On the first floor of the main hotel building, 401 Broad Street, the center hallway features the work of local artists. The exhibit is open to the public from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm and most of the work is available for sale.
The current exhibit of landscape paintings is by Marie Liu, whose work is known for its bold, dynamic use of color and composition. Her technique is a slow, methodical layering of oil paints to ultimately achieve a flawless pattern of shapes and colors.
Inspired by the geographic and historic richness of the Hudson and Delaware regions, in recent years she has focused her energies on landscape painting.
She has created a new series of paintings inspired by the numerous creeks and waterfalls in Pike County’s abundant natural places.
Jimmy Sheehan, whose work is exclusively featured in the dining areas of 403 Broad Street, next door to the Hotel Fauchère, was born and raised in upstate New York and moved to New York City at the age of 20 to study at the School of Visual Arts. He currently lives in Godeffroy, New York, where he is an art director and designer; he also teaches at the School of Visual Arts. He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions over the past decade in New York City and elsewhere. He recently has been the subject of a documentary, Trusting the Struggle produced and directed by Libba Marrian.
Sheehan’s painting combines elements of gestural abstraction, drawing, and iconography in a very personal expression. Simultaneously epic and intimate, his work is infused with references from his personal life as well as aspects of ancient Egyptian and Mayan civilizations. The undefined setting, in a traditional sense, is surpassed by a unique element of a pronounced outline within the figures creating a provoking source of tension. In the vein of Twombly and Basquiat, Sheehan’s lexicon of various signs and marks read on a metaphorical/archetypal level rather than according to any form of traditional iconography.
210 Broad Street, 570.409.1234
Milford Galleries is owned and operated by a cooperative of successful and emerging artists and artisans from the Tri-State area. Their work is shown in galleries throughout the U.S. and Europe, in cities including New York, San Francisco, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Philadelphia, Providence, and Paris, and is commissioned by personal and commercial patrons.
With 10-15 artists exhibiting, you’ll view an eclectic collection of original work, from traditional to contemporary, featuring various mediums including photography, paintings, sculpture,ceramics, jewelry, fine burled wood objects and more. Artwork is on display year-round; shows change every six weeks. Open Thu-Sun (10-5), Mon (11-3).
214 Broad Street, 570.296.4299
Forest Hall Antiques offers three floors of high quality antiques and collectibles that span the centuries and the continents. The large selection includes American, Asian, and European furniture, vintage clothing, china, ceramics, pottery, jewelry, art, prints, glass, and much more.
307 Broad Street, 570.296.0413
This family owned gallery includes a collection of works of various styles from medieval fantasy to contemporary to impressionistic. In addition to their own work, they are committed to promoting other local artists and craftspeople in Pike County by featuring a different artist every month. Here you will find a wide array of mediums and material, including paintings, prints, sculptures, handcrafted tables and custom-built lamps, jewelry, and other rare and unique items. This is the perfect place if you are looking for a unique gift or an intricately designed piece of art while in Milford!
In addition to the gallery, part of the store is especially dedicated to “The Museum,” where an eclectic lifetime collection of interesting historic photos, documents, weaponry, antiques, and collectibles are on display.
109 West Catharine Street, 570.296.2338
Founded in 1951, the non-profit Pike County Arts & Crafts Gallery seeks to help local artists of all ages develop and exhibit their hand-crafted work of paintings, woodwork, sculpture, stained glass, and more by offering classes, workshops, and demonstrations to more than 200 members.
114 Richardson Avenue, Shohola, PA, 845.557.8713
The Artists’ Market Community Center supports artists of all kinds, including actors, teachers, writers, poets, singers, and many others to bring life to their creative visions through exhibits, concerts, galleries, classes, and other special events. They invite all to their space to participate, watch, and partner with them to celebrate the arts!
55 Suydam Dr, Honesdale, PA, 570.253.1185
Before gracing the elaborate tables of socialites, America’s finest lead glass was designed, crafted and manufactured at Dorflinger Glass Works. Today, it is a museum, open-air amphitheater for a variety of performances, and a 600-acre nature preserve with 7 hiking trails.
Home to the nation’s largest collection of Dorflinger glass, come see more than 1,000 pieces of cut, engraved, etched, gilded and enameled crystal.
Museum and Sanctuary: 570-253-1185
Wildflower Music Festival: 570-253-5500
37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY, 845.252.7576
30 miles from Milford, the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance serves as the Arts Council for Sullivan County, New York, and was founded in 1976. They present visual, performing, literary, and media arts programs and provide collaborative project incubation, fellowships, and creative spaces while serving the Delaware River Valley’s wide region of artists and the public. DVAA sponsors an outstanding variety of arts and cultural programs in its two facilities: the Delaware Arts Center, on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Tusten Theatre, a fully-renovated 160-seat facility.
19 Kuhn Rd. Layton, NJ 07851
Store & Gallery: 973.948.5202
Just 10 miles from Milford, Peters Valley School of Craft offers fine art and craft workshops to over 300 artists from across the country, showcasing their work in blacksmithing, ceramics and pottery, fine metals, fibers, photography, woodworking, glass, music, and more.
CURRENT GALLERY HOURS: Thursday-Sunday, 10am-5pm