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‘Show Some HeART 125’ returns to the Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus

The 10th annual show features more than 120 works of art by more than five dozen local artists through March 19; opening reception is Feb. 7

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus invites the public to the 10th annual “Show Some HeART 125” art show and sale, through March 19 at Bucks County Community College’s Gene and Marlene Epstein Campus at Lower Bucks in Bristol.

A free opening reception will be held on Friday, Feb. 7, from 6 to 8 p.m., featuring hors d’oeuvres and dessert, with entertainment by Bucks County Community College alumnus Joe Lizzi and his quartet. Snow date is Feb. 21.

The exhibition features more than 120 works of art by more than five dozen artists, each priced at $125, with $25 from each sale going to the Bucks County Community College Foundation’s student scholarship fund. Over the years, proceeds from “Show Some HeART” have raised more than $18,000 in scholarships.

Participating groups include Artists of Bristol on the Delaware, Artists of Yardley, ARTSBRIDGE, and the New Hope Art League, as well as individual artists.

Gwen Shrift, a former arts columnist, will judge the “best of” in five categories. Winning artists will be presented with cash prizes at the opening reception. The gallery’s signature event is sponsored by Penn Community Bank.

Admission is free. Bucks County Community College’s Epstein Campus at Lower Bucks is located at 1304 Veterans Highway, Bristol. The Gallery at Lower Bucks is open Monday through Saturday during regular campus operating hours. For more information, visit bucks.edu/galleryatlbc or call 267-685-4800.

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