Bill Jersey Exhibit at Stover Mill Gallery
“SOMETHING ABOUT TIME”: This painting by Bill Jersey is part of “Explorations,” on view June 26 through July 25 at Stover Mill Gallery in Erwinna, Pa. The exhibit features 30 landscapes by the award-winning Lambertville artist.
Beginning June 26, Stover Mill Gallery will feature more than 30 landscapes by artist Bill Jersey in “Explorations.” The exhibit runs through July 25.
When the award-winning filmmaker moved to Lambertville 12 years ago he embraced his first love — oil painting. His first submission to the Phillips Mill curated show earned him an award and a sale to Gratz Gallery.
The rich landscapes of Bucks and Hunterdon counties, Jersey says, “are all I need to move me to pick up brushes and paints,” but he slips in a few earlier works from Vermont and California to round out his presentation.
With the Stover Mill Gallery exhibition of his “Hopperesque style” and new impressionistic work, Bill will also turn 94. “No reason to slow down now!,” he said.
“Explorations” is open from 1-5 p.m. on June 26-27 and July 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25.
The Stover Mill Gallery — housed in the beautifully restored 187-year-old Stover Mill which is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places — is located along the Delaware River at 852 River Road (Route 32), Erwinna Pa., two miles south of the Frenchtown Bridge and 15 miles north of New Hope.
Owned and operated by the nonprofit Tinicum Civic Association, all proceeds are used for the support of nonprofit groups serving the Tinicum and the surrounding area, and for the maintenance of the historic Stover Mill.
For further information visit StoverMill.org.