Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs this First Friday, September 2nd:
Annex 24 Gallery*
24 W. Walnut St.
Range of Color and Visions: Debut of regional photographer Michael Ticcino and local photographer Bill Hager. Welcoming back artist Lori Lee and photographer Shelly Hartman. The Wowzer Room will host gallery director/artist Spazz Arcane. Meet the artists.
Art Studios in the Keppel Building
329 N. Queen St.
Smith/LaVia Studio, 4th fl: Wood and acrylic works by Mychal LaVia and photos by Tim Smith. Numerous other studios also open.
42 W. King St.
Lifestyle portraiture by Becca j. Fulmer Lapp. Book your holiday portraits and benefit a local charity. Meet the artist.
Edwin P. Huddle Photography
122 E. Chestnut St.
Fine art photography, photo décor, and commissioned portraits.
328 N. Queen St.
Recent works by photographer Ann Darkes.
113 N. Water St.
Home, Away and Back Again: Sculpture by Ried, mixed media by Brian Z. and handmade wearables and photography by Jessica Marchuck. Meet the artists.
Hammel Associates Architects
25 E. Grant St.
Dan Lobdell – Landscape Art Photography: Images of places where signs of human activity sit side-by-side with non-human forces. Current work deals with river landscapes, especially those places where bridges and other structures are found.
Lancaster Quilt & Textile Museum*
37 N. Market St.
FABRIC: Fanciful and Boundless Renditions in Cloth. Carol Piersol exhibits her intricate and unique work. Piersol’s exhibit joins The Grid: Amish Quilts, Esprit Clothing, and Postmodern Design in the textile gallery.
In the museum store, Melissa Ward Carroll talksabout her quilt-inspired cards and her creative process, which begins with fine art photography of her late father’s mineral collection.
Nick Gould Photography
104 W. Chestnut St., 2nd fl.
Fine art photography and portraits.
Painted Desert Gallery
227 N. Duke St.
The 16 Pound Rabbit Exhibition: This artist collective presents sculptures made of various materials such as books, chocolate and mirrors to make rabbits that weigh exactly 16 lbs. Other collaborative projects on display include photography and installations. Featured artists: Jennifer Blaisdell, AJ Nutter, Rose Principe, Cara Hutzley, Anthony Granados, and Amanda Ellinger.
Scott Davis and Brian Heiland Photography
226 N. Prince St., 2nd fl.
Works of two photographers that encompass portraiture, glamour, landscape and fine art photography.