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April 20th
7 pm

Irish fiddle music In a modern context


April 28th
7 pm



Previous Art Exhibitions

2017 Berlin Quilters Guild Display

2016 - A collection by ED SOLAR

Opening Saturday, September 24th - 6:30 pm - thru the end of 2016

Born and raised in northern New Jersey, Edward Solar studied at Montana State University Utah State University and Glassboro State College (now Rowan University) in New Jersey. The now-retired business owner taught high school mathematics for two years before deciding to work for himself. His interest in woodcarving first began at about the age of 10. He was fascinated by a hand-carved chain. His first project was his very own short, six-link chain. It didn’t take him long to realize that he wanted to continue carving and his hobbies now include not only woodcarving, but also woodworking, basket weaving and the art of staining glass.

Mr. Solar’s exhibit, being housed at St. Kieran’s, includes a variety of items from his personal collection: a wooden reindeer, a moose antler depicting a carved nature scene, wooden plates and bowls, jewelry, pens, oil paintings, weaved baskets, stained glass and a multitude of other items adorning virtually the entire space! The exhibit includes a large wood carving of a carousel horse which holds a special place Ed’s heart. The history of the carousel horse is posted near the work.


A Walk In The Park

Spending the first part of her life in Bow, Lukasak moved to Berlin when she was just 16. After a period of travel, she returned to call Berlin home. Her love of the visual arts is expressed in her photography, but she also finds joy and beauty in painting, drawing, crocheting and working with clay.

With the purchase of her first camera, she began taking pictures of everyday things that caught her eye. Lukasak fell in love with flowers and grew to appreciate the uniqueness of each one. Beyond her passion for photography, Lukasak acknowledges that she loves to share her work with others.

“My favorite part is telling people that most of the photos are taken right here in town. People are always surprised to learn that there are several botanical gardens within walking distance of downtown,” said Lukasak.

With the support of her family and friends, she decided to turn her images into greeting cards, postcards and prints. Lukasak sells her cards locally at the Berlin Farmers’ Market and at Rumorz Boutique on Main Street in Berlin.

Lukasak is currently employed as a reporter for the Berlin Daily Sun and is working to earn her Master’s Degree in Creative Writing with a concentration in Non-Fiction. Perhaps we will see her name pop up again in the literary field.

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