More Events – Paint The Town, Hawley

June 29 – “Hudson Street Artist Studio Tour”

a “Hawley Last Saturday” event

The artist studios in Hawley’s Hudson St. Arts District are not only distinctive studios but all of the properties are beautifully restored historic houses with stunning gardens. Visiting these properties and studios is a visual feast for the senses.

Raul Vega Art Studio   –   534 Hudson Street, Hawley PA  18428  –  Open 11:00-5:00

When Raul transfers what he sees onto the canvas, it becomes, without fail, a magical distortion of reality

Colbert Studio,  Artists Tom Colbert and Alan Kehoe   –   722 Hudson St. Hawley, Pa. 18428  –  open Noon to 3 pm.

Light and Color draw Tom to the flame of art.

Alan is drawn to the abstract and graphic strength in an image – and how that visually brings the viewer more deeply inward.

Stephen Geldman   –   423 Hudson Street, Hawley, Pa. 18428   –   open 11:00-5:00

Stephen paints landscapes mostly inspired by the local scenery.

Atelier 69 Studio – Mustafa Arshad   –   317 Prospect Street, Hawley PA 18428  –  open 12:00-5:00

Mustafa is a surrealist who makes a statement about the current situation drawing from his early days.

The artist studios in Hawley’s Hudson St. Arts District are not only distinctive studios but all of the properties are beautifully restored historic houses with stunning gardens. Visiting these properties and stuidios is a visual feast for the senses.

Hawley Art Trail
Additional Art Displays in Hawley:
Artwork displayed June through August at:
B. Madigan Jewelry & Gifts
409 Main Avenue
Hawley, PA 18428
570-561-3629
Miss Elly's Antiques & Such
518 Church Street
Hawley, PA 18428
570-226-7513
On display are numerous original works of Hawley artist Barbara Briden.  Included in the collection is the original piece created for the 2024 Harmony in the Woods program.
Barbara Briden bio:
A longtime member and exhibiter of WCAA, Barbara has continued her education and studies contributing proceeds to local charitable organizations.
After focusing exclusively on watercolor painting, Barbara shifted focus to contemporary abstract art. Her style utilizes bold watercolors, pastels, acrylics and collages.  Her inspirations come from plein air painting and constantly sketching.  Barbara states, "I keep compiling and mentally stockpiling exciting ideas wherever I am.  My challenge is to transfer those visions into creative work."