Art From Historic Morrisville, PA
Nestled along the beautiful Delaware River sits historic Morrisville, PA, a tiny borough encompassing about 2 square miles, named after Robert Morris, a key financier of the American Revolution. Morrisville was home to Morris and George Clymer, both signers of the Declaration of Independence, and served as George Washington's headquarters prior to crossing the Delaware and the Battle of Trenton. Besides being steeped in history, Morrisville is rich in beauty and culture, which has spawned the Artists of Morrisville, an arts group loosely founded in 2016 and incorporated as a non-profit in 2017. Artists of Morrisville's mission is "to expand the opportunities for local artists, to promote artistic and cultural endeavors of all types through exhibitions, performances, education and advocacy, and to enrich the community in which we live." For more information, please see http://www.artistsofmorrisville.org All artwork is for sale.