Pebble Peace Gallery
Pebble Hill's Annual PEACE Show
Sunday September 7th noon till 2pm
in the Celebration space
This community group show gives all the opportunity to participate and share one's individual vision and expression of peace with the rest of the community. Pebble was officially declared a Peace Site in 1990 and the Peace show was begun in 2002 commemorating September 11 and our church's focus and commitment to Peace. This year there are ten artists exhibiting in the space for this show. Gretchen Altabef, who recently stepped down as Pebble's enthusiastic Gallery Director to pursue her own art and the Pebble farming initiative has contributed a large weaving she made as part of the artist collective known as the "Dumpster Divers" and their traveling show of art made from microfilm donated by the city of Philadelphia. This microfilm is significant historically as it contains lists of names of those not in support of war, but in support of peaceful negotiations. Other contributors include peaceful landscape photography by Marilyn Stauffer and an inspired sunrise (at the entrance to the exhibit) by Lamberville resident Joe Primo; beautiful quilts by Wendy Connelly; a stained glass "peace" flag by Rick Steinberger and more peace inspired paintings by: Susan Manning, Gladys Mitchell, Lyndy Abbott, Jimmy Wagner - a young new contributor, and current Gallery Director Jeanne Elodie. Come join in the opening on the 7th and bring out your PEACE!
Gallery Hours of Operation
Sunday Afternoons…….12:30 – 2:00pm
Mon. Tues. Thurs..…10:00am – 12:00pm
(Weekday mornings, call first 215-348-3428.)
2nd Friday night........……7:30 – 10:00pm
Contact the Gallery Director for other arrangements.