At D.J. Harvey Agency
815 Main St. Honesdale PA
8:30am – 4:30pm M-F


At Black & Brass Coffee Roasting Co.
520 Main St. Honesdale PA
7am – 8pm    7 Days


At Bodhi Tree
214 6th St. Ste B   Honesdale PA
6:30pm – 8:30pm on Tues. & Wed.
Check Bodhi Tree website for other class hours

Galleries also open Second Saturdays 6pm – 9pm
July 14,  August 11,  September 8

Second Saturday Honesdale

PAROS Gallery


Featuring the art of Pat Dennis
Showing 7/14/2018 thru 9/2018

Patrick H Dennis is a relative newcomer to the art world.  He has decided to spend his retirement, as he did his working life, acknowledging that the best part of life is the pursuit of knowledge.  He has been studying painting since 2009 and is particularly enjoying exploring unusual uses of various art media.  His paintings range from impressionist to the abstract and he is a prolific sketch artist.  His work has been selling since 2010.

ANAFI Gallery


Featuring the art of Barbara McPhail
Showing 7/14/2018 thru 9/2018

Above all, I am one of those artists whose work is consistently changing and evolving, although I often work in a similar thematic vein. My work fluctuates between social justice themes, and a more constant environmental thread, often depicting a beautiful part of nature, and sometimes making a statement. I love to draw and make paper, but I am most known for my work as a printmaker, with monotype/ monoprint being the most expansive area of my endeavor. In this process, I begin with a sketch, but as soon as the idea takes hold, I plan the image forward with shapes, textures and color.  I enjoy creating images that are layers of colors and are printed in pieces that are joined together like a quilt. My recent work is moving into three dimensions by weaving prints together into a sculptural form.

THASOS Gallery


Featuring the art of Barbara McPhail
Showing 7/14/2018 thru 9/2018

Born and raised in North Carolina, I studied printmaking at East Carolina University. Shortly after graduating, I moved to NYC and began printing at Bob Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop. While there I saw the printmaking technique that I am known for, which I call the moveable shape technique.  I met my husband in NYC, and we gradually worked our way west. After living in Ellenville, NY, we lived in Narrowsburg, NY, for 17 years, while raising two sons. I currently live in Canandaigua, NY, in the Finger Lakes. My work is in private and public collections, most notably in the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.