“Coat of Blue” an egg tempera on wood panel, is among Jon Bond’s art on display at the Mennonite Heritage Center in Harleysville,PA, October 18 through December 18, 2022. Photo Courtesy of Bond Customart.
On Display in our Lapp Gallery is local Artist Jon Bond.
“The gentle declivities surrounding my art studio in northern Berks County are no better or worse than others, but they are the places I know best.” Jon Bond
“Nothing is Everything” Art Exhibition at the Mennonite Heritage Center
Kempton, Pa. – Berks County artist Jon Bond will present his “Nothing is Everything” exhibition in collaboration with the Mennonite Heritage Center. The art exhibit in the Lapp Gallery will be on display October 18 through December 18, and in conjunction with the Christmas Market on December 2-3, 2022. An opening reception will be announced later this year when guests will have the opportunity to meet the artist and learn the stories behind the paintings.
“Nothing is Everything” will feature more than 40 original works including egg tempera, oil, watercolor, and silverpoint drawings. Finished works, along with studies and derivative compositions, capture the harsh rustic beauty of the northern Berks County landscape that surrounds Jon’s art studio. The art is a nod to the strong Pennsylvania German heritage of the area, and conveys a silent sense of place where inanimate objects become neighbors, farmers, family, and friends.
Many items will also be available for purchase. Unique gifts featuring reproductions of Jon’s art include zippered carryalls, puzzles, pillows, pencil sets, postcards, greeting cards, and more.
Visit the Lapp Gallery during regular Museum Hours: T-F 10-5PM, Sat. 10-2PM to enjoy this local display of fine art October 18, 2022- December 18, 2022.
Meet the Artist Date to be Announced.
No registration necessary. Donations appreciated for attendance.
More on Jon Bond HERE