About J & W Gallery

"J & W Mission Statement"

 

Lady Liberty, Hébert

Colette Hébert
A1914-1
Mixed Media

 

“To showcase unequaled Art in an ever-changing, relaxed yet sophisticated environment”

Our history:

The Gallery proudly opened J & W Gallery on 20 West Bridge Street in the “Artist Colony” of New Hope in November of 1997.

The Gallery was welcomed by New Hope and it’s visitors as fresh and exciting, showing works by artists never before seen in the Bucks County area.

After 15 successful years in New Hope, the gallery has decided to move the gallery across the river to the upscale art and antique community of Lambertville, N.J.

J & W now plays host to over 30 artists who work primarily in oils, mixed-media and photography. Many of the artists are in Museum collections and are in both private and corporate collections throughout the United States and abroad.

From the selection of Art, to the manner in which it is hung and lit, no detail is overlooked. J & W Gallery takes pride themselves on doing things to perfection.

Soft Jazz, fresh flowers and comfortable seating makes for a relaxed yet sophisticated environment to contemplate and purchase Fine Art.

The Gallery continually adds new and emerging artists to it’s collection so you can always be assured that you are surprised and delighted every time you visit!

When you acquire a work of Art from J & W you become part of the family.
A purchase shows your discerning eye for the very best ,and an appreciation for the way J & W understands and exceeds your expectations.

It is an investment that will enrich your lives and the ones around you for many years to come.

Chair in Late Afternoon, Kurie

Gail Bessette
Lost Nation Road
oil