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Artist David John Rush: One Man Show at Two Art Exhibits!

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Artist David John Rush will be the featured solo artist at two upcoming shows.  Old York Cellars Winery in Ringoes will feature his Still Life paintings in a show entitled "Peaceful Visions" from February 3-April 7  and Madison Public Library will proudly feature 26 of Mr. Rush's  Oils and Watercolors in his exhibit "David John Rush...50 Years of Painting."  The library show will run from February 1 to February 28.
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David Rush will be the featured solo artist at Old York Cellars Winery with his newest exhibit “Peaceful Visions.”  Located at 80 Old York Road in Ringoes, N. J., Mr. Rush’s paintings will be on display in the winery Tasting Room and the Vista Room, its main gallery.   Featuring 26 Still Life oil paintings, the exhibit will run from February 3 through April 7, 2012 and can be viewed daily, noon – 5pm.

Old York Cellars will start the exhibit with an Opening Reception on Sunday, February 3 from 12 to 5pm that includes complimentary wine.

Two Meet the Artist Dates are slated for Sunday, February 17 and Sunday, March 17 both from 1pm to 4pm and includes a brunch with live music.  The artist, David Rush will be on hand to answer questions and talk with the guests.  For more information call Old York at 908-284-9463 or visit them at:  oldyorkcellars.com

Mr. Rush will be the featured artist at the Madison Public Library’s Chase Room from Friday, February 1 to Thursday, February 28.  The library is located at 39 Keep Street in Madison.  Call the library at 973-377-0722 for the gallery viewing hours.  Their website is: http://www.madisonnjlibrary.org  Mr. Rush’s exhibit entitled “David John Rush 50 Years of Painting” will include Landscapes and Still Life in exquisite watercolor and oils.

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