Each cooperating artist in the Eagles Mere Art Gallery is an active, contributing member to the Gallery partnership.  All of the artists/partners are committed to creating a gallery featuring only original, one-of-a-kind and limited edition art and fine crafts.  Eagles Mere, a quaint village nestled in the highlands of North-central Pennsylvania, is a summer Mecca for fine arts lovers and vacationers alike.  If you come for a week or come for the day, please, come and see the latest works by our outstanding professional artists.

      OPEN Hours for the 2013 Season

 Daily        10AM - 5PM 
until September 2, 2013

September 2 thru December 29, 2013

Weekends ONLY 10AM  - 4 PM

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Feel free to contact artists directly through their attached e-mail addresses or websites.

To Contact us:

Phone 570-525-3064

Rose DiRocco Hodges, Gallery Manager        

Eagles Mere Art Gallery
288 Eagles Mere Avenue
Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania  17731

 The Gallery represents the following artists from the Greater Williamsport (PA) and North Central Pennsylvania region:


Theresa Crowley-Spitler

Theresa works in pastel to create landscapes,
still life and portraits.

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Fred Gilmour

Fred is a watercolorist specializing in photo-realistic
and illustrative techniques.

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Bill Geyer

William Geyer has been hand-crafting fine furniture for the last 35 years. Instilled with an appreciation and reverence for technique, style, and intention early in his woodworking career. He creates pieces that are functional, beautiful, and made to be cherished by not only the recipients but future generations as well.

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Crissy McGinness

Crissy combines custom and ready made beads with natural materials in a variety of shapes and sizes to create unique pieces of wearable art. She draws inspiration from her rural environment mixed with a sophisticated palette. She enjoys the creativity and thoughtfulness her art requires.

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Patricia Neely

From art teacher to a longtime career in hand painted silk art-to-wear Patricia Neely has more recently made the transition to landscape painting using transparent watercolors.


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Tom Patten
Tom owns T.P. Noble Guitar Company and The Great Susquehanna Piano Company. He builds fine hand crafted, one of a kind wooden electric guitars that speak fluent blues.


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Jackie Thomas

Jackie has been a fibers artist for more than 40 years, she
works most often with fabrics, yarns, fleece, and beads to
create wall hangings, sculptural forms, dolls, fetishes, vessels
and jewelry.  Her education includes teaching and administration, as well as a Master's Degree in Double Weave from Kutztown University.

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Roger Shipley

Professor of art, Roger teaches painting, printmaking, two-dimensional design, drawing, and color theory at Lycoming College, Williamsport, PA. Shipley studied painting at the Cleveland Institute of Art and the American School in Fontainebleau, France. He holds an MFA in painting and printmaking from Cranbrook Academy of Art. 

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Kathy Sterngold

Kathy creates an eclectic mix of traditional pottery and contemporary clay. After studying art at Kutztown and Alfred Universities, she joined The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, a leading center for ceramic art. A few years later, Kathy returned to Muncy to set up her own pottery studio.

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Terry Wild

Terry Wild resides in Williamsport, PA and owns Terry Wild Stock, Inc., a picture agency specializing in image placements, fine art print leasing, and limited edition print sales.

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