Welcome! We are a non-profit organization that provides educational opportunities for artistic, cultural and social development. Qualified artists provide instruction in various art media to beginners as well as professionals. Our members are informed of exhibits and places to show their work. An interest in art is all that is required to become a member. PSAA is operated and adminstered solely by member volunteers. The gallery is open to the public on Wednesday from 10 am to 3 pm and Sunday from 1 pm to 3 pm. Admission is free. See map and directions below.
See FORMS for membership, registration and gallery information.
Pine Shores Art Association
Offering 30 years of service to fine arts and the community
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94 Stafford Avenue PO Box 886
Manahawkin, New Jersey 08050
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On the Calendar
The PSAA Student Show will have its reception Monday, April 4, at 6:30 pm. Members and exhibiting artists may vote for their three favorite works. Vote tally at 7:15 will determine the awards.
PSAA Spring Art Show, April 28-May 24. Receiving: April 27, 10am-Noon, Reception: May 1, 1-4 pm.
Art Patron Show, Registration: April 5; Receiving: June 22; Hanging: June 29; Open House: July 10; Saturday Setip: July 23; Gala Event: July 24.
LECTURE & ARTIST RECEPTION
""Dutch Baroque--A Golden Age of Master Artist: Rembrandt, Frans Hals, Jan Vermeer and Jacob Van Ruisdahl." Lecturer: Prof. Pfof. Lisa Festa, Ph.D of Georgian Court University. 7pm, May 9. Preceding the lecture will be a reception at 6 pm for artists Mike Lipton, Carol Neugebauer, Nancy Edwards, Crlo Gaboradi, Elaine Marie Biddulph and Charleen Leslie. All events are free.
NEXT MEMBERS' MEETING
Monday, May 2 at 7 pm.
NEXT BOARD MEETING
Wednesday, May 4 at 9 am.
For more details on how to apply for art shows, go to the Forms page or click here.
For lecture signup, click here.
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If you are interested in getting more involved with your Pine Shores
organization, now is your chance to work more closely with the
volunteers who serve on the board and committees.
We are looking for a members to act as Grant Writer Committee Chairperson, Gallery Maintenance Committee Storeroom Coordinator, and a Public Relations Press-Release Writer. Position details will be posted on the bulletin board.
Contact us by phone, e-mail or snail mail, or in person during an open session or after a board meetng.
Who's Exhibiting Where
Willy Mueller and Kathleen Delaney will be exhibiting their art at the Little Egg Harbor Library from April 9 until Friday, June 10. There will be an open house on Thursday, May 5,from 6:30pm-8:00.
Paul Daukas, Paul Hartelius and Mike Lipton are the "Three Men in a Tub" exhibiting at the Waretown Library during the month of May. Join the artists at a reception on Monday, May 16, 7-8:30 pm.
Mike Lipton, Carol Neugebauer, Nancy Edwards, Carlo Gaboradi, Elaine Marie Biddulph and Charlene Leslie will be showing their artwork at the Stafford Library starting April 27. Join them at their reception on Monday, May 9, 6-7 pm, preceding the art history lecture.
Dennis Millar had his painting "Carriage Ride" accepted into the Philadelphia Sketch Club's 153rd Small Oil Open Juried Show fo 2016.
If you wish to be included in this section, please notify Margaret Hartwell by the 14th of the month before issue at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-597-1208.
Pine Shores helps launch Tuckerton Seaport's children's art exhibit--scroll down.
The latest Stafford Library group show is ready for viewing--scroll down.
Spring Cleaning at the Pine Shores Gallery--scroll down.
Marie Natale's Watercolor Demo-- Catch It Here! In Memory of Sharon Piscitelli, click here. Pine Shores members, please send us your own memories of Sharon. Email email@example.com.
To enter the Painted Poetry show, scroll down to Bulletin Board for details.
To view Janet Nelson's latest Acrylics Demo, click here.
The Spring Show is here. Scroll down for a glimpse of the winners--and the hanging.
The Art Patron Show is coming! For details, scroll down to Bulletin Board.
If it's Saturday, there must be a Pine Shores pastel class. Scroll down.
See the New Spring Class catalog. Go to Workshops page or click here.
For a group photo of the museum trip to the Whitney Museum in NYC on April 20, scroll down. Got any more? Send 'em to the website. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the 2016 Demos schedule, go to Events page or click here.
Help Wanted for some important Pine Shores positions. Scroll down to Bulletin Board for job descriptions.
Up, Up and Away--A New Pine Shores Group Show Is Ready For Viewing at Stafford Library!
This program is made possible in part by a grant administered by the Ocean County Cultural & Heritage Commission from funds granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.
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These are photos of the George Mitchell School 6th grade class art show and reception now at the Tuckerton Seaport until May 3rd. The paintings were a partnership project between the school, the Seaport and PSAA. The 72 paintings, all 11 x 14 acrylic paint on canvas covered board, were delivered to the Seaport on Friday afternoon, so our hanging crew had to jump into action to get the show ready for the reception at noon Saturday! All paintings were hung by Willy Mueller, Ed Rennar, Harriet and Joel Fink and yours truly. The reception on Saturday included a ribbon cutting ceremony for the student show and also a new craft/reading area for the Seaport children visitors. The George Mitchell School art teacher, Kathy Csipkay, was most appreciative of PSAA's help and the Seaport's coordination of the event, especially an area provided to showcase all the children's art for the month of April! Paul Hart, Exec. Dir. of the Seaport spoke very highly of the Seaport's partnership with PSAA and looks forward to many opportunities to come in our joint future. The other woman in the photo of the ribbon cutting, Jennifer Auer, will be coordinating the craft and reading area for the Seaport. --photos and text by Paul Hartelius
Willy Mueller, Ed Rennar and Joel and Harriet Fink hang 10--make that 70!
Cut! From left: Paul Hart, Kathy Csipkay, Jennifer Auer and Paul Hartelius. Above and below: the exhibit. Come visit!
Chuck Person's watercolor "Granny Smith and Cousins" is just one of the donated art works to be featured in the Art Patron Show this summer. For a peek at other entries, please scroll down.
View All the Entries at the Open House July 10; Come to the Gala Event July 24.
An Art Patron Show Sampler
Clockwise from top left: "Batso 1," Linda Coulter; "Birthday Bouquet," Mary Walker-Baptiste; "Sunflowers with Purple Floweers," Carolyn Opderbeck; and "Dance,"Pat Morgan.
It's Time for Spring Cleaning--and the Gang's All at Pine Shores!
While a busload of Pine Shorers went off to the Whitney Museum on April 21 (scroll down for group photo), about a dozen other busy bees stayed behind for some much-needed cleanup work at the gallery: doing windows, walls, bathrooms, hallways, stairwells--even the front door and walkway. It was hard work but we all had fun! Thanks to Irene Bausmith for coordinating the effort, and to the following members for pitching in: Tom Pickle, Willy Mueller, Nancy Puleo, Joanie Parks, Jill DeFelice, Richard Snarski, Bob Novack, Ed Renner, Shelley Ristow, Pat Morgan, Carol Wilkie and Paul Hartelius (who took most of these pictures when he wan't wielding a broom).
Clockwise from top left: Connie Purvis, Jill DeFelice,Rich Snarski, Irene Bausmith, Willy Mueller, Tom Pickle, Bob Novack and Carol Wilkie. Special thanks to Lou Baptiste (not pictured), for obtaining and overseeing a carpet cleaning contractor to clean our gallery carpet and stairs on Friday, April 22, after classes were done.
Ilomay Pedicini, event coordinator for the library group shows, gets a hug from Mike Lipton, whose "Colossal Kite" (inset) was one of several works hung on April 26. Meet the rest of the artists below and at the May 9 reception, 6-7 pm. The exhibit runs until the end of June, when the summer group show begins!
Nancy Edwards shows off her beautiful floral still lifes.
A majestic waterscape from Carlo Gaboardi.
Carol Neugebauer (left) and Charlene Leslie display their works.
Elaine Biddulph gets a little help from a friend.
photographs by Paul Hartelius.
Day trippers from Pine Shores assemble outside the famed New York City museum on April 21. Can you spot yourself there?
Receiving and Hanging the Spring Art Show Entries on April 27
Danny Ng and Tom Rutledge consult.
Dee Turba gets the hang of it..
Carol Nace looks over the collection.
Linda Saladino and Irene Bausmith pose.
Speaking of hanging: Ed Rennar installs the new kitchen cabinets.
Jill DeFelice and Willy Mueller talk shop.
Dennis Millar, what have you brought us?
Left: Tom Rutledge is featured
in the Spring Show. Scroll down for the winners and click here for a sample of other entries.
Spring Art Show Winners
A group of about 90 artists and friends were present to hear the results of the judging for the 2016 Spring Art Show. Sixty dfferent works in a variety of media were entered and a total of fourteen awards were given.
Guest Judge Tim Gaydos chose Ray Moran's Piazza, as Best in Show and winner of a $100 prize.
There were also four $50 cash prizes and Merit Ribbons awarded to Linda Coulter for her pastel portrait, The Wonder of Bubbles; Ed Rennar for his gouache, A Time Past; Janet Nelson's whimsical acrylic, A Colorful Gathering; and Pat Shepherd's collage, Hope and Change.
Four addtional Merit awards with $25 cash prizes were given for Jennifer LaVeglio's colored pencil drawing, Rediscovered Trust; Nancy Camilleri's pastel portrait, Study in Red; Danny Ng's acrylic, At Dawn; and Robert Novak's Adirondack Summer.
In additon to the judging by Mr. Gaydos, there were four special awards given. The Franken Frames Award and a $100 gift certificate went to Jan Becker for her gouache, Sedona.
The Tom Rutledge Award for Realism and $100 prize was given to Lisa Budd for her oil painting, Evening in Philly.
The Pat Shepherd Award for Abstract Art and $100 prize went to Lois Muller for her mixed media collage, Capture of the Muse.
The final prize was the Artists' Choice award and $25 prize chosen by the PSAA members, which went to Nancy Edwards's watercolor of pelicans, Love at First Site.
The exhibition will be available for public viewing, free of charge, from now until May 24th. Public viewing hours are Sundays from 1 to 3 PM, and Wednesdays, from 10 until 2;30 PM at the PSAA Gallery at 94 Stafford Avenue, Manahawkin.
Best in Show winner Ray Moran with PSAA president Paul Hartelius.
"The Wonder of Bubbles" earned Linda Coulter a Merit Award.
"Love at First Site," Nancy Edwards's Artists' Choice award winner.
Janet Nelson's "A Colorful Gathering" was a Merit Award winner.
Ray Moran's Best in Show winner, "Piazza."
Lisa Budd's "Evening in Philly won the Tom Rutledge Realism Award.