5 Galleries Participate in Egg Harbor’s Progressive Art Crawl

Women’s Fine Art Galleries of Egg Harbor’s annual Progressive Art Crawl is happening Aug. 10, 4 – 8 pm. Five Egg Harbor gallery owners and artists representing Angela Lensch Gallery, Cappaert Contemporary Gallery, Lost Moth Gallery, Off the Wheel Pottery and Brilliant Stranger invite the community to an art celebration and delectable samples of their favorite ethnic foods.

These five galleries offer a diversity of art in all media. The event is free. There will be a map on the punch card guests can pick up at their first gallery stop. When all five galleries are punched, they will be eligible for a drawing for a gift certificate. Below is a list of the galleries on the crawl.

Angela Lensch Gallery, 7653 Hwy 42, 920.868.5088: Featuring Lensch’s unique, hand-woven, gold and silver jewelry as well as a variety of fine art jewelry, glass, sculpture and photography by local and regional artists. Colleen Bins of Chief Oshkosh will show intricate silver and gold metalwork and more. Featured food is a traditional white corn bread native to the Oneida Nation with a strawberry maple drink.

Cappaert Gallery, 7901 Hwy 42, 920.868.3987: Cappaert’s current paintings are focused on the abstracted close-up images of the sunsets and skies from the aerial view of planes. She will serve foods based on Italy; her previous travels there inspired her colors of some new paintings.

Lost Moth Gallery, 7975 Hwy 42, 920.495.2928: Artist Jeanne Kuhns’ allegorical acrylic paintings inspired by nature, and she will have a miniature show of animal paintings. The featured food is vegetarian sushi and spring rolls and iced tea.

Off The Wheel Pottery, 4234 Cty E, 920.868.9608: Showing the work of resident potter Renee Schwaller and a special “Pottery Mushroom Show” with a variety of glazed and painted mushrooms. Mexican-style food will be served.

Brilliant Stranger – Ecotique, 7821 Hwy 42, 920.366.0301: Showing one-of-a-kind wearable art garments and accessories by Dawn Patel, handmade acoustic guitars by Dale Kumbalek, Guatemalan weavings, beadwork and original paintings and limited edition prints. The featured food is pakora and poppadums with mango chutney and rose water lemonade.


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