Scrambled Gallery's Vibrant Autumn Debut Event
Pictured Above: Guests enjoying the beautiful work at Scrambled Galley during one of their recent exhibitions. Photo Credit: Contributed.
NEWSROOM POST: NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA
New Hope, PA – With the last days of summer on the Delaware quickly transitioning into fall, Scrambled Gallery located in the heart of New Hope, PA gets ready to kick off the approaching season with a new Exhibition— the Autumn Collection, launching Saturday, August 26th, from 5-8 PM
This exhibition features the works of 25+ local and regional artists ranging from vivid abstracts, bold landscapes, expressionistic and vibrant contemporary pieces, and everything in between. The eclectic and contemporary gallery on the canal will have works featured by Abstract artist Kevin Von Holtermann, American Pop Artist Perry Milou, Photographer Jay Garrison, Bucks County Contemporary Artist Jo-Ann Osnoe, and even Owner of Scrambled Gallery and landscape artist, Hope Gaburo, to name a few.
Pictured Above: Scrambled Galley during one of their recent exhibitions. Photo Credit: Contributed.
After renovating and relaunching the Gallery this previous spring alongside the renovations to New Hope Arts, Scrambled Gallery has come back with an electric, fresh, and elevated feel establishing its roots into the New Hope/ Lambertville and River Art scene.
“Not only has Scrambled undergone major changes and renovations this past season, but this community of artists keeps branching out, building, and expanding with an intensity. I could not be more grateful for each artist who is a part of the Scrambled community. Looking back from where we started almost two years ago to now— it’s truly unbelievable to see what we’ve accomplished together,” Owner Gaburo remarks.
Scrambled Gallery was the winner of the 2023 Bucks Happening List for Best Art Gallery in Bucks County. “This is bigger than a gallery. This is now a community of people united by art.” This exhibition will also feature Live Music with performances by local Musicians Megan Chappius, and New Hope and Lambertville’s own Oliver “Hot” Dodge on the canal to complete the Summer Series of art and music launched this season.
The Autumn Exhibition opening reception will be held August 26 from 5-8 PM, with an invitation to all to attend for an extravagant evening of art, music, and a chance to meet the artists of Scrambled Gallery. This exhibition features a combination of new artists to the Scrambled family, while also paying tribute to the Gallery days of original owner and artist Erin Simmons, featuring her works and welcoming back some of the original and previous exhibiting artists of Scrambled as well.
“Since taking over Scrambled after Erin’s passing, I’ve always wanted to honor this place’s roots, and tell Erin’s story. Except now it’s not just Erin’s story— it’s my story, it’s these artists story, it’s a story to celebrate and share amongst the community”, Gaburo comments. The exhibition will run Fridays through Sundays throughout the new season, along with Meet the Artist nights, solo featured exhibitions, artist workshops, music events and more.