Featured Artists

Do you know… …Suzannah Hadorn?

  • May 19, 2019
Do you know… …Suzannah Hadorn?

Do you know... ... Suzannah Hadorn? Suzannah Hadorn states, "I have a great need to express my own personal truth. In the process of drawing, I am able to tap into a constant internal flow of experience, where my spirit is free! My art is a visible record of my inner journey, a play between consciousness and emotion." Suzannah's "free spirit" leads her to draw using colored pencils and crayons. Her works are unusual, colorful and quirky. You need Suzannah to share her stories of what inspired her to draw each piece... fascinating! Suzannah has been drawing, painting and writing...

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Do You Know… Richard D’Ambrosia?

  • December 21, 2018
Do You Know… Richard D’Ambrosia?

Do you know...   ... Richard D'Ambrosia? Richard D'Ambrosia is an artist that works in mixed media. He crafts masks and mannequins, adorned with a "hodgepodge" (Richard's description!) of materials and textures. His mix might include an assortment of 1950's gumball machine toys, exotic feathers and ancient coins. He designs very unusual photographs, a line of note cards that can only be described as quirky and paintings that capture the emotions and moments throughout his life! Richard is the proud owner of a restored 1904 farmhouse that was once part of an estate in Dingmans Ferry,...

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Do You Know… …Jane Brennan?

  • November 1, 2018
Do You Know… …Jane Brennan?

Do you know... ... Jane Brennan? Jane's work has always been intuitive. Working primarily in watercolor, Jane's work includes various other mediums including; paper, fiber arts and charcoal. Jane feels that each medium lends itself to the enhancement of the others. Jane paints in both loose impressionistic, as well as controlled realistic styles. This allows her to keep her work fresh and allows her to choose the style that best compliments the current subject matter. For over thirty (30) years, Jane's studio; nestled in a high valley near the Appalachian Trail was a major source...

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Do You Know… …Bernice Craft?

  • November 1, 2018
Do You Know… …Bernice Craft?

Do you know... ... (Dale) Bernice Craft? (Dale) Bernice Craft formerly from NYC, now calls Pike County home. Bernice (the name she prefers to be called) studied under NJ artist Gene Feller. Around fifteen (15) years ago, Bernice's interest shifted primarily to jewelry making. She uses a technique of wire weaving, soldering, fabricating and etching techniques. Bernice has combined her love of nature and semi precious gemstones to create her unique, one-of-a-kind pieces. She calls the style "chaos wire wrapping" due to the random, but well thought out placement of the wires. She also...

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Thinking Out-of-the-Box, Comic Book Gesture Drawing with Arielle Sekula

  • October 7, 2018

On 10/07, Arielle Sekula taught a group of High School students the art of Comic Book Gesture Drawing.  The class was such a hit, Arielle will be teaching another class on "Character Fantasy Drawing" on 01/19 form 4:00-6:00. Sign up soon!  Space is limited!

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Do You Know… …Tricia Lowrey-Lippert?

  • October 1, 2018
Do You Know… …Tricia Lowrey-Lippert?

Do You Know... ...Tricia Lowrey-Lippert? Tricia Lowrey Lippert has lived in the Pocono Mountains since the late '80's. Originally from the CT shore, she grew up surrounded by the natural beauty of nature. She has been involved in the arts since early childhood pursuing; painting, music, dancing and writing. Although she loves all of these activities, painting eventually won the focus of her life! Tricia loves to paint the local landscape. She also enjoys capturing the wildlife that fills the forest and animals that enrich our daily lives. Tricia has extensive gardens that she uses...

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Do You Know… …The Art Factory’s “Official Greeters”!

  • September 7, 2018
Do You Know… …The Art Factory’s “Official Greeters”!

Do you Know... ... The Art Factory's "Official Greeters"? Come in and say hi to our official greeters... Leo, Duke and Daisy! We purchased Leonardo D'Avis, lovingly known as Leo when he was just a pup, 11 short years ago.  He was always warm, friendly and super smart!  He was the perfect addition to our Shih tzu family; our beloved Max was getting older.  He needed "young blood" in his life.  Leo fit right in!  He gave Max a dash of spunk.  He kept him active! They were sweet together - best buds of sorts! Over the years, we hoped to be able to sire Leo and in return, choose the pick...

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Did You Know… … The Art Factory of White Mills?

  • September 6, 2018
Did You Know… … The Art Factory of White Mills?

Did you know... ...The Art Factory of White Mills Celebrated Its 2nd Anniversary!   Two years ago, The Art Factory of White Mills opened its doors as a small town art gallery featuring 22 artists. Today, the beautifully renovated 10,000 square foot building is home to over 65 incredibly talented, local artists, hosting over 1,000 unique, one-of-a-kind pieces!   The Art Factory continues to strive to be a "community art center", a place "where talent and appreciation meet". The gallery offers free events throughout the year...   In their short tenure, they have hosted...

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“Meet & Greet” Tricia Lowrey-Lippert

  • September 5, 2018
“Meet & Greet” Tricia Lowrey-Lippert

Join The Art Factory of White Mills on Saturday, October 6th from 1:00-4:00 when our featured artist, Tricia Lowrey-Lippert will be hosting a reception. Tricia loves to paint the local landscape.  She also enjoys capturing the wildlife that fills the forest and animals that enrich our daily lives.  Tricia has extensive gardens that she uses as subject matter.  She has been exploring still life painting and the stories that she can tell through the objects she selects.  Tricia strives to find unusual perspectives in her work, whether is is painting en Plein Air or in the studio.  Her background...

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Do You Know… …Rick Weber?

  • August 1, 2018
Do You Know… …Rick Weber?

Do you know... ... Rick Weber? By day, Rick Weber sells office furniture. After hours, he always has a paint brush in his hand! With an old wooden box filled with oil paints, a mason jar of turpentine and a portable easel; Rick paints anywhere and everywhere! Two years ago, Rick taught himself to paint. He learned to paint landscapes; lots of trees and mountains!   Taking a little of this and a little of that, Rick combines it all into his own personalized style! He paints in a technique called "wet-on-wet". Having started with colored pencils and moving on to acrylics, Rick is now using...

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