First Friday Photography Venues for 2012-10-05

Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs this First Friday, October 5th:

The Gallery at DogStar Books*
401 W. Lemon St.
Commonplace: Exhibition of photographs from Christine Welch’s critically acclaimed book, Commonplace.  Meet the artist and book-signing, 5-9pm.

D&J Scott Galleries
323 N. Queen St.
Character Building: Photographs of art buildings around Lancaster by Regina P. Mowery. Meet the artist.

Framing Concept
328 N. Queen St.
Featuring the photographic work of Michael Occhionero.

Lancaster Dental Arts
60 W. Walnut St.
Featuring the photography of Jeremy Bischoff.

Nick Gould Photography
104 W. Chestnut St., 2nd fl.
Fine art photography and portraits.

Edwin P. Huddle Photography
122 E. Chestnut St.
New Work: Fine art photography, photo décor, and commissioned portraiture.

Pariah Fine Art
113 N. Water St.
Dark Vistas: Presenting a group exhibition of haunting, surreal and speculative work by award-winning fantasy illustrator Rick Berry, cartoonist, illustrator and fine artist Ron Wing, Master Pastellist and national portrait artist Jeffrey Martin, fine artist Jody Fallon and photographer Cheryl Fallon.

White Good Advertising
DePaul Arts Bldg., 226 N. Arch St., Courtyard
Hosting a reception for the winners of the 2012 Charlotte Street Awards.  The public is invited to meet the winners and view photography of their properties, gardens, signage, etc.  5-8pm.

Phillips Museum of Art
Franklin & Marshall College
Steinman College Center, College Ave.
Examining Nature: Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy Nola Semczyszyn presents an interdisciplinary exhibition of images, objects, and ideas from across the arts and sciences to highlight not only the strangeness and beauty of the natural world but also the curiosity, wonder, and awe that drive us to study it.  Includes models, micrographs, photographs, paintings, specimens, and maps.

Annex 24 Gallery*
24 W. Walnut St.
Usually has photography on display.

*Wheelchair Accessible

–Pat Cooney