Bond Art Gallery opens doors for Hawk Mountain Arts Tour

Submitted photo Jonathan Bondís original oil painting titled "Carousel", an allegorical Bond family portrait, is among the works on exhibit at Bond's gallery during the 9th Annual Hawk Mountain Arts Tour on Saturday, June 7. Jonathan Bondís art gallery in rural Kempton will be open to the public on Saturday, June 7, 9 a.m. ñ5 p.m. Bond is 1 of 22 artisans to exhibit wares for the 9th Annual Hawk Mountain Arts Tour and Sale. Visitors can explore the backcountry Kempton roads and scenic Berks County while visiting the Hawk Mountain countryside during the one day tour. Bond and his fellow artisans invite you to their shops and studios, and recommend a visit to local restaurants and stores for lunch and dinner. Bond will be exhibiting 60 originals, including 40 oil paintings depicting Kempton locales, hens, chicks and barnyards. Exclusive gift items for sale in the gallery include gourmet chocolates, honey, beeswax candles, silk scarves, handspun fibers, limited edition prints, soaps, coffee mugs and notecards. Tour participants can visit Bondís gallery at 59 Kempton Road, Kempton. Self-drive tour maps are available at the gallery, all tour stops, or at the Hawk Mountain Visitor Center. Online information is available at www.hawkmountain.org/artstour or www.jonathanbond.com. Mr. Bond can also be contacted via email at bondart@ptd.net or by phone at 610-756-4490. Admission is free and all artisans will have works for sale.

Jonathan Bond’s art gallery in rural Kempton will be open to the public on Saturday, June 7, 9 a.m. –5 p.m. Bond is 1 of 22 artisans to exhibit wares for the 9th Annual Hawk Mountain Arts Tour and Sale. Visitors can explore the backcountry Kempton roads and scenic Berks County while visiting the Hawk Mountain countryside during the one day tour. Bond and his fellow artisans invite you to their shops and studios, and recommend a visit to local restaurants and stores for lunch and dinner.

Bond will be exhibiting 60 originals, including 40 oil paintings depicting Kempton locales, hens, chicks and barnyards. Exclusive gift items for sale in the gallery include gourmet chocolates, honey, beeswax candles, silk scarves, handspun fibers, limited edition prints, soaps, coffee mugs and notecards.

Tour participants can visit Bond’s gallery at 59 Kempton Road, Kempton. Self-drive tour maps are available at the gallery, all tour stops, or at the Hawk Mountain Visitor Center. Online information is available at www.hawkmountain.org/artstour or www.jonathanbond.com. Mr. Bond can also be contacted via email at bondart@ptd.net or by phone at 610-756-4490. Admission is free and all artisans will have works for sale.

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