Simon Fine Art Gallery’s 3rd annual “Sketch George” Community Art Exhibit

Simon Fine Art Gallery’s 3rd annual “Sketch George” Community Art Exhibit opens February 25. The public votes for their favorite artwork and voting will continue through March 10. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners receive a gift certificate to our gallery/boutique.  We hold this exhibit in the spirit of nurturing fun and creativity!  It’s a gentle reminder that creative expression holds an important role in individual and community well-being. There is an artist in all of us, all you have to do is get out of your own way, have some fun creating and let that artist out! For more information, contact us at 215-249-9155 or drop by the gallery!  See the design brief that follows if you would like to participate:

 Design Brief for “Sketch George” Event

*A community art event for all ages!

*Gift certificate prizes awarded for 1st place $200, 2nd place $100 and 3rd place $50.

*We will accept one submission per person.

*All abilities, any medium and style accepted.

*You may use any photos of George from our Facebook page, or come by the Gallery and take your own photos or sketch from life. Subject matter is George, of course!

*Maximum image size 11 x 14 inches.

*Art needs to be matted or framed. All paint should be dry please!

*All entries are due by Feb 18, 2017.



Simons Fine Art Gallery presents “Visions” featuring artist Jas Szygiel


Chalfont artist Jas Szygiel is re-defining what it means to be a Bucks County artist in his one man show “Visions” on exhibit at Simons Fine Art Gallery in downtown Dublin, PA.

Jas’s sensitive yet powerful paintings, infused with rich dramatic color, capture the splendor of the local landscape, transforming his images into an emotional symphony of atmosphere and beauty.  His classically designed, representational paintings combine the use of subtle light and delicate shadows, to bring the mood of the scene directly to the viewer.

A life-long resident of Bucks County, Jas is a graduate of Hussian School of Art and Arcadia University (BFA), and has taught art at both locations. His works have been awarded regionally and nationally, and are included in the collections of the Port of History Museum, The Franklin Mint, LPGA , The Polish National Alliance, and numerous private collections as well.

We are proud to include this talented artist as part of our ongoing “Featured Artist” events showcasing Bucks County’s fine artists. Please join us for a Meet the Artist reception on April 6, from 12 to 4 pm. The show  will run through May 30 during regular business hours at our gallery located on Rt. 313 in Dublin.