Welcome to New Hope Arts

New Hope Arts is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
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Please note: if you are visiting the gallery

  • An appointment is recommended. 30 minute viewing times available. Please call (215) 862-9606 for scheduling
  • Wear a mask while visiting the gallery
  • Practice appropriate social distancing of six feet between persons
  • Only ten viewers will be admitted at a time
  • Private appointments can be scheduled in advance here.

Works In Wood 2020

Thanksgiving and Weekend Hours Friday, Saturday & Sunday Noon to 5 pm.
Appointment Recommended!

Works in Wood 2020 at New Hope Arts traditionally celebrates the woodworking heritage of Bucks County. The national draw of this exceptional curated exhibition, features the finest contemporary examples of fine furniture, turned objects and sculpture and innovative uses of the wood medium. Now in its 21st anniversary year, the annual juried exhibition is presented in live and virtual formats in keeping with the challenges of hosting publicly accessible events. Viewing opportunities, timed admission, and private viewing options are available in the gallery. Protocols for viewing the exhibition include social distancing and wearing masks. 10 at a time are admitted to the gallery and reservations are suggested.

Gallery Hours free to the public begin November 21 Noon until 5 pm and continue every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Noon until 5 pm  through January 10, 2021. There is no opening reception in keeping with small gathering mandates. Contact Us for private appointment.


Next week in the A-Space Gallery...


Music to My Eyes

A celebration of music inspired visual and performing arts

Thanks to our more than 200 visitors and guests. View our performing arts partners

The art work of Cecil Bernard is still on viewby appointment


Recent shows are still available on line:


Virtual Fall Exhibition


Saigon Revisited

View the Virtual Exhibition

Local artist and author Sandy Hanna’s exhibit of recent paintings ‘Saigon Revisited,’  captures through visual images the stories she tells of growing up in Vietnam in the early 60s in her published memoir “The Ignorance of Bliss: An American Kid in Saigon.” - Supreme story-telling with a visual narrative in a memorable and transformative time.


Tom Muscatello Out of Doors

View the Virtual Exhibition


Sculpture 2020 - was a great start to the season.

Thank you for your support!

View the Virtual Exhibition


Check out these local events in October:


New Hope Arts Outdoor Sculpture Project

Is a cultural and recreational asset in these times when appropriate social distancing is practiced.

The Sculpture Project is still free accessible and walkable in an appropriate social distancing way! Great for cycling too since there are over 2 square miles of distance between our 20 installations along roadways and paths from the Borough of New Hope into Solebury.

Read the Times of Trenton article by Jan Purcell

Outdoor Sculpture Project featured on Delaware & Leigh National Heritage Corridor news

Fall is a spectacular time to visit Outdoor Sculpture!


Sturgeon, By Kate Graves is in the newly renovated Ferry Landing Park on the Delaware River.


This Weekend at CanalWalk Studios CanalStudo Events are on Facebook


Guest Curator Exhibitions


Online Exhibitions - from March through July - a unique history of virtual exhibitions.

During complete shut down from March through July, New Hope Arts invited the community to join in the project of creating and expressing images in any medium to reflect our changing times. We support the creative process as an important action to sustain our resilience. NHArts is grateful to member artists who spontaneously contributed to our to our ongoing project in extraordinary times. 

New Hope Arts is grateful to be open in the gallery for viewing during the months of August through December while our online exhitions continue.


New Hope's Art and History - our past and future

The Art Colony - virtual exhibition features contemporary artists who have rallied to support us on our ever changing times. 

Learn more about New Hope's history as a vital art center for over a century.

Jack Rosen - Photographer

New Hope, PA photographer Jack Rosen (1923 - 2006) is considered by many to be one of the best "unknown" photographers of the second half of the twentieth century. Acclaimed primarily for his photos of New Hope and Bucks County, PA, Jack also was an outstanding photographer of celebrities, and his humorous yet telling editorial photos reveal his sense of justice, while appealing to our higher sense of ourselves. Read more about Jack...


Other subjects of information and interest:

 Community Coalition Resources - New Hope Arts is proud to contribute to this community wide effort. Click for the active ongoing link to community resourses which is updated daily here

 


Since New hope Arts provides a venue for other non-profit organizations who are similarly coping with ever evolving guidelines, we ask you to review the up to dated changes our Calendar of Events page.

If you have questions about an event, please contact us.


New Hope Arts is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization