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Free Live Music Events at Gallery 33 at Comisky's Greenhouses
Free Live Music, Free Coffee and Cookies, Browse Jersey Art, Greens, Poinsettias, Wreaths, Gifts
By: Comisky's Greenhouses
Thank you so much,
Juanita Yoder, email: njgallery33@
Edward Comisky, email: comisky02@
Gallery 33 at Comisky's Greenhouses, Hightstown, NJ
--Photos available upon request and at https://www.facebook.com/
--Part of a new wave of business development in Hightstown, New Jersey
A new gift and art gallery is quickly becoming a destination spot for visitors to the region. Internationally-
FREE Holiday Events, Open to the Public:
December 3, Saturday, 3-5pm, Live music by Lance Reichert. Enjoy free coffee and cookies while browsing Jersey made art, poinsettias, greens, grave blankets, wreaths and gifts.
December 10, Saturday, 3-5pm, Live music by Daniel Trent of Hightstown. Enjoy free coffee and cookies while browsing Jersey made art, poinsettias, greens, grave blankets, wreaths and gifts.
December 17, Saturday, 3-5pm, Live music by Daniel Trent of Hightstown. Enjoy free coffee and cookies while browsing Jersey made art, poinsettias, greens, grave blankets, wreaths and gifts.
December 24, Saturday, 3-5pm, Live music by Lance Reichert, Enjoy free coffee and cookies while taking care of last minute shopping for Jersey made art, poinsettias, greens, grave blankets, wreaths and gifts.
Lance Reichert Guitarist performs pop, classic and jazz standards featuring instrumental versions of music by Hall and Oats, Pat Metheny, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Capitol Cities, Lorde and Maroon 5 etc. Lance is an accomplished musician, music teacher and educator from the Mercer County area.
For more info visit www.lancereichert (http://www.lancereichert.com/
Daniel Trent is a virtuoso in jazz, classical, rock and pop styles, guitarist Daniel Trent brings a wide range of musical experience to any performance or educational setting. After studying classical and jazz guitar at the McNally-Smith College of Music, Dan launched parallel careers as both a performer and private guitar teacher. His performance career thus far has included extensive forays into rock, blues, classical, jazz, solo acoustic, and traditional, and he has performed regularly throughout the Midwest, New York City, New Jersey, and Philadelphia. A member of ASCAP, he is also is a prolific composer of original material.
As a teacher, Dan keeps the music flowing to a new generation of players, maintaining a full roster of students and organizing recitals where they can display the prowess he has inspired in them. Dan's studio is located in Highstown, NJ.
Yoder, whose work hangs locally at Princeton University is also in collections around the US including New York City, Laguna Beach, California, and internationally in Sighisoara, Romania.
Yoder says, "I'm so thrilled to be developing this gallery to represent fabulous New Jersey art like Adam Welch pottery, Susan Winter paintings, David Jackson sculpture, Wheaton Arts hand-blown glass, Terry Plasket pottery, and others. I'm enjoying watching visitors discover the Jersey-made gourmet treats, David Bradley Chocolate and Wemrock pies and baked goods. New Jersey has a lot of gifts to offer and it's great to combine them with the gorgeous flowers, plants and greens of Comisky's Greenhouses.
David Jackson's "Tyrannosaur"
Susan Winter's art is in the collections of Bruce Springsteen and the Whitehouse. Winter's oils and pastels have been widely collected in New Jersey. She shows regularly with the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club at the Salamagundi Club on Fifth Avenue in New York.
Wheaton Arts has long been a destination in New Jersey for art creation and education. Gallery 33 has brought beautiful Wheaton Arts glass to central Jersey. Terry Plasket is a keystone potter at Wheaton Glass and his vases and pots are now available through Gallery 33.
Comisky adds, "We are bringing unique items to Hightstown, things you will only find here."
Photos and more information can be found here:
For more information, press can contact Juanita Yoder, 609-213-4834
Public can contact 609-448-1705.