Stuido B's “On The Road” member artists make a stop at The Baum School Of Art

Bert's pot by Susan Biebuyck
Bert's pot by Susan Biebuyck

The Baum School of Art is proud to present a new group exhibition Upon Reflection: A Studio B Members’ Exhibition, part of the Studio B “On the Road” program, in The David E. Rodale Gallery. For this juried exhibit, artists were asked to create works that are inspired by and related to the theme of Reflection. All works are created by the member artists of Studio B, a community art gallery based in Boyertown, PA. The Baum School of Art is pleased to bring these talented artists to the Lehigh Valley.

Studio B’s “On the Road” Member Exhibitions have been popular among artists and patrons alike, including the inaugural exhibition at Montgomery County Community College and Fraktur at the Schwenkfelder Museum. The Studio B “On the Road” Exhibition Program is designed to promote its member artists by providing exhibition and networking opportunities throughout the region’s arts communities. Susan Biebuyck, Gallery Director of Studio B is excited to partner with The Baum School of Art and introduce their artist members to the Lehigh Valley and vice versa.

Shannon Slattery Fugate, Executive Director of The Baum School of Art, says, “The Baum School is thrilled to invite artists from around the region to be part of all of the excitement building in downtown Allentown, and partner with another community driven arts organization.”

The opening reception will be held on Wednesday, June 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. at The Baum School of Art and will include wine and light fare. All art exhibitions and opening receptions are free and open to the public.


From The Baum School of Art