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

Check out our monthly newsletter ...  Artistically Speaking - June edition.

We have a Book Club if you're interested.  This Book Club program is for all - members and nonmembers, features a new book to be read on their own by attendees to be discussed at monthly meetings. More...

Over a dozen demonstrations in various media by our instructors are presented here.

Don't hesitate! To order, call Laura Moyer TODAY at 609 713 7337, or email her at 
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
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“Summer Art” Pine Shores Exhibit in Beach Haven Borough Hall Gallery, Summer 2021
These works are for sale and make great gifts.


Hello everyone,

I hope you've enjoyed this sunny and windy weekend and had a Happy Father's day to the Dads in our group.

The Art Chat sessions in July will be on Tuesday, July 5 and July 19th, each at 10am at the Tuckerton Library.

I hope to see you soon,

Nancy Glines

Pine Shore Art Association
Volunteer Positions Open
June 2022

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
'Turtle' and 'Monarch' 
by Nancy Glines
Note from Pine Shores President, Tom Rutledge...

A college student working on her thesis once asked me,“Ultimately why do artists paint, draw or sculpt?"  My answer went something like this: "Remember when you were a young child and made your first drawing?  You went to those you trusted most, your parents. They looked and praised your efforts encouraging you to do more, and they may have even put it on the refrigerator, a place of honor at that time. As a result, you felt good inside, happy, and ready to do more. Therefore, when we bring it right down to the basics, we are all looking for approval, not in a prideful way, but acceptance."
    How does knowing this help us?  As artists, it can help us to do our best, not settle, but most importantly it helps us to better understand other artists so we can help and encourage them.

PSAA's 2022 Scholarship winner !
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