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Six area artists ‘Raising a Little Cane’ just north of Lambertville

Six contemporary local artists will be “Raising a Little Cane” at a country art exhibition hosted by the historic Cane Farm Furniture in Rosemont, New Jersey, four miles north of Lambertville.

An opening reception will be held on Friday, Oct. 19, from 6 to 9 p.m., and the show continues on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 20 and 21, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

Painting by Dot Bunn

Dot Bunn will be exhibiting her Bucks County landscape and still life paintings, including new work and many small pieces.

Jim Cascio is a self-taught painter from New Jersey who has an eye for local subjects and the area.

Sheila Watson Coutin makes sculptural and functional pottery, drawing inspiration from the natural world around her — plants, animals, and creatures both real and imagined.

James Feehan, a Bucks County painter, will be displaying a selection of recent works along the tradition of diverse voices and river tales.

Local printmaker Susan Roseman will exhibit her linocuts and dog-inspired Artie Art line.

Work by Mary Shelly

Mary Michael Shelley is a Bucks County native who makes wood carved and painted pictures. In old fashioned itinerant artist style, she returns to the area once a year to show her work. She will be demonstrating low relief woodcarving at the show.

Located at 99 Route 519 (Kingwood-Stockton Road) in Rosemont, N.J., the Cane Farm is a family business that started in 1965, selling a wide array of collectibles, antiques and handmade furniture. Phone (609) 397-0606 for more info.

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