Lambertville annual ART & ANTIQUES WEEKEND, OCTOBER 13TH & 14TH
Many stores will feature special sales, offers, and merchandise expressly for the weekend event. So if you’ve been looking for that perfect piece for your home or office, or a one-of-a-kind gift for the person on your holiday list whom has everything, there’s never been a better time to check out the crown jewels of the River Towns! Lambertville is the Arts & Antiques Capital of New Jersey.
- Look for Red flags for Antiques and Yellow flags for Art which will be displayed outside each participating store & gallery.
The public is invited to attend these events throughout the weekend:
- Sat & Sun 1 pm — Tips on Purchasing Antiques and Appraising Value, Gerry Quatro, A Touch of the Past Antiques at 32 N. Union Street, Lambertville
- Sat & Sun 11 am to 6 pm — “Less is More” Annual Small Works Exhibit and Sale Show Opening with Painting Demonstrations by gallery artist, Kenn Erroll Backhaus, Highlands Art Gallery at 41 N. Union Street, Lambertville
- Sat & Sun 4 pm — Special Exhibit, Vampire Killing Sets and Talk with Collector Ed Crimi, The Peoples Store, 28 N. Union Street, Lambertville
- Sat & Sun 12:30 pm, 2:30 pm, & 4:30 pm — Midiri Antiques will be demonstrating quick easy tips to clean and polish sterling silver and silver plate without chemicals! No more DREADING the polishing of your fine silver. Join me Paul Midiri for demonstrations on both Saturday and Sunday. Let’s put some shine in the day!
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A Votre Santé, Cheers, Salud!
A large collection of Vintage Corkscrews are located on our main level of the People’s Store, in the Silver Solutions showroom.
A must for any barware collector or wine enthusiast. Add one to your bar or hang a bunch of them around your wine cellar. The history of the corkscrew goes back to the date of 1630, with many variations as the years evolved. Each one has unique characteristics and is a work of art.
Sunday September 23, 11:00am
“Artist Talk” Hosted by Gallery Gary Giordano
Open to the public
3rd floor of the People’s Store
Everyone is welcome to join a good conversation, discussion, debate.
Lots of things to talk about!
How do you define yourself as an artist? What experiences (educational and/or career and/or personal) have been formative in shaping you as an artist? EX: Do you have an art degree? Are you self-taught? Etc.
What is your motivation or motivations for making work? Do you make work with the hope of earning gallery representation? If so, where? What galleries? Is your motivation to make work sales driven? Do you make work that you think/feel does NOT work within the normal constructs of the traditional gallery model? Why do you feel this way? What options have you explored as possible outlets for your work beyond this traditional gallery model? Which have worked? Which have not?
What do you feel is the ideal venue or platform for viewing your work? What influences this decision? Do you feel that the viewing context (traditional gallery versus non-traditional setting) of art alters how the work is received/perceived and ultimately valued by the public? Do you see shifts in the manner in which art is exhibited? What are these shifts or examples of these shifts? (apartment style galleries being one of the many………………)
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Come visit Robert Gerlach & Michael Holcombe’s Showroom located on the 1st floor of the People’s Store.
New pieces every week.
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SHIFT: an art exhibition full of transition. Saturday August 11, 5-7pm
Please join us as we navigate and celebrate life’s changes.
“Post grad life is terrifying, but it’s incredible to have a studio where I can develop new work while being supported and inspired by these two hardworking female artists. I’m thrilled to be here!”
“As I ‘shift’ into life as an empty nester, I’m taking my show on the road to discover, inspire, and paint America… from a converted Sprinter van. Come welcome Haley to the studio, and celebrate growing older with an adventurous spirit.”
“I describe this transformation as more than just an artistic breakthrough, I really feel like I have had a midlife epiphany.” Eleanor Vorhees
There will be food and drinks! Beer supplied by Crooked Eye Brewery.
***Special Note: We are on the 3rd floor of The People’s Antique Store. If you arrive after 6PM please use our private red door entrance on Church street.
Antique Lobster Boat Steering Wheel found in Maine
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Add a little bit of color into your world with these Mid Century Modern fiberglass stacking side chairs designed by Eames for Herman Miller.
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