Delaware Valley University Life Sciences Building, DOYLESTOWN; To celebrate the approaching spring season, Delaware Valley Universitys Arts on Campus Initiative will bring the work of four Bucks County-based painters to campus for an art exhibition. The show, Springtide and Solstice, will be on display on the second floor of the Universitys Life Sciences Building from Feb. 6 through March 31. Lisa Tremper Hanover, a former director and CEO of the James A. Michener Art Museum, is serving as the events guest curator.

    DelVal will host a public opening celebration for the Springtide and Solstice art exhibition on Sunday, Feb. 17 at 3 p.m. in the Life Sciences Building. At the opening, the Universitys Chorale and the Palisades Community Chorus will present a concert featuring Haydns masterpiece, The Seasons. Following the concert, guests will have the opportunity to meet the featured artists and guest curator. Guests do not need to reserve tickets in advance and there is no cost to attend the opening event.

    We are excited to work with guest curator Lisa Tremper Hanover on this exhibit given her connection to the region and knowledge of Bucks Countys landscape painters, said Arts on Campus Co-Chair Linda Lefevre. We invite the surrounding community to join us on campus for the concert and to view the work of these Bucks County artists.

    Each featured artist has exhibited award-winning work in prestigious juried, one-person, and group exhibitions throughout the country, said Hanover. The selected artists have also garnered recognition as leaders in the artistic community.

    Artwork from Richard Lennox, Christopher McCall, Robert Seufert, and Jas Szygiel will be included in the exhibit.

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