Monday, July 14, 2008

Art After Dark 08

The Monthly Art After Dark Event celebrating the creative endeavors of Pike County artists took place throughout the town of Milford, PA on Saturday July 12th beginning at 5pm. Numerous galleries held opening receptions to show case the works of artists who eagerly presented their works to equally eager gatherings of art lovers. These galleries included (but not limited to) The Golden Fish Gallery* ( who featured the works of various artists, The Artery Gallery* (www.artery who featured the works of Mella Gelca Tusinean and Jane Blake, The Highland Photography Guild Gallery* ( who featured the photographic works of Thom O‘ Connor in an exhibition entitled, “Tail Fins,” and The Gallery of Antiques of Milford ( exhibition entitled “Dawn to Dusk” featuring paintings on wood by artist David Lee Bush ( Exhibitions in most of the galleries will continue until August 2nd. Please feel free to explore each gallery’s website for more information.

The evening also included a very meaningful event held by The Safe Haven, Inc of Pike County who offered numerous pieces of art in an “Art-Thentic” auction at The Emerson House in Milford, PA designed to help those who find themselves the victims of domestic violence. The their goal is to help others restore their dignity as they deal with issues relating to domestic violence and sexual abuse through crisis intervention, supportive counseling, and other means free of charge. The funds raised through the “Art-Thentic” auction will go in support of their Educational Outreach Program to the children in their community. Please Contact The Safe Haven, Inc at for more information.

The Next Monthly Art After Dark Event in Milford, PA will take place Saturday August 9th. Again, Please explore The Golden Fish, The Artery, and The Highland Photography Guild Galleries* Websites for more information. You’ll find Numerous pictures at The Forwardian Arts Society Art After Dark 08 Gallery at

(*) denotes members of The Forwardian Arts Society in good standing and are considered Our Good Friends.

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