Bucks County's premier destination, Peddler's Village is an 18th-century style attraction featuring 75 quality specialty shops and restaurants, a 66-room luxury inn, year round festivals and craft competitions, plus an antique operating carousel, all set on 42 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and winding brick pathways.
Her oil paintings can best be described as a celebration of nature. They depict lush gardens, beautiful flowers and the traditional still life in the Impressionistic style. Canvas sizes range from miniature to large in scale.
Known for her vibrant, richly colored landscapes and her abstracts that evoke the moods of nature, Addie Hocynec's style is both free flowing and imaginative, charged with spontaneity and energy. Her landscapes are meditations on the subtler aspects of nature and the seductive power of light, color and texture.
years nature photojournalist William Jobes has explored the natural world
through the unique, inquisitive and probing perspective one acquires as
a lifelong journalist. By opening his sense of awareness and walking in tune with the rhythms
of nature, he is able to capture a unique moment in time and memorialize
His oils are executed on hardboard and pencil on paper. His landscapes and portraits come from life and literature, with a special interest in images from J.R.R. Tolkiens books. Be prepared to enter another world.
enjoys mixing traditional techniques and new technologies to create her
impressionistic landscapes and intimate florals. Her favorite subjects
are Bucks County scenes.
The beauty of the landscape has always stirred my soul. In my paintings, I try to capture the Spiritual force emanating from the land.Like the Impressionists, I am facinated with light and atmospheric conditions which I believe help to create a sense of mood and place.
I refer to my paintings as found since many of them emerge from memory, fantasy, or an internal feeling of a place, scene or thing. My style is difficult to categorize, I prefer to experiment and play with various techniques, colors, and media in order to make a painting. I tend to keep my work loose and flowing in order to invite viewers to see through their own creative imagination - so that the painting will live for them. I believe telling the whole story
just to demonstrate skill leaves the viewer a viewer only, and not a participant in the work.