Pine Shores Art 
Celebrating over 40 years of  fine arts in the community

Don't hesitate! To order, call Laura Moyer TODAY at 609 713 7337, or email her at
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Guide to the Jersey Shore

Illustrated by Pine Shores Art Association artists !
We are selling PSAA “Guide to the Jersey Shore” books, available in paperback at Amazon. Click on this link:

Also available on LBI at:
Wildflowers Too and the NJ Maritime Museum
And on the mainland at:
ReynoldsDocksideAhearnsLucille'sCountry KitchenMedicine Solutions, and The Tuckerton Seaport

Pine Shore Art Association
Volunteer Positions Open
June 2023

Volunteer positions are vital to our day-to-day efficient and effective functioning. Each role is part of established committees and new leaders will receive lots of support and guidance from the outgoing chairs, the rest of the team, and the Board. 

Volunteers receive much in return for their efforts. Some join to learn new skills; others offer their

Maintenance - click here for volunteer duties list

Office Assistant - click here for responsibilities
Note from past Pine Shores President, Tom Rutledge...

At the turn of the century from the 1800’s into the 1900’s the then famous artist, illustrator Howard Pyle, started a school of art along the Brandywine River in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Today, the style of painting he taught and the thinking involved is known as the Brandywine School, and one of the most important things he emphasized for artists is the use of imagination above all to create.
    He advocated good composition through skilled use of abstract design and negative space. He also taught about observing the effects of wind or water in each composition and the important impact of light and how it affects the subject in the work. The artist, by focusing on these things, will be helped in how they portray what they observe. This in turn excites the imagination of viewers of the work and they see more in it than the artist ever knew it contained.
    Even the great artist Vincent Van Gogh was affected in a positive way by Howard Pyle as he wrote, “His work struck me with admiration." As artists, we are always learning...who are we learning from? How important that really is in developing as an artist.

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We meet at 10am at the Tuckerton Library on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month