The East Amwell Museum will open its doors to everyone on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 1 to 4 p.m. Come check out the historic home, tour the two floors of antiques and see a special exhibition of township resident Fred Gardner’s paintings.
The East Amwell resident works with oils, watercolor and pastels, and his art can be found in collections throughout the tri-state area. Gardner also has donated paintings to several non-profits organizations, including D&R Greenways, New Jersey Conservation and Princeton Academy.
The show will include Gardner’s hand-painted Christmas cards along with a selection of his paintings. To celebrate the opening, Gardner has painting a portrait of the Clawson House which will hang permanently in the front hallway of the building. Gardner’s work will be on display until Nov. 4.