Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs this First Friday, November 1st:
The Demuth Museum
120 E. King Street
5 – 8 pm
PREVIEW of the 15th Demuth Auction for Artists and Collectors: Preview over 60 original artworks by renowned local and national artists included in the Demuth Museum’s 15th Auction for Artists and Collectors, to be held on Thursday, November 7th. Preview held at 116 E. King Street.
Lancaster Museum of Art
135 N Lime Street
5 – 8 pm
The Susquehanna – River and Inspiration: This exhibition takes its inspiration from the Susquehanna River, which winds 444 miles from its origins in Cooperstown, New York to its entrance into the Chesapeake Bay at Havre de Grace, Maryland. The river has undergone many changes which humans have wrought and its surrounding shores are constantly fascinating to photographers and painters alike. The exhibiting artists are able to address the various changes that humanity has affected all the while evincing the beauty in the river.
Mulberry Art Studios
21 N. Mulberry St.
5 – 9 pm
‘STRAY Exhibition No. 1’: Come one, come all to spark the mind and invigorate the soul with fantastical artwork from Bradley Camerote, Elm, Tina Flowers, Joshua Geesaman, Judeth Pekala Hawkins, Jeff Kromer, Philip Malachowski, Liz Randler, Eric Weit and others. The exhibition ranges in style and medium, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and more, all guaranteed to impress without fail.
Annex 24 Gallery
24 W. Walnut Street
5 – 9 pm
Winter Exposition: 6th Annual Winter Exposition hosts a wide variety of artful items for the gift giving season. Beyond the 2 dimensional worlds of paintings and photography, Annex 24 will offer many wearable textiles, woodturning, sculptures, jewelry, soaps, note cards, glass blown items and more!
“Parked” (sponsored by Coe Camera)
Lancaster Square, across from Binns Park
North Queen Street
between Orange and Chestnut Streets.
6 – 9 pm
“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.
Be Well Lancaster
7 N. Mulberry Street
5 – 8 pm
Creativity with Art, Photography, Word: The concept for a piece is developed like how the artist creates on the easel. Like with pastels, Gabe applies layers that give context to how color and light play to define the canvas. This layering describes depth and complexity. Next, more layering and then coloring and opacity bring character to the concept. And adding if ferment filtering brings emotion to complete the story and to create a painting effect.
228 N Prince Street
5 – 9 pm
Art for Giving: This year Isadore Gallery has extended their holiday exhibition to include October, November and December, featuring artwork by Aaron Brooks, Sherry Barnosky Bowman, Denny Bond, Ron Ettelman, Milt Friedly, Dorothy Frey, Mitch Lyons, David Moss, Sue Reno, Brant Schuller, Yoko Sekino Bove, Charles Swisher, Mariko Swisher, Jeff Wiles, Brian Eppley, Chris Bavaria, John Holmgren, Deborah Sigel, Angela Suehr, Alex Shaprio, Dan Shapiro, Robert Jenkins, Johannes Boland, Mimi Shapiro, Erin Norderman, Juleann Benkoski. Some content may not be suitable for kids.
— Pat Cooney