“King Tut” by Carol Gorham
2021 Amazing Pumpkin Carve

Member Opportunity!
Call for Art – Be Part of the 12 Days of Art

Each year, we share works of art by our members on our social media pages, with a nod to the traditional 12 days of Christmas. Each day is an opportunity to appreciate art and the season!

This CALL FOR ART is an opportunity for HV Arts Council members to share images of their art to be featured in our “12 Days of Art.” We’re looking for anything that speaks to you of themes of winter, giving, holidays, rebirth, hope, or new year.

Selected images will be shared on social media and sent to HV Arts Council email subscribers at the end of the 12 days, accompanied by a holiday message and info about the artist and artwork.

Click here to sign up! Submission deadline: December 15, 2021

Day 4 / 2020-2021: Buddha Peace and Serenity, Sheetu Batra

7th Annual Amazing Pumpkin Carve Drive Thru – Photos!

It’s over but you can still check out the pumpkins! Click here for the full gallery of 2021 amazing pumpkins, And check out this year’s winners on our blog post!

HVArts Council ArtSpires Map Dec 10, 2020

Artist: Curtis May, Amazing Pumpkin Carve 2021

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A Daily Dose of Art
50 art projects to help
take your mind to another place.
Image from Pinterest

Community spirits are bolstered with artist-supported COVID Community Outreach Projects.
Artwork by Janis Blayne Paul

HVArts Scholarship Winners 2020

2021 Annual Scholarships
Congratulations to Seraphina Gillman, Olivia Levin, David LaRaus, and Nicole Bartnikowski 

It is always a joy to support and attend one of the HVAC events. One of the favorites is their Annual Pumpkin Carve. The creativity of the artists and the innovative thinking skills of Carol and her team allowed for a “drive thru” Pumpkin Carve last year. It was exactly what the community needed to get people out of their homes (safely) and bring some much needed laughter to both children and adults.
— Lisa Freeman, Foundation Board Member, Robert Wood Johnson- Hamilton

Hopewell Valley Arts Council is incredible — offering programs for everyone in the community and surrounding area from the youngest to those who are older. Their programs and offerings, from pumpkin carving, lectures, arts shows at the community hospital engage both participating artists but all the individuals who simply want to look, study, and observe what “artists” do. Keep up the wonderful work.
— George Olexa & Terri Olexa, Member Artists