Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Painting of Pear Resembling Tuchus Spotted In Lambertville NJ

This painting of a pear shockingly resembling a tuchus was spotted recently in Lambertville NJ in a gallery window on North Union Street.

Around the corner on Bridge Street, another gallery, another tushyesque pear. What's up with this?

Do the gallery owners over in Bungtown (the old name for Lambertville among locals) suddenly decide one crisp morning, "It's fall, move the pears, figs, pomegranates and any other lewd fruit to the front window, gaudy over sized flowers to the rear!"

Lambertville NJ was recently crowned victor by the Times Of Trenton in the age old rivalry between that town and New Hope PA for title of most prominent art burg, at least as measured by number of art galleries. New Hope is still recognized as one of the premier craft destinations in the country.

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