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Lancaster ArtWalk is a self-guided tour of the downtown galleries in Lancaster city, Pennsylvania. 2018 dates are: Spring ArtWalk – May 5 & 6 Fall ArtWalk – October 6 & 7 Special exhibitions, meet-the-artist events, children’s activities and live demonstrations are all available for discovery within the bustling independent galleries of Lancaster city. Sign-up for Updates Featured Stops Fine art galleries, edgy and indie boutiques, fine craft stores, cooperatives, art centers and museums.
Download the Fall ArtWalk 2017 walking guide Art on Walnut 319 E. Walnut St Open House & Fall Fest: Pumpkin Painting, Popcorn, Cotton Candy and are featuring artists Ramon Trevino, Stephanie Lapp, Chris Miller and Kim Myers Smith. On Saturday from 12-4 there will be live painting by graffiti style artist Ramon Trevino. Checkers Bistro 398 Harrisburg Avenue, (717) 509-1069 www.
checkersbistro.com/ Featuring artist Cherie Sikking Complimentary Hot Apple Cider& Cookies 11~3pm Wine and cheese 3 ~ 6 pm Available at Lobby lounge Cityfolk Gallery 146 N. Prince St, (717) 393-8807 www.cityfolkonprince.com Master Artist: Robert Nelson — SOMETHING OLD | SOMETHING NEW: new works and works released from the vault Feature artist Cheryl Elmo Community Room on King 106 W.
King St, (717) 572-5914 www.communityroomonking.com Layers featuring Lisa Stuckey & Jen Aument meet the artists The Demuth Museum 120 East King Street, (717)<br /> 299-9940 www.demuth.org Robert E. Locher: A Modern Classic – This exhibition features work by artist, theater designer, interior designer, and longtime friend of Charles Demuth, Robert E. Locher. Locher was well known for his illustrations in publications such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, and House and Garden, as well as interior design.
Framing Concept 328 N Queen St, 717-295-7290 www.theframingconcept.com “Road Trip” Original Photography by Cam Ferdinand Freiman Stoltzfus Gallery 142 North Prince St, 717-435-9591 www.freimanstoltzfus.com Abundance: Celebrate the beautiful fruits of the earth with an exhibit featuring new work by Freiman Stoltzfus. meet Freiman Stolzfus Friendship Heart Gallery 118 N. Water Street, Suite 101, 717-945-6904 www.
friendshipart.net The Farmhouse in Autumn: This exhibit encompasses the warmth and rich coloration of the rustic farmhouse during Autumn. Pumpkins, gourds, animals and modern farmhouse decor liven up Friendship Heart Gallery for the month of October. “The Craft of Art Journaling”: During Art Walk weekend, we will open our studio to the community to kick of our new workshop series. We want to make art attainable for everyone in the Downtown community.
Our first workshop will be held Saturday, October 7th at 11AM. This two hour workshop, will cover the craft of art journaling and will be led by local artist Maria Tomassetti. Gallery of Modern Masters 28 Penn Square, (833) ART-LANC / (833) 278-5262 www.LancastersDestinationGallery.com Meet Robert Ichter: Renowned, highly skilled modern artist Robert Ichter will give technique demonstrations on his five different mediums.
Lancaster Chamber's Gallery @ 115 115 E King St, (717) 397-3531 www.lancasterchamber.com 15@115: Lancaster Dream Factory Video Project(15 minutes of fame in the gallery @115 East King): Andy Warhol notoriously stated that “everyone in the world will be famous for fifteen minutes,” a declaration that captures our modern fascination with fleeting celebrity. Join us for an opportunity to create your 15 minutes of fame.
Lancaster Chamber and its affiliate partners will be creating a video starring YOU, our ArtWalk guests. Come to our “studio” and tell us on camera what you want to be when you grow up in 15 seconds or less. Your footage will be used to piece together a video about the hopes and dreams of Lancaster County citizens. Artist Tiffanie Anderson talk and demonstration: Los Angeles artist Tiffanie Anderson will exhibit her Thaddeus Stevens portrait and demo her exclusive glass and acrylic technique.
Lancaster City Visitors Center 38 Penn Square, (717) 291-4758 www.visitlancastercity.com/ Allen Miller Arts: Robert F Allen and Kevin L Miller of ALLEN MILLER ARTS offer unique art cards, posters and prints, featuring the paintings of both men, Robert’s beaded animal sculptures, and Kevin’s iPad Pro designs. Meet artists Robert Allen & Kevin Miller Lancaster Museum of Art 135 N.
Lime<br /> Street, (717)<br /> 299-9940 www.demuth.org Warren Rohrer: Painter of the Fields This exhibit, the first major overview of Warren Rohrer’s work held in Lancaster County will examine the various stages of his career; including works from his early days of drawing to his fully realized abstract artistic language based on the fields of Lancaster County where he lived. Rohrer, who was one of the premier twentieth century abstract painters working in Philadelphia, went on to teach painting at the University of the Arts, and had his first major museum exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
This overview of his life and work will be from a uniquely Lancaster perspective and explore the deeply inherent connection of his love of the land in the county and how he developed that into his own abstract language that he used for the balance of his career.This exhibit is accompanied by a catalog, Warren Rohrer: Painter of the Fields by Anne M. Lampe. Liz Hess Gallery 140 N. Prince St, 717-390-7222 www.
lizhess.com Meet Liz Hess My Aunt Debbie 336 N. Queen St, (717)<br /> 693-3042 www.myauntdebbie.com Weaver Tanisha Jengehino will be demonstrating her craft and have a trunk show of her fiber art creations. Saturday October 7th only. Seamstress, Theresa Grosh of Naptime Inspirations will have a trunk show featuring her slow fashion style of home and personal accessories.
Sunday October 8th only. Intuitive painter, Jessie Gray will be spreading the love with her heart felt paintings on tile. Sunday October 8th only. Pennsylvania College of Art & Design 204 N. Prince St, (717) 396-7833 www.pcad.edu The MOSAIC Project: Mosaic is a multicultural exhibition and education program for students in Lancaster County. Each year two nationally renowned artists are invited to participate.
These artists are selected for their commitment to creating high quality artwork that explores themes of individual and cultural identity. Artist Talk with Amber Robles-Gordon: PCA&D Atrium, October 6th, 10a.m. Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen 335 N. Queen St, (717) 431-8706 www.pacrafts.org PhotOlé Photography 108 W King St, (717) 333-0618 www.photole.com Camera yard sale – Saturday Free photobooth photos Open Studio Sunday meet Ole Hongvanthong of PhotOle Red Raven Art Company 138 N Prince St, 717-299-4400 www.
redravenartcompany.com Featuring Michael Scotko and Ken Karlic Meet the artists (Saturday, 11-2 pm) Michael Scotko (Pastel) and Ken Karlic (Watercolor) will both be demonstrating their Technique from 11 – 2 pm Saturday. School District of Lancaster Binns Room at the Ware Center, 717-735-1488 www.lancaster.k12.pa.us We will be displaying artwork from School District of Lancaster students in grades K-12 – hosted by The Ware Center in the Binns Room.
The District Art Show featuring 2d and 3d work from students in grades K-12. Typothecary Letterpress 420 West Grant St, 484-269-6019 www.typothecaryletterpress.com Print your own posters and coasters! Pop-up shop filled with letterpress goods Meet artist Megan Zettlemoyer featuring pointillist artist Brian Delozier Unitarian Universalist Church 538 W Chestnut St, (717) 393-1733 www.uuclonline.
org/ Unitarian Universalist Fine Art Show: The exhibit will be in the Unitarian Universalist Church of Lancaster on the corner of Pine and Chestnut. It will consist of a number of artists presenting over 40 pieces of art. The pieces will include watercolors, photographs, oil, acrylic, mixed media, and drawings in a variety of styles. “Learning About Impressionism.” On both Saturday and Sunday children will have the opportunity to explore books about famous impressionist artists.
They will also be able to recreate a Monet’s landscape or Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” using paints, paintbrushes, sponges, and construction paper. Meet the artists of the Fine Art Show The Ware Center - Millersville University 42 N. Prince St, 717-871-7018 www.artsmu.com Matt Allyn Chapman: “Out There From Right Here — In this solo exhibition, Out There From Right Here: new works, I explore the act of traveling and the concept of distance.
Using the confines of their surfaces, the works use the space given to them. Bumping against the edges, floating and drifting safely inside their boundaries, the speak about the infinite and the limited. How far can one go when in such a perceivably small? Annex 24 Gallery Annex 24 Gallery 24 West Walnut St, 717-341-0028 Art & Glassworks Art & Glassworks 321 N. Queen St. Artisans Gallery Artisans Gallery 114 N.
Prince St, 717-299-9496 Art Gallery on Walnut St Walnut Street Gallery House 319 E Walnut St Building Character Checkers Bistro 398 Harrisburg Avenue, (717) 509-1069 Christiane David Gallery Christiane David Gallery 112 North Prince St, (717) 293-0809 CityFolk Gallery Cityfolk 146 N. Prince St Community Room on King Community Room on King 106 W. King St, (717) 572-5914 Demuth Museum 120 East King Street, (717) 299-9940 Framing Concept Framing Concept 328 N Queen St, 717-295-7290 Freiman Stoltzfus Gallery Freiman Stoltzfus Gallery 142 North Prince St, 717-435-9591 Friendship Heart Gallery Friendship Heart Gallery 118 N.
Water Street, Suite 101, 717-945-6904 Gallery of Modern Masters 28 Penn Square, (928) 451-2343 Gallery on Market 15 W. King St Hidden Treasures Hidden Treasures 225 N. Prince St, (717) 824-3210 Lancaster Arts Hotel Arts Hotel 300 Harrisburg Ave, (717) 299-3000 Lancaster Chamber's Gallery @ 115 115 E King St, (717) 397-3531 Lancaster City's Visitors Center 38 Penn Square, (717) 291-4758 Lancaster Galleries Lancaster Galleries 34 North Water St, 717-397-5552 Lancaster Museum of Art 135 N.
Lime Street, (717) 299-9940 Levengood's 104 W. King St Liz Hess Gallery Liz Hess Gallery 140 N. Prince St, 717-390-7222 LSJ Studios LSJ Studios 110 W King St, Suite 101, 717-381-5032 Mean Cup Mean Cup 398 Harrisburg Ave, Suite 200, (717) 481 4965 Miesse Candies 118 N Water St My Aunt Debbie 336 N. Queen St, (717) 693-3042 Pennsylvania College of Art & Design Pennsylvania College of Art & Design 204 N.
Prince St, 717-396-7833 Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen 335 N. Queen St, (717) 431-8706 PhotOlé PhotOlé Photography 108 W King St, (717) 333-0618 School District of Lancaster Binns Room at the Ware Center, 717-735-1488 Red Raven Art Company Red Raven Art Company 138 N Prince St, 717-299-4400 Typothecary Letterpress Typothecary Letterpress 420 W. Grant St, 484-269-6019 Unitarian Universalist Church 538 W Chestnut St, (717) 393-1733 Ware Center, Millersville University Ware Center, Millersville University 42 N.
Prince St, (717) 871-7018
Title: Heart Of Lancaster Arts And Craft Show