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Guide to the Jersey Shore

Illustrated by Pine Shores Art Association artists !
We are selling PSAA “Guide to the Jersey Shore” books, available in paperback at Amazon. Click on this link:

Also available on LBI at:
the NJ Maritime Museum
528 Dock Rd, Beach Haven, NJ 08008


Pine Shore Art Association
Volunteer Positions Open
June 2024

Volunteer positions are vital to our day-to-day efficient and effective functioning. Each role is part of established committees and new leaders will receive lots of support and guidance from the outgoing chairs, the rest of the team, and the Board. 

Volunteers receive much in return for their efforts. Some join to learn new skills; others offer their 

Maintenance - click here for volunteer duties list

Office Assistant - click here for responsibilities
PSAA's recent Scholarship winner !
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Artistically Speaking - current edition.

ART CHAT has moved to a new web page
We'll be meeting at the Tuckerton Library on the first Thursday (next one June 6th) at 10am, and at the Barnegat Library on the third Tuesday (next one June 18th) at 1pm
Note from Pine Shores President...

Hello, My Friends,

A few days ago, I received a really interesting email from The Artists Network, and it featured an article by one of our favorite visiting instructors, Carrie Waller.  

Carrie taught those of you who took her classes how to catch the light on jars and pitchers just right to make glass and crystal reflect that light help your paintings sing.  

This new article explains Carrie’s Rule of Oddities. We’ve all been taught to put three flowers in a painting of a vase, not two, or five children on a playground, not six, but Carrie explains how the brain perceives these “oddities”, and I think knowing the why of the rule will make it much more likely to stay in our minds.

Here’s my point:  Whatever type class we find ourselves in, perhaps a class that isn’t in one of our favorite media but that sounded intriguing, we can learn techniques or principles or even little tidbits that move agilely from one medium to another.

Consider tracking down Carrie’s article. It’s a four-minute read, and very interesting. And the images are well worth your four minutes!

Exhibition at Beach Haven: Off Season Show, 
Click the above link to see this exhibition!