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.  Located one hour from Philadelphia and two hours from New York City, Art at Kings Oaks was initiated in 2012 by Bucks County painter Alex Cohen and nearby artists.  The artist-led exhibition is now co-directed by Cohen and theatre artist Clara Weishahn.  Art at Kings Oaks is an invitational group exhibition that features the work of local, national, and international artists and traditionally takes place over the first three weeks in October.

The seventh Art at Kings Oaks exhibition will take place October 4 – 20, 2019.
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