Blue Pomegranate is an art and music program that by Blawenburg Church. Its purpose is to share the talents of musicians and artists with the community. In this seventh season, on June 20.
Shows for free, but to support the musicians.
BLAWENBURG CHURCH ART AND MUSIC SHOW
May 16, 2019
Blawenburg Church will feature local art and music again this month, as Blue Pomegranate presents its third and final show of the spring season on Thursday, June 20.
Three artists will show their crafts, and each of them work with a different art form. Hopewell artist Marissa Blossom is a nature-inspired painter who works primarily in oil pastel. A large portion of her work leans toward the abstract. Rob McAllister is the face behind Angry Nimbus Woodcraft. In his small workshop on his Bucks County farm, Rob uses high-voltage electricity and raw lumber to create functional art, décor, lighting, and furniture. Lynn Ebeling, a Hopewell artist who showed her oil paintings at Blue Pomegranate in April, returns with beautiful handwoven baskets.
The musical group, The Woe Nellies, will take the stage that evening. The group is composed of five women, all who strum ukuleles and sing.
“This is the final show of the season,” says local artist and church elder Alan Taback, who helps to manage the program. “And we’re just so pleased to be able to give these talented folks a venue to show their work.”
Doors open at 7:00pm in Cook Hall on the Blawenburg Church campus at 424 Route 518. Light refreshments will be served and admission is free; however, donations to support the musicians are encouraged. For details, go to www.BlawenburgChurch.org or on Facebook @BluePomArt