CAPTURING JEWISH ART AND INTERIOR DESIGN
FOR YOUR HOME, SYNAGOGUE AND INSTITUTIONS
TO PRESERVE A LIFETIME OF MEMORIES


Pickles

At the end of the first decade of the 20th century, the Lower East Side, NY, Marshall Street, Philadelphia, and portions of South Jersey, boasted the influx of many Jewish Immigrants. Along with thriving delicatessens, journalists, union men, farmers, workers and artists, anyone looking for an escape from the drudgery could argue, kibitz, debate and discuss the day's events over steaming tea, lemon, or slice of cake. Carbonated water is another Jewish Success story called "East Side Champagne" which started in 1880 by two seltzer producers.  Goodman's Noodles, Barton's Candy, Rokeach, Hebrew national Hot Dogs, Nathan's, Shapiro Wine, Horowitz Matzoh, Bialys and GUSS'S PICKLES made their presence known. But the Jewish Bagel conquered the world.  This image is one of four commissioned canvases to be presented to the SEASHORE GARDENS LIVING CENTER in Absecon, New Jersey.


 
 

NEW DIRECTION TEACHING WATERCOLOR PAINTING TO SENIORS

Diane Hark is now bringing her expertise and years of painting to senior retirement facilities in Philadelphia and New Jersey. She is teaching seniors weekly at Olli Osha Lifetime Learning Institute at Temple University, Wesley Manor in Ocean City, and Crest Haven Rehabilitation Center in Cape May County. To invite Diane to teach, email dianeharkart@aol.com.

Our Treasure Chest Logan Fountains




Sunshine on Sunday

Coffee Break in Collioure
Coffee Break in Collioure

Montgomery County Community College joins PSC for the 150th anniversary for PSC
May through June on Dekalb Pike in Blue Bell, Pa


Bikes on Rittenhouse

Best of Worldwide Watermedia Book
Has invited Ms. Diane Hark to exhibit her outstanding watercolors, featuring Greek Peak and many other original Philadelphia spectacles. She is listed in Best of Artists.com of those who have exhibited innovation, skill and uniqueness.


Greek Peak
 
LANGMAN GALLERY INVITED DIANE HARK
Solo Exhibition of Rose Garden In The Park
An exhibition of watercolors and acrylics highlighting inner and outer landscapes through the windows of our times.

Langman Gallery
2400 Moreland Road
Willow Grove, PA 19090


Avenue of the Arts


Diane Hark, PAFA Alumna, signature member of several national watercolor societies as well as the Philadelphia Sketch Club, exhibits and is represented by Langman Galleries in Willow Grove, and Wm Ris Gallery in Stone Harbor; Ms. Hark is also a member of many regional art societies and contributes constantly to fundraisers and local companies.

More information on Diane's exhibits can be found on Diane Hark's exhibition schedule.






  

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