Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs this First Friday, November 4th:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Featured Events ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Franklin & Marshall College, Steinman College Center
The Civil Rights Struggle, African American GIs, and Germany: Photographic exhibit of African-American GIs who served in World War II and were based in Germany. First Friday reception starting at 4:45pm
Annex 24 Gallery*
24 W. Walnut St.
Lancaster Veterans Art Project: Exhibit focuses on artwork by military veterans in various media including painting, photography, woodturning, weaving and jewelry. Veteran artists featured are Bill Hoin, Charles Heisterkamp, Ray Kellen, Jack Leonard, Richard Lawrence, Ted Rasmussen and Congressman Joe Pitts. Meet the artist.
David the Goldsmith*
45 N. Market St.
Veterans’ Art Project: Photography, illustration, paintings and mixed media works by Bill Hoin, Charles Heisterkamp and Richard Lawrence, members of the Veterans Art Project .
The Infantree Gallery
21 N. Prince St., 4th fl.
Photography by Lancaster artist Tom Debiec.
Cross Keys Coffee and Teas
34 N. Queen St.
Exhibit of recent photographic work by Fred Albright and Dan Marschka.
Smith LaVia Studio
329 N. Queen St
Exhibits and shooting with Tim Smith, Terri Shadle, Doug Hilton, John Flinchbaugh.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ And Even More Photo Venues ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mulberry Art Studios*
19-21 N. Mulberry St.
Seven-year-old Gail Hines, the youngest artist to show at Mulberry, unveils her photography. Hines gravitates towards nature in her subject matter. Meet the artist 5-8pm.
42 W. King St.
Lifestyle portraiture by Becca j. Fulmer Lapp. Meet the artist.
Edwin P. Huddle Photography
122 E. Chestnut St.
Fine art photography, photo décor, and commissioned portraits.
Nick Gould Photography
104 W. Chestnut St., 2nd fl.
Fine art photography and portraits.
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.