Tag Archives: Pennsylvania

Art Pop Up Shop

Excited to announce that I have been invited to participate in a holiday market this December at Bernard Katz glass studio   in Bridgeport, PA.  I will be showcasing my new paintings, prints and art jewelry along side Bernard Katz beautiful contemporary glass art. Plenty of wonderful one of a kind, handmade items (big & small) for your holiday shopping.  Come out and meet the artists, learn about their art process and enjoy some light refreshments.

Join us on Saturday, December 1  – 11am-4pm

and Sunday December 2 – 11am – 3pm

1010 Dekalb Street (rear) Bridgeport, PA 19405 – Free parking lot

Visit Bernard Katz Glass Design    

 

Video process creating my landscape painting, mixed media on paper

Watercolor, acrylic paint, and graphite on paper, set on wood.

(song: Lost In The Light by: Bahamas)

 

 

Trimming the artwork, and placing it within the wood frame

Finished 6″x6″ mixed media art – Jennifer Barrile @JensImaginings

Thank you for stopping by! 

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Take a hike, really!

For my birthday  I wanted to spend the day out enjoying the fall weather with my family. Lucky for me there were no complaints when I mentioned a scenic hike at Valley Forge National Historical Park, a great place to explore and a  short drive from where we live. So we took a hike – this was our day:

After looking around the visitor center, I managed to convince these two to get off the wall and start walking!Image

Some of the things we saw on our walk….Image

Replicated HutsImage

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National Memorial Arch, 1917

Commemorates the “patience and fidelity” of the soldiers who wintered at Valley Forge in 1777-78

Taking in the view near the monument.

A quick snapshot of an old barn/farm house we passed which looks haunted..  Its probably the sun glare.

My daughter had to stop and  greet the fuzzy caterpillar, this was the second time she spotted one.

Made our way to Washington’s Headquarters, which was our last stop before heading home. I think she is learning a little something about George Washington.

Old things.

All good things must come to an end and it was a very good day.