|Annex 24 Gallery|
24 West Walnut St, 717-341-0028
3D meets 2D in Mother-Daughter Exhibit: Annex 24 hosts emerging and established artists of all mediums - the Wowzer Room will exhibit Karen Good, sculptor Mother and Sarah Good, photographer daughter. Stacked Can Art: Watch as the community collaborates with each donated can to make a stacked can masterpiece! Annual Pumpkin Painting. 3-D Creations: Go wild with marshmallows and toothpicks! How big can you go? Jumbo Block Art! Big blocks with a little color - build away!
|Art & Glassworks|
319 N. Queen St, 717-394-4133
|Arts Hotel Gallery|
300 Harrisburg Ave, 800-720-ARTS
Ned Wert - New Work: A post abstract expressionist, Wert began his career in the late 1950's. Rich in his characteristic color and gestural discovery, this latest series is a series of smaller works addresses the challenge of working in a different scale, and in some cases, are references to earlier work. "My real intent with this collection was to reflect on some of my favorite influences of the past - ethnic cultures, landscapes and nature, celebrations, and the freedom and spirit of youth." First Friday Meet and Greet during Happy Hour with TODD LEHMAN on display in John J. Jeffries Restaurant, adjacent to the hotel lounge.
Rear warehouses at 342 N. Queen St, 717-394-7201
Live demonstrations from numerous in-house artisans
|Christiane David Gallery|
112 N Prince St, 717-293-0809
Christiane David will display a new set of her radiant, vivid oil paintings. Painting demonstration: The artist will give a still life oil painting demonstration - even though life is not so still in Christiane David Gallery!
146 N Prince St, 717-393-8807
Recent works by Robert A. Nelson, Gini Illick, & Rosemary Ranck, as well as a collection of paintings and drawings of Lancaster by our newest artist James Douglas. James will be here throughout ArtWalk.
|Commonwealth on Queen|
301 N. Queen St, 717-208-3394
|Community Room on King/Veritas|
106 W. King St, 717-572-5914
Back in May we featured art from many Conestoga Valley High School students. This time around it is the Art Teachers turn. We'll feature three Conestoga Valley High School Art Teachers and their work. The show will feature landscape and figurative paintings from John Myers. Landscape paintings from Cara Longacre Hurst and Ceramic and Metal sculptures by Joshua Henschel. They are all Lancaster artists who live in the community and teach fine art at Conestoga Valley High School. Before I Die Wall, a global community art project that invites people to reflect on their lives & understand one another in new ways. The original wall was created by Candy Chang on an abandoned house in her New Orleans neighborhood after she lost someone she loved. "Since then, passionate residents have created walls in their own communities and now more than 400 walls have been created in over 25 languages and in more than 60 countries" (more at www.beforeidie.cc)
201 North Queen St, 717-490-6932
Over 80 pieces of local art in our upper mezzanine; a wonderful mix of multiple mediums in support of the thriving Lancaster arts community. All in the upper mezzanine gallery. Special ArtWalk cocktail: The mosaic....fresh peaches, strawberries and blueberries muddled with fresh lime and mint, rum, rumchata, shaken well and topped with club soda.
328 N Queen St, 717-295-7290
Original Paintings by Paris Wyatt Llanso - Paris Wyatt Llanso is a fine artist who's paintings are created with rich, vibrant color and texture. Only the best quality oil paints are used while painting these works of art. Each piece is painted on a deep edge canvas with the image wrapped around the edges for a finished look.
142 North Prince St, 717-435-9591
Encore: New Musical Work: A compelling new collection of drawings, paintings, and sculptural works, by Freiman Stoltzfus. Inspired by the artist's favorite composers, these pieces combine harmonies of color and emotion, evoking a passionate engagement with music.
|Friendship Heart Gallery|
118 N. Water Street, Suite 101, 717-945-6904
Landis Valley Partnership: Our themed exhibit for October is "Harvest" and includes a partnership with Landis Valley Museum. Themed exhibit pieces will be displayed at Landis Valley Museum, in addition to Friendship Heart Gallery, for the Museum's oldest and largest family event - Harvest Days.
Spend time at the Gallery painting your very own mini masterpiece. Visitors are welcome to select a pumpkin provided by the Gallery and paint it as a gift to take home. Instructors will be on sight for guidance.
|Gallery on Market|
15 W. King St., 717-371-9864
to be updated shortly.
|Guild Store at Center of American Craft|
335 N. Queen St, 717-431-8706
Unmasked: An exhibition of the Guild's Yellow-Breeches Chapter members’ work created to reveal an important facet of each artisan’s personality that, as a collection, manifests the identity of the chapter. Live making demonstrations include clay hand-building, blacksmithing, fraktur, and watercolor painting. Workshops available for registration include Paper Cord Basket-making, Mixed Media, painting, Prong-setting, and Watercolor Painting. Details at http://pacrafts.org/workshops
225 N Prince St., 717-824-3210
Art, Antiques, Collectibles, and much more. Hidden Treasures will be hosting a Customer Appreciation Event on Saturday. Face-painting, demonstrations and music.
228 N. Prince St, 717-299-0127
Recent Works, Pottery by Angela Suehr and Paintings by Steve Wetzel. Angela Suehr has a BFA with a concentration in ceramics and BSE in Art education from Millersville University. She is currently attending Hood College for her graduate ceramic certificate. Steve Wetzel was trained in painting by the Art Association of Harrisburg where he now serves as an instructor. He studied painting for years with Lancaster county resident, John David Wissler.
|j. a. sharp Custom Jeweler|
322 N. Queen St., 717-295-9661
|Julia Swartz Gallery|
17 N Prince St
Atmosphere: From Clouds of rain to an Autumn Glow, Julia's new oil painting series of Atmosphere's will be unique.
|Lancaster Creative Factory|
560 S. Prince St, 717-509-7547
(special location: Orange & Prince St) Collaborate & Create! ArtWalkers of all ages will have an opportunity to participate in a fun & spontaneous hands-on art activity. Using imagination and inspiration, participants can produce an original of their own and help to create a collaborative artwork celebrating our creative community.
34 North Water St, 717-397-5552
Exhibition of William Kocher's paintings and drawings
|Liz Hess Gallery|
140 N. Prince St, 717-390-7222
Philadelphia: Historic streets, iconic landmarks, and city vistas from one of the nation's most beautiful, large cities; Philadelphia, is the subject of Liz's newest collection of originals.
Follow her signature red umbrella through her brushes to such recognizable areas as Boathouse Row, The Art Museum, Elfreth's Alley, the Love Statue, City Hall, and so much more.
118 N Water Street #102, 717-392-6011
Dean Swartz: a passionate realism pastel artist, who loves putting the viewer in the moment, allowing them to see the scene through his eyes, to feel the same passion that he feels.
Dean started earnestly drawing as a way to leave behind a legacy. Now it has become his life and his passion. It has become the second greatest love of his life.
Being a native to Lancaster County, his “fire” for drawing led him to enrich his fine art background by taking classes from local art institutions and participating in private art exhibits, garnering numerous awards. I started earnestly drawing as a way to leave behind a legacy. Now it has become my life and my desire. It has become the second greatest love of my life.
529 W. Chestnut St, 610-761-9799
Modernity: Advanced works of technological advancement. ArtBike is back, and we’re ready for you and your pedaling feet. From 12-5pm on May 3rd and 4th, swing by Modern Art, hand over a photo ID, then cruise around the grand olde LNC on one of our fleet of crazy bikes. You'll look totally artsy. And its free!
|Move It Studio|
19 East King Street, 2nd floor, 717-925-9970
Movement Material: A dance for camera installation by Jeremy Moss and Pamela Vail featuring the works That Dizzying Crest , (un)tethered, and Chroma.
|Mulberry Art Studios|
21 N Mulberry St, 717-295-1949
Becky Shiley - Come out and meet local artist Becky Shiley, view her artwork, listen to live music and participate in art based activities in Mulberry Art Studios' North Gallery. Peter Hoag - Block prints from the late artist Peter Hoag will be on display in Mulberry Art Studios' Louise Gallery. Artist Gregory Blue will be exhibiting his artwork in Mulberry Art Studios' Mulberry Room.
|Pennsylvania College of Art & Design|
204 N Prince St, 717-396-7833
Each year two nationally renowned artists are invited to participate in PCA&D’s Mosaic Project. These artists are selected for their commitment to creating high quality artwork, which explores themes of individual and cultural identity. Toyin Odutola creates intricate and emotive portrait drawings and Lydia Panas who takes intimate and provocative portraits of families. The Mosaic Project Exhibition will open to the public on October 3 through November 15, 2014. Artist Talk by Toyin Odutola, Friday October 3 at 10 a.m. in the Atrium at PCA&D
108 West King St, 717-333-0618
Saturday, Camera yard sale for camera loving people. Buy, Sell, Trade. Sunday, Wet Plate Photography - Come learn about Civil War era photography and watch a live wet plate photography demonstration.
|Red Raven Art Company|
138 N Prince St, 717-299-4400
Patricia Wertz and Dick Whitson - We are featuring two well known local artists, Patricia Wertz with, "Floral Landscapes" and Dick Whitson with, "City Views". It should be a fabulous show and we hope that you can make it down to see the work. Both artists will be here all day Saturday to talk about their work and techniques. On Saturday, stop by to meet and greet the featured artists.
|School District of Lancaster|
Binns Room at the Ware Center, 717-735-1488
The School District of Lancaster Fall Art Show features works from kindergarten through high school students including both 2D and 3D. Hosted by The Ware Center, 42 N. Prince Street, Lancaster, PA 17603.
354 N Queen St, 717-435-9365
Exhibit of recent encaustic work by Lancaster Artist, Chuck Kaiser. Meet the artist.
|Sophie Stargazer Boutique|
149 E. King Street, 717-224-3737
Upscale women's clothing & lifestyle boutique for the fashionable woman. Selection includes local artists artwork on our rotating gallery wall, and locally handcrafted jewelry.
|Square Halo Gallery at The Trust Performing Arts Center|
37 N Market St, 717-560-8218
The Veil Series: Throughout September-October, photographer Ruth Naomi Floyd will showcase her large black+white works. She will also be performing in the Great Hall of The Trust on Saturday, October 18 at 7:30PM - An Evening of Jazz feat. The Go Particle with Ruth Naomi Floyd. Tickets and Information: 717.208.7835 or www.lancastertrust.com
104 West King St, 717-333-1595
Meet the artist Gene Shaw -- Sunday from 12-4pm: Local furniture Craftsman and Designer, Gene Shaw, will be here with his newest pieces promoting his pop up furniture show which will be held at Sunshine Art+Design in November 21st-23rd!
24 E. King St, 717-393-1660
Velocity: A unique opportunity to view artwork from and become familiar with many local artists and galleries in one location! The Velocity exhibition celebrates a city moving forward, through its artists and galleries including Jerome Hershey, Julia Swartz, Annex24, Liz Hess, Lancaster Galleries, Erica Millner (Mio Studio), Gail Gray, Friendship Heart Gallery, Mulberry Art Studio, Sunshine Art+Design, Discerning Eye Center for the Arts (DECA), Fulton Street Art Co-op, and Ole Hongvanthong (Photole' Photography)
|Ware Center, Millersville University - Lancaster|
42 North Prince Street, 717-871-2308
Susquehanna Orchid Society: orchid displays from vendors, other societies and SOS members as well as artwork featuring orchids, dish gardens and flower arrangements. OperaLancaster: Mad about Mozart (Sun, 2 pm, $): A perfect introduction to opera, Mad About Mozart features Lancaster’s top singers, actors and instrumentalists. Carnival of the Animals (Sat, 11 am, kids, $): Camille Saint-Saens’ musical suite performed by Allegretto Youth Chamber Orchestra.