About Art at Kings Oaks
Art at Kings Oaks reimagines an 1837 barn and an 18th-century stone sheep barn-turned 20th-century chapel near Newtown, Pennsylvania, as unique settings for art to inhabit. Art at Kings Oaks is an annual invitational group exhibition that features the work of local, national, and international artists. The artist-led exhibition is co-directed by Bucks County painter Alex Cohen and theatre artist Clara Weishahn. Located one hour from Philadelphia and two hours from New York City, Art at Kings Oaks was initiated in 2012 by Cohen and nearby artists. While the exhibition traditionally takes place over the first three weeks in October, inquires regarding artwork that has been exhibited at Kings Oaks are welcome year-round.
Art at Kings Oaks
756 Worthington Mill Road
Newtown, PA 18940
Alex Cohen is a Bucks County native who studied painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. Alex has exhibited in galleries throughout the Philadelphia region, Bucks County, and New England. He is a teacher and a frame-maker. Alex is the founding co-director of Art at Kings Oaks. More about Alex>>
Clara Weishahn is an Alaskan theatre artist who performs, directs, and creates scripted, scored, and devised works with companies and collaborators across the East Coast and in the Pacific Northwest. She was born in Juneau, Alaska and grew up on a farm outside of Haines, Alaska. Clara studied visual arts at the University of Alaska Southeast and studied theatre at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon, the Pig Iron School for Advanced Performance Training in Philadelphia, and the London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA) in Berlin. Clara is the co-director of Art at Kings Oaks. More about Clara>>
Art at Kings Oaks is an invitational exhibition. There is no submission process at this time. Artists are welcome to share their work via email. Their information will be kept on file.
Since 2017, Bucks County native Michael Barocca has contributed his innovative and sensitive lighting design sensibilities to illuminating hundreds of works of art in the historic Barn and Chapel galleries at Kings Oaks.
In 2018, Rosemont-based carpenter Aram Dadian created a custom table-top glass vitrine for displaying works on paper in the Chapel at Kings Oaks.