Lambertville Historical Society’s Plein Air Plus – A virtual tribute Several artists to be celebrated online in lieu of live event 

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Lambertville Historical Society’s Plein Air Plus – A virtual tribute Several artists to be celebrated online in lieu of live event 

Lambertville Historical Society’s Plein Air Plus – A virtual tribute Several artists to be celebrated online in lieu of live event 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Date: March 14, 2021
Contact: Liz Riegel
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 267-566-2093 

Press Release 

LAMBERTVILLE, NJ – Due to the pandemic, 2020 suspended many of the local fundraising events that we look forward to annually and attend in droves. Sadly, Lambertville Historical Society’s Plein Air Plus Silent Auction for 2021 will join those ranks. But fear not, art, like life, will go on. 

As an alternative to our annual live event, LHS is offering an online celebration of last year’s Plein Air artists, who worked so hard to make this such a joyful community gathering and successful fundraiser. 

This online tribute will be featured on the LHS website starting March 14, 2021, at https://lambertvillehistoricalsociety.org/lhs-plein-air-pl…-virtual-tribute

Art deeply enriches our lives and, for now, its proliferation goes on in new ways. We hope this online tribute will provide an opportunity for you to support these artists during these difficult times. 

On this special Plein Air Tribute web page, we will share images and links to short videos of the following artists: Kathleen Zwizanski; Nancy Lloyd; Martha Wikijowski; Cathy Begg; Helene Mazur; Bob Richey; Debra Pisacreta; Jean Burdick; Al Barker; Aylin Green; SiriOm Singh; and Stacey Speer Scott. 

Please view the works, enjoy their videos, and feel free to contact the artists for more information and to purchase a piece. 

LHS is looking ahead with hopes of holding our silent auction in person in 2022. We will keep you posted as time goes on. 

The Lambertville Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that promotes, inspires, and encourages the preservation and appreciation of Lambertville’s architecture and history through education, community involvement, and through preserving and maintaining the James Wilson Marshall House. For more information, visit www.lambertvillehistoricalsociety.org.

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