Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs this First Friday, August 2nd:
Seasons Olive Oil & Vinegar Taproom
36 West King Street
5 – 10 pm
Trying To See: A Photo Exhibit featuring the works of George Weiss III.
Please join us for our First Friday Reception where you can meet the artist, George Weiss III, along with The Discerning Eye’s Hawa Lassanah. Curated by The Discerning Eye.
“Parked” (sponsored by Coe Camera)
Lancaster Square, across from Binns Park
North Queen Street between Orange and Chestnut Streets.
6 – 9 pm
This month’s theme is MOVEMENT!
“Parked” is a collaborative, one-year, photography exhibit by Ole Hongvanthong and Taylor Brown. Unlike your art galleries, museums, college campuses, and cafes, “Parked” is housed inside a U-haul truck. Meet the artists.
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design
204 N. Prince St.
5 – 9 pm
PCA&D Summer Preview: Current Student Artwork from the BFA Program.
This exhibit features outstanding artwork created by our rising junior and senior BFA students. A wide variety of media will be represented including digital and hand drawn illustration, painting, printmaking, photography and graphic design.
Annex 24 Gallery
24 W. Walnut St.
5 – 9 pm
Bright-full Colors: Big & Small.
Various works of all sizes full of vivid colors to make your eyes dance! Artists Quinton Greene, Lynnette Shelley, Brian Hartman, Thomas Kline, Janet Kline, Lori Lee, Jeff Metz, Spindle & Spire, Loryn Spangler-Jones, Leslie Scott, Ted Rasmussen and Dan Dennison will be present.
The Ware Center
42 N. Prince St.
6 – 8 pm
The art of Lon Miller comes to The Ware Center to show his talent in abstract art. Not only does Lon Miller bring together conventional art, contemporary art, and pop art but he incorporates photography with a touch of modern style to bring together a very abstract piece. He successfully creates a unique and bold dramatic image which leaves his viewers with a visceral and emotional response. Lon Miller will be on hand in the Regitz Gallery to answer questions about his works from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. All works are available for sale. This show runs through the end of August.