Guest Artists: Joy C. Fine and Elissa Goldberg Their artwork is on display from March 8th to May 31st. A meet the artist reception with light fare will be held on April 27th from 3pm to 5pm. Come join us!
Joy C. Fine is a native of Philadelphia. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (BFA) with a major in illustration, from the Philadelphia College of Art (presently the University of the Arts). She also took graduate courses at Moore College of Art and Design and is an active member in ACC (Artist's Cultural Exchange).
Her professional career includes 10 years as a television artist and as a freelance designer and illustrator in advertising. She served as a docent at the Philadelphia Museum of Art from 1986 to 2017. She led tours in the European, Medieval and Asian galleries; her special collection tours included French Impressionism, Portraits, and Women in Art. Additionally, Joy conducted tours in large-scale exhibitions such as Cezanne, Delacroix, Fabrics and Fashion: Ten Tears of acquisitions, the Walter F. Annenberg Collection, Michelangelo/Rodin, Black and White: The Julien Levy Collection, Van Gogh: Face to Face, Dali, The Art of Lee Miller, Henri Matisse and Modern Art on the French Riviera, Paris Through the Window: Marc Chagall and his Circle. Her inspiration comes from old photographs, magazines and places she has visited (and loved).
Elissa Goldberg started drawing with pastels approximately 20 years ago. Some of her pieces have been inspired by her many travels and wondrous explorations through her native Bucks County, while others come from her vivid imagination. Spending countless hours refining her technique and compositions, she hopes the viewer will share her appreciation of the combination of light, movement and color that makes each piece so alive. Her artwork has been selected for inclusion in individual and group exhibitions throughout Bucks County, Pennsylvania and Lambertville, New Jersey. Elissa divides her time between working as a family law attorney, raising three girls and painting lush landscapes and street scenes. Working with pastels is a means of escape as it provides a counterbalance to the type of legal work that is inherently stressful. Her passion for art has come from her family roots. Her grandmother and her aunt, both accomplished artists in their own right, were her first art teachers.
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