|Annex 24 Gallery|
24 West Walnut St, 717-341-0028
Art Alive: Artist performing live art for your entertainment. Warehouse Art Sale: Artists selling new & old, used and unused, art related wares...restock, stock up and have fun at this non-conventional garage sale in the Warehouse
|Arts Hotel Gallery|
300 Harrisburg Ave, 800-720-ARTS
Explore the creative fruits of Enjoy a visit to our renowned art gallery and experience some of Lancaster, Pennsylvania's finest talent. All art in the hotel is available for purchase.
146 N Prince St, 717-393-8807
PARTICLE MADNESS ~ GINI ILLICK - Painting makes manifest the contents of my unconscious mind. My apprenticeship was classical modernist, very formal. I trained from the figure. So, the figure emerges as subject matter while I am thinking about things that fascinate me but are unseen. They just found evidence of the Higg's boson!! We have Neanderthal DNA!! Pondering the particles that are invisible, and not understandable to me, drives me to the studio to work. The need to do this, and how these disparate threads come together are as mysterious to me as ever, but it is a drumbeat that I need to follow. TO THE SEA - Join as as we continue our Group Exhibit "TO THE SEA" as ROBERT A. NELSON, CHRISTINE MORGAN, ADRIENNE TRAFFORD, JAC JOHNSON, , GINI ILLICK, and ROSEMARY RANCK share their expressions of the Sea.
|Community Room on King/Veritas|
106 W. King St, 717-572-5914
Conestoga Valley High School Art Show. This show will feature select works of art from Conestoga Valley High School students. Art work will showcase a range of mediums including ceramic work, as well as sculptures, painting and collages. 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
Upstairs Gallery Exhibition
328 N Queen St, 717-295-7290
Original Paintings by John Walls
142 North Prince St, 717-435-9591
Lyrical Stones - A new collection of paintings and drawings, exploring the relationship between architecture and music.
|Friendship Heart Gallery|
118 N. Water Street, Suite 101, 717-945-6904
Public Collaboration Piece: Members of the public are welcome to visit the Friendship Heart Gallery and share a piece of their creativity and artistic talent. Visitors will have the chance to paint a part of one of the selected pictures on a larger canvas in our Studio space.
Miesse Candies Sponsored Event: Our neighbor, Miesse Candies, is sponsoring May's themed exhibit: candy! All the candy showcased in this exhibit comes from Miesse Candies. Candy comes in all different shapes and sizes, and so does the artwork in this exhibit! This themed exhibit will not only be featured in Friendship Heart Gallery, but there will be pieces hung in the Miesse Candies factory next door! Be sure to check out both locations for the full exhibit.
|Gallery360 at Tellus360|
24 E. King St, 717-393-1660
"Ripping and Sticking: The Art of Collage" is a group exhibit of collage art. Some artists make collages as a first step in their process of making a larger work; for others, the collage is the final piece. Guest juror Carl Vestweber (Boston, MA) will choose work for the exhibit.
In conjunction with the collages on view, Gallery360 will feature three artists whose paintings and collages explore color and shape through a non-linear thought process. Zach Zecha, Shane Smith and Sean Hildreth are all current MFA students at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Chill and Collage with the Artists: Zach, Sean and Shane will be hanging out in the gallery making their own collages during ArtWalk. We will have a collage table set-up for visitors to sit down and make their own collages as they talk with the artists and spend time looking at the art on view. Screen-Printing Workshop on Saturday, May 3 at 1pm -- open to all ages; $40 registration.
|Guild Store at Center of American Craft|
335 N. Queen St, 717-431-8706
All Across Pennsylvania: Celebrating the Guild’s chapters and their affiliated members, this exhibition represents work from all 14 of the local Guilds. Saturday demonstrations include fraktur by Adele Lynham, encaustic by Elaine Brady Smith, woodturning by Ted Rasmussen and handbuilding clay by Linda Schwartz. Sunday demonstrations include spinning by Gerry Heefner.
225 N Prince St., 717-824-3210
Art, Antiques, Collectibles, and much more. Hidden Treasures will be hosting an Open House Event Saturday and Sunday during our regular business hours. Been here before? See all the changes we have made. Never been here? See what you have been missing.
|Historic East Side Shops (Roaring Brook Market & Sophie Stargazer Boutique)|
149 E. King Street and 155 E. King Street
At Sophie Stargazer Boutique on Saturday: Philip Barbers - local glassworks artist and jeweler will be here with his work on display and for sale, and will be happy to tell you about his techniques! 11am-2pm: Cindy Price - local painter, here with a collection of her work displayed in our in-store gallery, and more! At Sophie Stargazer Boutique on Sunday: 11am-4pm: Stephen Godfrey - photographer and woodworker will have works in store on our Gallery Wall, as well as more hand-carved woodworking pieces.
228 N. Prince St, 717-299-0127
For a few hours on Saturday and Sunday, artists Charles & Mariko Swisher will be in the gallery to answer questions and discuss their work.
|j. a. sharp Custom Jeweler|
322 N. Queen St., 717-295-9661
Bold, organic jewelry by New York designer Natalie Frigo in recycled sterling silver, vermeil, bronze and brass. Natalie will be present for First Friday and Saturday
|Julia Swartz Gallery|
17 N Prince St
Julia Paints in her Gallery everyday, so there is always something new to see. Mostly she creates with oil on canvas, but occasionally a little watercolor and some jewelry. Stop in to see her latest Creations. Spring Reactions: View the latest Creations by Julia with oil on canvas. Spring is the theme, sincerely welcomed after last winter. People's Painting: Pickup Jula's brush and add your strokes to a canvas. After two days we will have a masterpiece created by 40 plus artist.
|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
|Liz Hess Gallery|
140 N. Prince St, 717-390-7222
It was during the Spring season that Liz first encountered the city of lights. Entire songs have been devoted to Springtime in Paris, and because of its allure, she decided to devote her Spring painting season to the magic of that city. A new collection of original Parisian paintings by Liz, featuring that magical time of year are available at her Gallery.
118 N Water Street #102, 717-392-6011
529 W. Chestnut St, 610-761-9799
An Interactive Exhibit Presented by the Society of the Lost and Found. Find the hidden words, bring them to Modern Art, be a part of a mysterious key to life AND get a reward. Hows that sound!? 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!
|Pennsylvania College of Art & Design|
204 N Prince St, 717-396-7833
The Senior Show & Celebration features 60,000 sq. feet of exhibition space filled with art in a variety of media by the Class of 2014 -- much of it for sale.
|Red Raven Art Company|
138 N Prince St, 717-299-4400
Offering a diverse array of artistic styles in Lancaster’s “Gallery Row”. Exhibiting works of local and regional artists, including Luigi Rist and CX Carlson. May features oil painters Melissa Bryant with, "Tread Softly" and Georganna Lenssen with, "Birdland". Alecia Thomasson will be our emerging artist. Meet and greet the artists on Saturday and Sunday from 12 - 2 pm.
|School District of Lancaster|
Binns Room at the Ware Center, 717-735-1488
The School District of Lancaster Spring 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.
104 West King St, 717-333-1595
Artwork by Bruce Banter - Drawings, paintings and music by local artist, Bruce Banter (David Ginolfi). Papermaking demonstration: Sunday May 4th from 12-2pm. Stop by to watch Diane and Annie make paper out of junk mail! Take a piece of seeded paper home with you to plant in your garden. Learn more about their Paper and Journal making workshop to be held this Fall! Drawing demonstration: Sunday May 4th from 12-2pm. Watch May's featured artist, Bruce Banter (David Ginolfi) draw whatever his heart desires! Darkroom demonstration: Sunday May 4th from 12-2pm. Watch photos develop right before your eyes in the Sunshine Darkroom! It truly is magic. Experience the excitement and learn more about the Sunshine Darkroom and what it offers!
|Trust Performing Arts Center|
37 N Market St, 717-560-8218
Located on the first floor of The Trust Performing Arts Center. For ArtWalk, the Square Halo Gallery will be featuring one 36-foot long drawing by Matthew Clark, an artist from Florida.
|Ware Center, Millersville University - Lancaster|
42 North Prince Street, 717-871-2308
Artists from the Echo Valley Art Group show their works in this annual show. MU Students showcase their design packages of artwork for new products and services, including print and net work. (Friday, May 2 | 6- 8 PM). MU Orchestra Benefit Concert Featuring Guest Artist Santiago Rodriguez (Friday, May 2 | 7:30 PM). Saint Elouise is a trio of vocals, keyboard, bass & drums, with music of sultry edge, adventurous fun, and elegant drama. (Fri., May 2, 6-7:30 PM)