520 Tomlinson Road, P.O. Box 759
Bryn Athyn, PA 19009
HOURS: Friday and Saturday: 10 AM to 4 PM, Sunday: 1 PM to 4 PM
artists & artworks
John Armstrong Ceramics
Gillian Bedford Oils
Reena Brooks Printmaking, knitwear, woven scarves
Dan Comisky Wood
Nicole Dul Printmaking, Photography, Book Arts
Leslie Friedman Hand knitted/woven wearable art
Vera Glenn Books
Gloria Klaiman Paper Art & Cards
Dan Lindrooth Wood
Ellen Pine Litwin Ceramics
Kathy Makransky Knitted Beaded Jewelry
Judy Merrell Fabric Art and Quilting
Page Morahan Greeting cards & inspirational photography
Stephen Nelson Glass
Janice Neven Glass Art and Crafts
Cynthia Riggs Handmade Natural Brass Jewelry
Frank Rose Watercolors & Greeting cards
Shawn Rose Nature Figurines
Linda Lee Rossi Watercolor & monotypes
Lian Sawires Fine Art Wearables & purses
Gail Simons Jewelry, magnets
Jonathan Simons Wooden spoons
Hannah Simons Wood
Dorothy Smith Oil Paintings
June Statmore Baskets
Louise Sussman Ceramics
Diane Worthington Glass beads, jewelry
A Cooperative Gallery of Fine Art and Contemporary Craft, featuring over 25 artists and craftspeople from Bryn Athyn and surrounding communities.
join or exhibit
Orchard Artworks Presents:
September to December events
Sun. Oct. 6-27
Christina Orthwein Ceramics
Opening Reception October 6th 1-4
Sun. Nov. 3-30
The Bag Show! featuring Lian Sawires, Arlene Wartenburg, Reena Brooks & June Statmore
Opening Reception November 3rd 1-4
Ornaments and Adornments
Call for Workshops
Art workshop space is available at Orchard Artworks.
Classes must be held during gallery hours, 10am-4pm on Friday and Saturday, and 1-4pm on Sunday. Artists are responsible for handling all fees and materials charges, setting up and cleaning afterward. Orchard Artworks will publicize the schedule of workshops.
Send proposals to OrchardArtworksGallery@gmail.com.
events & workshops
The purpose of Orchard Artworks is to provide a high quality showcase, a marketplace, and a supportive & cooperative fellowship for artists and craftspeople primarily in Bryn Athyn and the tri-county area; to encourage artistic creativity and excellence in craftsmanship; to provide community arts education, and to promote fine art and craft art as a viable means of livelihood.
Orchard Artworks opened in June of 2001 with the purpose of providing "supportive cooperative fellowship for artists and craftspeople." "Cooperative" is the key word here: We are doing something relatively rare in the art/craft gallery world, and that is to allow the artist to have more involvement in running the gallery as a group, thereby preserving more of the earnings of the artist for the artist. We firmly believe in the possibility of this concept being a success at Orchard Artworks for many years to come.
Thanks for checking out our web site, and we look forward to seeing you at Orchard Artworks as we celebrate the birth of a wonderful new art space!
Directions & Hours
520 Tomlinson Road is 1/2 mile east of Huntingdon Pike (Rt. 232). From Huntingdon Pike traveling north, turn right at Tomlinson (Academy of the New Church sign) and follow Tomlinson for 1/2 mile to Orchard Artworks on right (same driveway as Bryn Athyn Thrift Shop).
Friday & Saturday 10 am-4 pm
Sunday 1-4 pm
Traveling South on Huntingdon Pike turn left at Tomlinson Road & proceed as above. From Tomlinson Road & Philmont Avenue, go west on Tomlinson past Philmont Country Club on right, and Artworks is about 1/2 mile on your left.
Exhibiting at Orchard Artworks
Craft and fine artists currently residing in the Montgomery/Bucks/Philadelphia County area are invited to submit applications to the Orchard Artworks, a cooperative gallery, located at 520 Tomlinson Road, Bryn Athyn, PA. New artwork is juried on a monthly basis, and those artists who are accepted are expected to contribute six hours a month to the operation of the gallery. Current hours are Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m. For more information call 215-947-9882 to request an application.
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The purpose of Orchard Artworks is to provide a high quality showcase, a marketplace, and supportive, cooperative fellowship for artists and craftspeople primarily in Bryn Athyn and the tri-county area; to encourage artistic creativity and excellence in craftsmanship; to provide community arts education, and to promote fine art and craft art as a viable means of livelihood.
All work should:
- Be hand made by the artist;
- Be well designed, well executed, original and creative;
- Harmonize with the ambiance of the gallery;
- Should be appropriately finished, packaged and presented (e.g, paintings framed with professional quality frames)