Art Showcasing the Beauty of Nature
Welcome to Copsewood Gallery
Showcasing the beauty of nature, captured in fine art. From serene landscapes, to exotic wood grains, to unusual specimens such as this Asian Giant Hornet (vespa mandarinia, aka: Murder Hornet), our works celebrate nature in all its forms.
Summer is now in full swing, and Copsewood Gallery continues to add events to our Calendar. In order to make it easier to find us, we have added an event schedule to our Home Page (scroll down!). This is where we will list the upcoming fairs, festivals, and gallery shows where Copsewood Gallery will be featured. Come visit us, say hello, and hep support these venues and independent galleries. You will not be disappointed!
Schedule of Events
Saturday, July 3, 2021: Perkiomen Valley Brewery’s “First Saturday Market”, 101 Walnut St, Green Lane, PA. Event runs from 12 noon to 5 pm the first Saturday of each month until it gets too cold! Come and browse a diverse selection of local artisans, bakers, makers, and crafters. While you browse, be sure to enjoy one of the awesome craft beers offered by the Brewery.
Sunday, July 25, 2021: Engage Art Studio’s Artisan and Antique Festival, 1005 N. Gravel Pike, Schwenksville, PA. Event runs from 10 am to 4 pm the last Sunday of each month through October. This event features local artisans, craft and art activities, food and fun for all. Check out their schedule of Art Classes and Summer Art Camps for kids and adults, or book a group party at the Studio.
Wednesday, September 1, 2021 through Monday, February 14, 2022: The 2nd Floor Art Gallery, Fall/Winter Show, 8826 Easton Rd, Revere, PA. Check website for hours. Come and visit this little gem in Revere, PA. Featuring an eclectic mix of local artisans, there is something for everyone. A new show every season featuring affordable art and gifts by talented, local Artists. This Gallery has been supporting local Artists since 2017. Have a bite to eat in NelliRae's Kitchen right downstairs too.
Saturday, September 11 and Sunday, September 12, 2021: Doylestown Arts Festival, Doylestown, PA. Event runs 10 am to 5 pm each day. Designed to illuminate the region’s ongoing commitment to arts and culture, the Doylestown Arts Festival annually features 160 juried artists, live music on 5 stages, live art and interactive demonstrations. Founded in 1991 by a small volunteer group of businesses and residents, the festival now celebrates 30 years of showcasing creativity in Bucks County. The highly anticipated two-day street festival attracts thousands of visitors each year and is free to the public.
Saturday, September 25 and Sunday, September 26, 2021: New Hope Arts & Crafts Festival, at the New Hope – Solebury High School Parking Lot, 182 West Bridge St., New Hope, PA. The 27th Anniversary of New Hope’s Annual Outdoor Juried Arts and Crafts Festival will take place on September 25-26, 2021 from 10-6 pm on Saturday and from 10-4 pm on Sunday at the New Hope – Solebury High School. Fine Arts, Pottery, Woodwork, Glass, Jewelry, Photography, Fiber, Mixed Media, Outsider Art, Paintings, Pastels, Illustrations, Etchings, and other fine artists and craftsmen are honored with cash prizes and ribbons. Located in the historic river town of New Hope PA, known for its arts community, this event should attract 10,000 visitors. This is an outdoor, rain or shine, event, ample parking, festival food, a complimentary shuttle, and music. New Hope’s business district is just a few minutes’ walk or shuttle ride away. This is a quality, juried event.
Who We Are
Copsewood Gallery is a small art studio located in Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Our artwork explores the beauty of nature through the celebration of domestic and exotic hardwoods, along with a touch of "funky." All of our art prints are original compositions produced by our house artists. We invite you to take a look through our gallery collections, and please visit us often, as we are constantly adding new inventory!
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