Exhibit: "Bucks In Bucks" Extended Until November 19th

Tuesday, November 7, 2023

Pictured Above: Photo from “Bucks In Bucks” exhibit. Photo Credit: Daniel T. Gramkee.



New Hope, PA – In response to the overwhelmingly positive support from the community, New Hope’s 43 Canal Studio is delighted to announce an extension of its current exhibition, “Bucks in Bucks.” This exhibition, featuring the remarkable photographic work of Daniel T. Gramkee, elegantly showcases the beauty and athletic excellence of individuals in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. As a direct result of the tremendous demand, New Hope’s 43 Canal Studio is thrilled to add three additional weekends to the exhibition’s schedule. The exhibition’s run has been extended through Sunday, November 19, 2023, so make sure you don’t miss this opportunity to be inspired by the extraordinary athletes of Bucks County!

Pictured Above: Photo from guests visting the “Bucks In Bucks” exhibit. Photo Credit: Daniel T. Gramkee.

This exhibit features images that are influenced by such iconic artists as Herb Ritts, Helmut Newton, and Bruce Weber – all set within the area that Gramkee has called home for more than two decades. As a Solebury resident since 2002, Gramkee has earned a distinguished reputation for crafting distinctive imagery for both local business professionals and performers, including the vibrant New York theatrical community. His work has graced screens on networks such as Lifetime and CBS, as well as the pages of various publications. With “Bucks in Bucks,” Gramkee shifts his focus to his enduring passion for transforming athletes into works of art.

Local artist and 43 Canal Studio proprietor Cathy Begg has opened her gallery walls to share his work, which will be available in a variety of media: metal, acrylic, and giclee prints, and more. A portion of all sales during the exhibit will be donated to local not for profit New Hope Celebrates. The exhibition is open on weekends and select weekdays through Sunday, November 19 th .

43 Canal Studio is located on the boardwalk overlooking the canal in New Hope, connected to the New Hope Arts building at Bridge Street and Stockton Avenue.

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