FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK: LAMBERTVILLE, N.J.

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Photo Courtesy of Highlands Art Gallery

Lambertville, N.J. is a town brimming with creativity: incredible restaurants, phenomenal antiquing, and a bustling art scene. With over 30 galleries and studios between Lambertville and neighboring river town New Hope, PA, the towns’ newest attraction, the self-guided First Friday Art Walk, is sure to delight.

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“White Flower” by David Perl

The Lambertville office of Callaway Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty is thrilled to participate in the next First Friday Art Walk, this Friday, June 5th, by showcasing its first featured artist, David Perl. His work will be on display for the opening reception, at the 49 Bridge Street location, from 6-8pm.

Mr. Perl, a retired, award-winning New York City art director, is a self-taught artist who says, “I am excited by the incredible variety and contradistinction of beauty in all things. Flowers-rust, landscapes-garbage, nature made-man made; an artist can never run out of subjects from which to be inspired.”

David Perl, whose past exhibits include Rutgers University in NJ, and galleries in Rehoboth Beach, DE, East Hampton, N.Y., Point Pleasant, N.J, and Baltimore, MD, will be the featured artist all month.  Stop by 49 Bridge Street as you stroll through one of “America’s Prettiest Towns” as named by Forbes.com. LET’S GO!