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AS Art Foundation Mission

The Anita Shapolsky Art Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt National Not for Profit Corporation. The Foundation is located at 20 West Broadway, Jim Thorpe, PA, 18229. This is also the address for the Foundation’s art exhibition center. The Foundation was established in November of 1999. Our main goals are:

  • To establish and operate an art exhibition center for literary and educational purposes.
  • To provide a “home” for important art (primarily Abstract) upon an artists’ demise.
  • To educate current and future generations on the importance, significance and various styles of abstract art.
  • To promote programs that offer avenues to display, educate and proliferate abstract art.
  • To ensure that Abstract Expressionism maintains its important place in history.
  • To continually analyze the art world to find new, emerging trends and seasoned artists that are significant in scope and in need of support.


Art Summer Program

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Art classes June featuring Abstract Art.

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From May – October. For inquiries email here: anitashapolsky@gmail.com

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    Making Art with Liquid Fire

    The Anita Shapolsky Art Foundation will host Making Art with Liquid Fire by New York artist Michael Dominick and the Manhattan Iron Project on Saturday August 22, 2015 from 3-5pm. The leather-clad artisans will create paintings with white-hot, 2800 degree, molten iron. Also in our galleries: The Many Faces of Abstraction, a show of Pennsylvania-based abstract […]

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    Many Faces of Abstraction

    July 11 – August 22, 2015 Opening Reception: Sat. July 11th, 3-5pm Joel Le Bow, Jack Cesareo, Amaranth Ehrenhalt, Anthony Fearron, Claire Giblin, Karl Hagedorn, Ben Herr, Ryan Hnat, Bill Hutson, Martee Levi, Shozo Nagano, Michelle Neifert, Florence Putterman, Barnaby Ruhe, Ellen Slupe, and Shirley Thomas.  The AS foundation focuses on Abstract Expressionist paintings and sculptures, and for […]

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    Young Artists

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    World Costumes

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