First Friday Photography Venues for 2013-01-04

Happy New Year! Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs this First Friday, January 4th:

Annex 24 Gallery
24 W. Walnut St.
5th Annual Winter Exposition: Featuring original artwork & gift items by over 24 artists in painting, textile, photography, metal sculpture, prints, notecards, woodturning, soaps, illustration, pottery, glass and jewelry. Artists will be present. First Friday hours are from 5 to 9 PM. Exhibit runs through January 26.

Exhibit 110
110 E. King St.
Exhibit 110  –  Mixed Media – Painting, photography, two dimensional sculpture and other mixed media: An exciting assembly of regional artists Claire Giblin, Velma Magill, Renny Magill, Sherri Dewald, Gail Grey and Kathleen King Abel. First Friday hours are from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Exhibit runs through the month of January.

Louise Gallery & Mulberry Room at Mulberry Art Studios*
19-21 N. Mulberry St.
Scott Church Legacy 2013: Features the fine art photography of Scott Church along with 30 other talented photographers. Artist will be present. First Friday hours are from 5 to 9 pm. Exhibit runs through January 30. As there is nude photography, this may not be suitable for children; parents should use discretion.

Pennsylvania College of Art & Design*
204 N. Prince St.
Faculty Biennial: Presenting new artworks created by its BFA faculty members teaching studio courses in Graphic Design, Illustration, Fine Arts and Photography. This group exhibit provides a special opportunity for students and the public to see first hand what these talented artists are making in their studio and professional art lives. First Friday hours are from 5 to 9 pm. Exhibit runs through January 11.

Isadore Gallery
228 N. Prince St.
Art for Giving: Annual holiday exhibition featuring the work of numerous artists from the Lancaster are, including Charles & Mariko Swisher, Mitch Lyons, Autumn Wright, Kristen Woodward, Jeffrey Moser, Christopher Moss, Robert Jenkins, Sherry Barnosky-Bowman and Brian Eppley, among others.

*Wheelchair Accessible

–Pat Cooney

First Friday Photography Venues for 2012-12-07

Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs this First Friday, December 7th:

Pennsylvania College of Art & Design*
204 N. Prince St.
Faculty Biennial: PCA&D is pleased to present new artworks created by its BFA faculty members who teach studio courses in graphic design, illustration, fine arts and photography.  This group exhibition provides a special opportunity for students and the public to see first-hand what these talented artists are making in their studio and professional art lives.  The BFA Studio Faculty comprises over 35 individuals, including Department Chairs Dorothy Frey, Christine Welch, Robert Hochgertel, Pam Barby and Jeremy Waak.  Meet the artists.

Annex 24 Gallery*
24 W. Walnut St.
5th Annual Winter Exposition: Juried show of over 24 artists exhibiting artworks of all types, including woodturning, jewelry, textiles, painting, photography and sculpture, 5-9 pm. Plus, live ice carving by Kerrick Nettke, 6:30-8:30pm.

Isadore Gallery
228 N. Prince St.
Art for Giving: Annual holiday exhibition featuring the work of numerous artists from the Lancaster area, including Charles & Mariko Swisher, Mitch Lyons, Autumn Wright, Kristen Woodward, Jeffrey Moser, Christopher Moss, Robert Jenkins, Sherry Barnosky-Bowman and Brian Eppley, among others.

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.

Pariah Fine Art
113 N. Water St.
The Pennsylvania Landscape: Featuring etchings by Gerald Scheck, paintings and drawings by Ron Wing, paintings and pastels by Jody Fallon and photography by Cheryl Fallon.

Parrot Gallery*
328 W. Orange St.
Virtual Photographs: Showcasing digital images by Teman H. Cooke taken within specially constructed virtual spaces that attempt to recreate both the mundane and the fantastic with realistic detail.  Meet the artist, 5-8pm.

*Wheelchair Accessible

–Pat Cooney