Two Artists of Lambertville, "The Train and River" - Official Opening set for October 4th
Pictured Above: “Graffiti Train” Work by Stepgen Harris Photo Credit: Contributed.
Newsroom Post: LAMBERTVILLE, NEW JERSEY
Artists Cathy Begg and Stephen Harris will present their collective work at the Lambertville Library with an Opening Reception specially for the public on October 4th, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM.
Lambertville, NJ – Cathy Begg and Stephen Harris, two artists living in Lambertville, will be presenting their diverse work at the Lambertville Library from October 4th– Nov 15th. The Two Artists of Lambertville show will feature their interpretation of the river and trains that were central to the city’s development. An Opening reception will be on Wednesday, October 4th @6:30 – 8:30 PM. The show will be held at Lambertville Library and it is located at 6 Lilly St, Lambertville. The hours are posted on their website: lambertvillelibrary.org
Cathy will be presenting her engaging and inspiring metal works, which are created by staining and applying salts/chemicals to recycled “1940 copper printing plates”, which creates a truly one-of-a-kind art, with some pieces framed with upcycled wood.
Pictured Above: Balance Work by Cathy Begg. Photo Credit: Contributed.
Stephen will display a mixed media that incorporates his local photography with metal reclaiming from the Lambertville “Graffiti Train”, which for years was a destination for artists and teenagers. The abandoned and decaying train often served as a backdrop for portraits, album covers, and creative photography.
For hours, opening reception details and more information, visit: lambertvillelibrary.org.