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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:
the NJ Maritime Museum
528 Dock Rd, Beach Haven, NJ 08008


Pine Shore Art Association
Volunteer Positions Open
July 2024

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
PSAA's recent Scholarship winner !
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Artistically Speaking - current edition.

ART CHAT has moved to a new web page
We'll be meeting at the Tuckerton Library on the first Thursday (next one June 6th) at 10am, and at the Barnegat Library on the third Tuesday (next one June 18th) at 1pm
Note from Pine Shores President...

Hello, My Artistic Friends,

Welcome to Summer!  May I suggest an underused venue for your painting during the heat of summer?  Your own porch or balcony!

While plein air can be an inviting, fulfilling experience, it can come with baggage, both literally and figuratively.  We need an easel, a bag of
our medium of choice, including many more colors than we need, a handful of brushes, rags, and on and on.  And one does get hot
and sweaty, enticing little flying, or crawling friends.

There’s always something interesting that we can seefrom our porch, even if only the flip flops I’ve just kicked off.  I keep an old beloved
but substantial easel beside the door to my porch, also a TV tray. 

I take both out the short, very short, distance to my spot of the day, carrying no more supplies than 3 brushes, 4 tubes of paint, a canvas or w/c paper, a small jar of water or turpenoid, a rag, and very few little friends!  For a break, I can crawl onto a chaise lounge and peruse
my work.

Voila! The lazy woman’s approach to summertime painting!

At the Stafford Library on August 20th from 7 to 8:30pm, a powerpoint presentation...
"Edouard Manet: Impressionist or Not?"