A sweet little gallery in the heart of New Hope! Across from the New Hope & Ivyland Train Station
"A sweet little gallery" says it all. Come see our eclectic and delightful mix of landscape, still lives, portrait, figurative and abstract work in multiple styles and mediums.
Gold Light Gallery is a cooperative artists gallery. We show fine artists, photographers, crafters and sculptors most local to the area. Go here to find out more...
Gold Light Galleries is located in the heart of downtown New Hope in a refurbished historical building in sight of the Ivyland train station and next to the canal. We are excited to add to New Hope and Bucks County's rich tradition as an arts center.
Come and see for yourself!
Visual artist Natalie Talocci holds her first solo show of unique aquatic
creatures on November 8th at the Gold Light Gallery 30 West Bridge Street in
New Hope, PA. Come meet the artist November 8th from 5-8 pm.
There is something extraordinary about these gelatinous creatures that drift through water so
weightless and free. Their long string tentacles flow through the water like hair blowing in the wind.
These soft flowing forms are what inspired Natalie to paint them in the first place after seeing a
jellyfish exhibit in Baltimore, MD. "I try to capture their natural beauty, I start off with a dark
backdrop to resemble the dark abyss of the ocean, using bright neon colors to create their forms
really make these aquatic creatures seem to pop off the canvas and come alive."
Natalie has been an artist almost all of her life. In 2004, Natalie continued her
studies in art attending William Paterson University. While studying for her
degree Natalie became inspired by the influences of Kandinsky with his musical
compositions and the expressionist style of paintings by Pollock. Before
graduating in 2008, she created a unique style of painting that combines these
two influences. She focused on flowing forms and colors with painting layers of
paint by dripping and splattering acrylic onto canvas. After graduating William
Paterson University with a Bachelor's Degree of Fine Arts with a concentration
in painting, she became a graphic artist for Fulcrum Gallery.
Today, Natalie spends her time focusing on more free flowing compositions in
order to expand her artistic repertoire. "Choosing subjects like colorful peacocks and penguins really help me to gain recognition," says Talocci. "Using drips, drops and layers to create a stained
glass effect, I've developed a unique, abstract style of painting that draws the viewer in for a closer look."
Across from the New Hope & IvylandTrain Station!
Gold Light Gallery
30 West Bridge St Suite #3
New Hope, PA 18938
Or by appointment during the week