Welcome to New Hope Arts!

Saigon De J'ai Vu  book signing and exhibition 

The exhibition will be open January 26 and 27 - Saturday & Sunday through Winter Festival.

The publisher's book release provides a second opportunity,for the community to see this popular and engaging presentation by Lambertville and New York artist Sandy Hanna.

The 2019 exhibition features new paintings by Sandy depicting Saigon in the early 60's as well as a discussion about the publishing of the book.  More...

 

Save the Date!

Saturday February 2, 6-8 pm

Inspire, Express, Renew 


The New Hope Outdoor Sculpture Project

current map of installations here...

New Hope Free Press here...             Bucks County Herald, January 17, 2019  here...

The latest addition to the Outdoor Sculpture Project started off the new year. On January 12, the long-awaited placement of Golden Oak Leaf Arch, by Jim Gallucci of Greensboro, NH was accommplished under cold, sunny skies. Hosted by Rabbit Run Creek and located near the intersection of Route 202 and North Lower York Road, the 13 foot high powder coasted steel construction is adjacent to the Solebury-New Hope Walking Path.

The Outdoor Sculpture Project is an on-going, free and accessible exhibition you can experience when you visit New Hope. More new Installations are on the horizon.

Egos by Michael Pascucci (top left) is installed at River Cat Cafe in South Main Street, across from Boomer (top right) - one our our first installations in 2003.

Stephen Klema's Hobbes' Claw III (bottom) is installed at Fox & Hound Inn in New Hope, generously sponsored by Pamm Kerr.

The New Hope Outdoor Sculpture Project

Read more at New Hope Free Press articles

 

Looking for exhibition space?

The A-Space Gallery

2019 rentals can be booked now. more....


All members benefit in our mission to enrich our community through a broad array of programming that furthers the heritage of New Hope as a vital regional arts center. Join Us!

New Hope Arts is a part of the Michener Museum of Art Cultural Partnership

James A. Michener Art Museum
138 South Pine Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
MichenerArtMuseum.org