Anna W. at our display for

Newtown Park & Rec's fall event

Art In The Park



"Portraits of Change"

portraits of individuals who promoted peace, equality, and helping others

See all of the paintings on our HOMEPAGE

29 students participated in our "Portraits of Change" art project and art exhibit at Countryside Gallery in Newtown last spring.  The students work and their art show helped to promote tolerance and positive change by serving as a fundraiser for The Peace Center of Langhorne and by paying tribute to individuals devoted to peace, equality and helping others.  The "Portraits of Change" art show was so well received that the students were also invited to show their paintings for 3 months at Doylestown Hospital's ArtWalk!

Art Service Projects

"Be true to yourself, help others, make each day your masterpiece" 

- John Wooden

Newtown Art for Kids' summer art exhibit at The Churchville Nature Center's 50th Anniversary Celebration!

"If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere." - Vincent Van Gogh

Each year, new art students are invited to observe and paint a species of caterpillar, butterfly, or chrysalis that inhabits the nature center.

Their artwork is then photographed and printed on an outdoor sign to help docents and visitors identify what they see during their visit to the nature center.

Photographs of the artwork are also used to make note cards that are donated to the nature center's gift shop as a fund raiser.

link to news article about fundraiser:

The Churchville Nature Center is a non-profit organization located at 501 Churchville Lane, Churchville PA

Newtown Art for Kids at Countryside Gallery!

Our annual art shows at Countryside Framing & Gallery either showcase the students' personal best works, or sometimes we have a themed show

such as "Discovering America's Treasures through Art" which featured paintings of scenes from our country's beautiful National and State Parks.

Countryside Framing and Art Gallery is located at 2 South State Street, Newtown PA 18940

Thank you Richard Fekete and Michael Hammer for being so supportive of our young artists!

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One Planet Student Art Show

Animals and plants are struggling to adapt to new conditions created by climate change. Many life-forms are forced to move or change their behaviors in order to survive as their habitats shift. The species that will struggle most will be the ones that are very specific in what they eat or where they live, especially if their habitats are eliminated. Climate swings have occurred in the past, but the changes have taken a thousand times longer than the current human-made climate change.