Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs this First Friday, July 6th:
Annex 24 Gallery*
24 W. Walnut St.
For Your Eyes Only: An exhibit of photography with a hint of mixed media by several artists: Todd Smith, K. Scott Kreider, Jene & Mary Youtt, Don Otto, William Hager, Eddie Rehm, Spindle & Spire, Loryn Spangler-Jones, Kathy Kramer and Kenny Kidd. Meet some of the artists.
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design*
204 N. Prince St.
Telescope: Views of Alumni Life in Art: Celebrating PCA&D’s 30th year by providing a peek into the creative, entrepreneurial and successful lives of over a dozen PCA&D alumni. Featuring work in painting, graphic design, installation, children’s book illustration, animation, graphic novels and more.
Art Studios in the Keppel Building
329 N. Queen St.
Various artist studios open on floors 2-4. The Smith LaVia Studio, on the second floor, features photographer Terri Shadle.
D&J Scott Galleries
323 N. Queen St.
Two Veterans Celebrating the 4th of July: Bill Hoin’s “Fabulous Frog Alphabet” in colored pencil and Jack Leonard’s “Natural Surprises” photography. Meet the artists.
David the Goldsmith Shop and Gallery*
45 N. Market St.
Yellowstone and Life – Photographic Abstracts of Nature: Photographs by Les H. Addicott of Thermoacidophiles, a type of bacteria that thrives around Yellowstone National Park and gives the hot springs their unusual colors and formations.
Edwin P. Huddle Photography
122 E. Chestnut St.
Fine art photography, photo décor, and commissioned portraits.
110 E. King St.
Paintings by Claire Giblin, Gail Grey and Velma and Renny Magill, along with fine art photography by Sherry Dewald. Open 5:30-8 pm.
Nick Gould Photography
104 W. Chestnut St., 2nd fl.
Fine art photography and portraits.
The Painted Desert Gallery
227 N. Duke St.
The Art of Ben Nelson: Mixed media collages by Temple University and Tyler School of art graduate Ben Nelson. Meet the artist.
Photographs of Death Valley: An permanent exhibit of David Nutter’s photographs from a visit to Death Valley in 2004.
Lancaster Art Market*
Lancaster Square, 100 block N. Queen St.
Outdoor market where local art and craft vendors exhibit and sell their handmade wares. 5-9pm.