Art in the Storefront presents greeting cards by the artist – thereporteonline

AMBLER — Carmelia Tuliszewski will be an exhibitor at Ambler’s Art in the Storefront. A reception is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 16, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the storefront, 41 E. Butler Ave., next to Denney Electric Supply.

After graduating from the College of Art and Design, Mura Tuliszewski became a commercial artist. She first worked for Hallmark Cards and then freelanced for card companies, design firms and publishers across the US.

After more than 15 years of freelancing while she and her husband raised two children, she returned to Moore for graduate school where she earned a PA State Certificate in Visual Arts, grades K – 12. She taught art for 10 years in a Philadelphia private school school.

One night while taking a watercolor class at a local community college, she developed a fascination and passion for the medium. Today, the defining characteristics of her watercolors are rich colors enhanced by dramatic lighting. She also likes to depict the relationship of objects to each other.

Tuliszewski received signature status in: National Society of Watercolorists; Watercolor Honor Society; Pennsylvania, Philaloo, Northwestern and Baltimore Water Color Society.

After recently leaving the classroom, Tuliszewski is happy to paint full-time. Her work can be viewed and purchased at You can send an email to Original or giclée prints available.

The Ambler storefront can be visited at any time as it is illuminated throughout the evening, courtesy of Denney Electric Supply. The tradition has been going on for 22 years with the sole purpose of supporting the arts by volunteer curators Mark Elliott and Karen Kizer. For more information, contact Elliott, No Bare Walls Framing Studio, Ambler, 215-654-9106. Like and follow us on

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