The Art Gallery at St. David’s

“Supporting the International Outreach Missions of St. David’s”

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The Art Gallery offers fine art and photography for sale. All are invited to gallery openings and to browse exhibitions that feature local and regional artists. Sale proceeds from the non-profit Art Gallery and adjacent Gift Shop are distributed to international outreach partners that provide funding for educational, feeding, health, and human service initiatives.

For over 50 years, members of The Painting Circle have been gathering to paint, share ideas and information, and to celebrate and support each other’s individuality. The group, under the leadership of well known local artist, Mimi Barclay Johnson, was initiated by Pat Holmes at the Wayne Art Center. They now meet weekly to paint at St. Davids Episcopal Church.
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Painting Circle leader Mimi Johnson, has a colorful background. After a successful career as a stage, set and lighting designer, she took her watercolors and oils outdoors and founded the French Creek Art Colony. Her work is found in private and corporate collections and she exhibits regularly in area shows such as the Devon Horse Show Art Gallery where she is best known for her whimsical foxes. Mimi donates to non-profits including the French & Pickering Creeks Trust Preservation, Ryers Farm for Aged Equines, and Healing Art Works and is a current or former member of Delaware Valley Art League, Franklin Inn Club, French Creek Art Colony, The Philadelphia Water Color Society (Signature Member) and the Savoy Company. “Painting is fun and full of color. Like life. It is a gift for which I am truly grateful” says this lively artist and leader..
Terry Boyle grew up in the Philadelphia area. Her earliest influence was her grandfather, Norwegian painter Enior Hiortdahl. She attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts where by studying under a diverse group of artists she learned to use most media. She is an alumni member of Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, a member of The Philadelphia Water Color Society, Delaware Valley Art League, Greater Norristown Art League, Wayne Art Center, French Creek Art Colony, Peace Valley Plein Air Painters, Philadelphia Pastel Society, and Network, a critique group. Terry has co-chaired the Philadelphia Water Color Society 111th, 112th, and the 115th Anniversary International Exhibitions of Works on Paper. She is additionally involved with the Community Garden Club at Wayne and Jenkins Arboretum. “I am always using my eyes to capture the essence of nature whether it’s looking upwards to the sky, rain or shine , clouds or no clouds or gazing at a meadow with the long shadows of the evening sunset. Every day is a different palette of color. It’s so exciting and creates in me the passion to pick up my brush. How blessed I feel to be able to enjoy what I do.”
All current art, including smaller and unframed pieces may be viewed at the Art Gallery at St. David’s Episcopal Church, Wayne, beginning by appointment only, Monday through Friday from 10:00 to 1:00 p.m. For further information, or to make an appointment please e-mail or call 484.580.8486.

The Art Gallery and adjacent Gift Shop are outreach ministries of St. David’s Episcopal Church, providing funding for education, feeding and human services initiatives in Uganda, Guatemala and Cuba. The Art Gallery is located on the main floor of the church at 763 S. Valley Road, Wayne, PA. For directions or further information, please visit: or call 610.647.7947.

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