Cranbury Station Gallery
OPEN on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am – 3pm and Saturdays from 11am – 4pm. For custom framing and private in-store shopping by appointment. Call or e-mail!
Offering curbside pick-up and free delivery for all customers.
Gift certificates are also available for future custom framing orders, and fine art purchases.
Address 15 Hulfish Street, Princeton, NJ
Kathleen Maguire Morolda, owner and founder of Cranbury Station Gallery, opened the Palmer Square location in 1992, with fine art and quality custom framing. Featured artists include Joseph Dawley, Sydney Neuwirth, Charles McVicker and the owner herself, Kathleen Maguire Morolda. The gallery carries a large selection of Princeton related artwork. Cranbury Station also holds fun, quality driven, Paint Parties, for individuals, private parties, and fund raisers. Please call 609-921-0434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Awarded the N.J. Assoc of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) Mercer County Award in 2006
Awarded the N.J. Assoc of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) State of New Jersey in 2007
Awarded YWCA Princeton Tribute to Women in 2010
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Cranbury Station Gallery was founded in 1983 by Kathleen Maguire Morolda. The gallery has become well known in central New Jersey for providing quality framing of company art, photos, certificates, and interior art design, re-framing of existing artwork, refurbishing artwork and special orders of prints and posters. Color is the key to her paintings. Inspired by the natural beauty of any environment, Kathleen draws most of her creative energies from the natural beauties within her home state of New Jersey. Kathleen awakens the imagination of the observer through the creative manner in which she blends the shape and color.
Kathleen was born in West Orange and grew up in Menlo Park Terrace, a subsection of Woodbridge Township, NJ. She spent four years in the Washington D.C. area where she furthered her art studies and learned the custom framing business. In 1977, Kathie returned to New Jersey, and settled in Monroe township. Four years later, she opened the Cranbury Station Gallery and Picture Frame Shop located within a renovated blacksmith shop behind her residence. The location of the gallery allowed Kathleen to pursue her painting career, while raising four children. In 1992, she opened her second gallery and picture frame shop, the Cranbury Station Gallery, on Palmer Square in Princeton.
Kathleen’s paintings are a reflection of her own experiences with the state’s abundance of flowers and natural beauty. Her love for the variety of landscape in New Jersey, as well as its brilliant color changes throughout the year, has been the inspiration of most of her work. Kathleen also works as a commissioned artist.
(pictured: Owner, Kathleen Maguire Morolda)
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Plexiglass shields will be up at the counter, design area and the front desk. Masks will be required to enter.