, visit @tiny_portals on Instagram. Ivia looks forward to hosting an upcoming Contemporary Print-Making Project in the Barn!
Welcome to Gun-Marie Nalsen!
Gun-Marie is a fiber artist who loves playing with various colors and fibers. While she has been weaving for years, she has recently started rug hooking and punch needle, spending much of her time in needle felting. Over the years she has participated in many art shows and exhibitions and looks forward to teaching a fiber based art class in the barn! Gun-Marie is a member of the Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County. https://www.bucksarts.org/ Check out her website: www.gunmarietxtiles.com
Find her on Instagram: @gunmarienalsen