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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The next Stafford Library lecture, "American Masters--William Glackens, Everett Shinn, George Bellows, Edward Hopper," will be presented by Prof. Kate Nearpass Ogden, Ph.D on Monday, Nov. 30, 7-9 pm following the artists' reception at 6.
NEXT MEMBERS' MEETING
Monday, January 4 at 7 pm.
NEXT BOARD MEETING
Wednesday, December 2 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 Secretary (record minutes of board and members meetings) 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
Pine Shores member artists Mary Walker-Baptiste, Jan Becker, Giorgio Donnarumma, Lee Fricke, Rita Michaelenko, Mary Sinacore and Ilomay Pedicini are exhibiting at the Stafford Library from November 2015 through February 2016.
At the 49th annual NJ Senior Citizens Art Show, Bernice Rappoport (Watercolor) and Linda Saladino (Pastel) both won Honorable Mention ribbons in their categories.
Diane Tomash won Best of Show at the Ocean City Arts Center annual Juried Exhibition for her monotype titled "Strength of the Neighbor." The show runs until Nov. 30. Hours are M-F 9am-9pm; 9am-3pm on Saturday; closed Sunday. Closed Nov. 26 and 27. 609-399-7628. Tomash is teaching a Landscape Painting Workshop at the Noyes Museum in Oceanville, NJ on Saturday, Dec. 10 from 12:30 to 3:30 pm. Contact email@example.com or call 609-652-8848 for details.
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.
The Winter 2016 Class Schedule is here! Go to Workshops page or click here.
Children's Winter Classes--scroll down to Bulletin Board for details.
Art Harvest Show winners--Click here for pix.
Inside a Pine Shores Board Meeting--scroll down. Congratulations to our newly elected 2016 officers: President Paul Hartelius, Vice-President Kathy Crocker, Treasurer Peggy Mahan, and Secretary Bernadette Darder.
Use your artistic talents to teach area seniors--scroll down for details.
Book your reservations for the Holiday Dinner at Octopus's Garden on Dec. 7. Details can be found by scrolling down to Bulletin Board.
For details on the annual Deck the Walls! exhibition in December, scroll down to Bulletin Board. View the exhibit at a casual holiday get-together on Sunday, Dec. 13, 1-3pm. Please bring light snacks, finger food or beverages to share. All are welcome!
The President's New Message--click here to read it.
Help Wanted for some important Pine Shores positions. Scroll down to Bulletin Board for job descriptions.
Fall-Winter Group Show at Stafford Library runs November through February. Reception: Monday, Nov. 30, 6-7 pm for artists Mary Walker-Baptiste, Jan Becker, Giorgio Donnarumma, Lee Fricke, Rita Michaelenko, Mary Sinacore and Ilomay Pedicini. For pictures of the hanging, scroll down. For details of the art lecture that evening, scroll down to Calendar.
To view Photography Show winners, click here.
Time to POP Out Into the Community!
New member Laura Moyer introduces her idea to have Pines Shores artists volunteer monthly at senior citizens centers and nursing homes.
Pine Shores Art Association's Outreach Program is coming in January 2016! We will be taking Art Projects to patients at three nearby Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers:
Genesis Healthcare - Southern Ocean Center off Rte. 72, Manahawkin – Tue 2:00-3:30.
Manahawkin Nursing & Rehabilitation Center off Rte. 72, Manahawkin – Wed 1:00-2:00.
Seacrest Terraces Assisted Living Facility off Mathistown Rd, Tuckerton/Little Egg Harbor – Tue or Wed 2-3:30pm, depending on when volunteers are available.
We'll provide our PSAA Outreach Program once a month at each facility. Volunteer Training, project materials and practice sessions will be provided by PSAA prior to your visit, so you'll be prepared and ready to have some FUN with the patients as you help them express themselves through art!
Save the date: Wednesday, Jan. 13, 3 pm: Training session, at PSAA, for the volunteers' planning to take art activities to local nursing homes. More information about the training and project practice will follow. If you cannot attend the meeting but your heart is calling you to do this, please call Linda Saladino at 609-660-8062 or Charleen Leslie at 609-709-7441.
For Pictures of the Art Harvest Paintings and the Nov. 1 Reception, click here!
Pine Shore Artists Hang Their Paintings for Stafford Library Winter Show
Some of the artists showing up for the Nov. 10 hanging (clockwise from top left): Giorgio Donnarumma; Ilomay Pedicini (event coordinator) and Lee Fricke; and Mary Walker and Lou Baptiste. Meet them all at the Monday, Nov. 30 reception, 6-7 pm.
Exclusive! Inside a Pine Shores Board Meeting!
Above: Treasurer Peggy Mahan, President Paul Hartelius, Vice-President Kathy Crocker, and Secretary Kathleen Delaney listen as course coordinator Pat Morgan describes a new proposed pastel class at the Nov. 11 meeting. Left: Board members Margaret Hartwell, Ilomay Pedicini and Harriet Fink await their turns to speak. Below: Linda Saladino and Laura Moyer (far right) get ready to outline the POP program that will bring Pine Shores artists into local nursing homes starting in January. (Scroll down for more details.) Pictured beside them (right to left): Ada Barber, Mary Walker-Baptiste, Irene Bausmith, Pat and Kathleen.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...at the Tuckerton Seaport, as PSAA members Kathy Crocker and Lee Fricke show their decorating skills. For more about how it was done, scroll down. photograph by Paul Hartelius
Paul Hartelius reports:
"The Seaport at first didn't want a Pine Shores art show during November/December, but then saw how bare the walls were when the Fall Show was taken down, and so they asked us to quickly put up a holiday/winter show. Not wanting to disappoint, we hung 20 paintings with the help of Lee Fricke, Kathy Crocker, Shelly Ristowe (and me!)
After hanging the show we then tackled the tree, which is one of 17 trees this year making up the 'festival of trees' where each tree is decorated by a different non-profit and the Seaport visitors can 'vote' for their favorite tree by making a donation in the container designated for that specific tree. (This year we had lots of new handmade ornaments from our members, and combining them with last years ornaments, we will also have another great tree at our PSAA gallery in early December!) The non-profit with the most donated dollars at the end of the festival (first week in January) is crowned the winner of the festival (for bragging rights!). Last year Pine Shores took in $77. (We didn't come close to winning, however!)
Kathy and Paul after a job well done.
Decking the Seaport Walls!
The Busy Elves Who Decked Our Walls. . . The Hanging Committee!
Above: Just a sampling of the nearly 40 entries in our annual Deck the Walls show running through December at the Pine Shores Gallery. For details of the Dec. 13 reception, scroll down to Also Noteworthy, below.
Season's Greetings from Pat Morgan's Holiday Cards Workshop!
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Left to right: Bob Novack, Danny Ng, Ed Rennar, Tom Rutledge, Irene Bausmith and Paul Hartelius. Not pictured: Margaret Hartwell, who helped out as she always does with preparing/printing the labels and posting them next to their corresponding painting.
Receiving was from 10 to noon on Wednesday November 25 and was a relaxed, casual event with artists picking up their Fall Art Harvest paintings and others dropping off their 'Deck the Walls' artwork. Although most members stopping by to drop off or pick up were out running last minute errands for their Thanksgiving celebrations the next day, everyone stopped by long enough to chat and catch up with friends and admire the new show artwork. Once the last paintings were received, the hanging committee went to work like a well-oiled machine and finished in what seemed like record time, letting the crew get home at an earlier hour to join their families. -- Paul Hartelius