On Our Walls

We are thrilled to have a new partnership with Gallery222 Malvern who curated the beautiful fine art you see on our walls.

Click for more information or to purchase the Art ‘On Our Walls”!

Gallery222 is a place to be enlightened by established and emerging artists.  Enjoy the incredible talents and hear their stories in a warm and welcoming environment.  Gallery222 Malvern – 222 East King Street, Malvern, PA 19355 

Currently Bridgets is featuring art from the following Artists:

Mark Fleming: ALL THE POP ART

Mark Fleming currently works out of the Studios on Quick Street in Phoenixville.  He is a contemporary artist whose style tends toward the Pop Art Movement.  Pop Art emerged in the United States in the mid to late 1950’s and is still a popular style today. Like known pop artists Andy Warhol or Roy Lichtenstein, Mark creates his work using imagery from popular and mass culture like comic books, advertising, and everyday objects. Mark takes these popular images out of his known context, using isolation, layering and combining to create something completely new.

Elise Phillips: WISH UPON A STAR

Elise Phillips was born in Wayne, Pennsylvania into a family with an extensive background in the fine arts. Her great, great grandfather founded Newman Galleries in Philadelphia in 1865, and today she is the fifth generation of the family involved in the arts.
A graduate of The Hussian School of Art in 1983, she was an accomplished illustrator and graphic designer with many successful commissions in the business community. With an inherent passion for painting, she enrolled at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, emerging well schooled in the tradition of the Academy.

Elise has for many years maintained a studio in Elverson, Pennsylvania, where the bucolic countryside is a constant source of inspiration for many of her paintings, as is Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, the Chesapeake Bay and the New England coast.

An award winning exhibitor, she is a signature member of the Philadelphia Water Color Society, a member of the Philadelphia Sketch Club, Oil Painters of America, American Impressionist Society and the Mid Atlantic Plein Air Painters.

Judy McCabe Jarvis:  — BOTTLE PAINTINGS — BOODLES, GIN AND TONICS, YOUR CHOICE

Throughout her decades-spanning professional career in the Greater Philadelphia Area, Judy McCabe Jarvis has established herself as one of the region’s foremost painterly realists, depicting the familiar subject matter of the landscape through abstracted lens.

Having developed her craft since early childhood, she graduated from Tyler School of Art at Temple University with a BFA in Painting, spending 5 months of her education studying the Masters in Rome, Italy.

Inspired by color and the environmental diversity of the area surrounding her home, she enjoys high intensity hues in the most unexpected places on her canvas and feels especially rewarded with plein air painting.  Challenged by nature – picking bugs off the canvas, wrestling high winds and a boiling sun – plein air allows her to connect both creatively and physically to her subject.

Not limited to the land, however, she is also a student of still life.  Attracted to the glistening reflections of the bottles and glass, the intimate beauty of a tea cup and the organic beauty of fruits and vegetables, still life offers its own challenges – negotiating the light, subject and perspective all within her quite of her studio.

Whether it be the rolling hills of the Brandywine Valley or the delicate grouping of gin bottles, Judy McCabe Jarvis’s art aims to capture and slow the viewer so they might look at a small slice of life and see something more, whether it be wit, beauty or moody light.

Randall Graham: — “MAN IN DEER HEADLIGHTS” – BATHROOM HALLWAY

Randall’s passion for art has been apparent since childhood.  His love of drawing and creating stories through works of art started at a very young age and hasn’t stopped yet.  He studied at The Carlin Academy of Fine Art.  Bo Bartlett has also taught Randall and influenced his style.  The tradition of Chester County artists continues with Randall.   He was born in Malvern Pa and today he resides in West Chester PA with his family.  He keeps a studio in Malvern where he works and teaches traditional painting fundamentals.

Randall is ambitious when it comes to his approach to painting.  His work comes in a variety of channels including studio work, en plein air (outdoor painting) and his “en rain air” style.  The “en rain air” style comes about from painting a scene from his mini van or window while it is raining.  The rain drops on the window act as a means for abstraction.  The juxtaposition of abstract and reality creates emotional paintings which have become very popular with Randall’s collectors.

Randall also loves to share his knowledge of painting through teaching.  Helping others create is a truly gratifying experience.  Randall teaches traditional painting fundamentals at Randall Graham Studio in Malvern, Wayne Art Center and Chester County Art Association.

Jeanne Gunther:  — “MARSH NEST” IN HALLWAY

Jeanne Leyden Gunther graduated from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art with a BFA in Oil Painting. She is very active in the community art scene and is a member of Saratoga Arts Saratoga Springs, New York, and the Philadelphia/Tri-State Artist Equity Association. Jeanne is currently the President of the Delaware Valley Art League. Her award winning work exhibited here is part of the Curiosity Series depicting the playful nature of crows.