Alluvial Years

Solo exhibition continuing thru October 30th

Solo Exhibition opens November 5th
and runs thru December 4th

Lavender Farm
14x18 inches, oil on canvas

Showing now thru Ocotber 30th:


Join us for the artist's reception on

Sunday, October 2nd, 1 to 4 pm!

For over 40 years, Joseph Barrett of Lahaska has painted landscapes that are whimsical, vibrant, full of life and imagination. The work of this iconic, Bucks County artist is always a treat for the eyes.




The paintings of Jean Childs Buzgo are joyfully and thoughtfully rendered, with subject matter that is always a treat for the eye. The historical buildings, byways of the local towns and the area's farms and waterways continue to inspire her. Look for wonderful images shown of her newest work on social media and this website!

Anita Shrager, is a Bucks County plein air painter, working in oils for over 40 years.

Her paintings are a softer, blended version of Impressionism, oils thinly applied in transparent layers, building up to a depth of color and shape infused with her lightness of touch. Reflections cast into Delaware Valley waterways are just spectacular and her award-winning floral studies bring year-round touches of color to her collectors' walls.

David Stier's world is wonderful shadows and light, subdued colors with a certain earthiness to it, something almost primal. His work is set apart in that he paints primarily on birch panels and uses his own handcrafted, stone-washed frames, each one made for the painting it presents. 

Jennifer Hansen Rolli began painting as a child, inspired by her father on numerous country outings. Influenced by John Folinsbee's early works and William Lathrop's poetic sensitivity, her work has a "Kodachrome" look with vibrant colors that causes them to have a life of their own.

Collectors of Jennifer's work are drawn close by each brush stroke in her skies, waterways, portraits and interiors. 

Desmond McRory was introduced in March as a guest artist and has now become a Silverman regular. He considers himself to be a tonalist painter, simplifying his subject matter and setting the mood with an overall tone of colored atmosphere or mist, as seen in his recent Fog on Lower Creek.*

*In August of 2014, this painting was chosen by the Moravian College's Payne Gallery to become part of their permanent collection. 

Christopher Willett, born in 1959, is a Bucks Co. painter with a family lineage dating back to ancestors arriving in this country aboard the Mayflower and Victory, settling Plymouth.

Chris captures the simple beauty of an earlier time, often set in recognizable historic settings: horse-drawn carriages, farms, villages, families working together, and friends taking snowy walks.

Jim Rodgers has been painting Bucks County and beyond for over 30 years. Living now in Millersville, PA with his wife Tammy, he continues to explore the area and find inspiration.