Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs this First Friday, January 3rd:
Community Room on King
106 W. King Street
6 – 9 pm
Friday Art Show featuring Photographer John-Mark Burkholder: A Photo exhibit from the lens of John-Mark Burkholder.
The Parrot Gallery
328 W. Orange Street
6 – 9 pm
The MASKED IDENTITY: The work is black and white photography exposed with liquid light emulsion on cotton cloth. The pieces are sealed over with melted beeswax. By Elizabeth Anne Schrock Rosenfeld.
24 E. King Street – second floor of Tellus360
5 – 9 pm
Juried Landscape Show: Gallery360 is re-opening in its new location at Tellus360, on the second floor, above the bar. Gallery director Quinn McNichol has organized a Juried Landscape Show, which features over 30 artists from both near and far; about half the work represents local Lancaster artists, while others are from New York, Maine, Wisconsin and Texas to name a few. The works vary from plein-air paintings done from observation, to studio creations that pull inspiration from the landscape. On display are mostly paintings, but there is also some photography, an altered book collage and a relief print. Work was chosen by guest judges Dorothy Frey and Glen Cebulash; both artists will also have work hanging in the show. As part of Tellus360’s outreach to students, there will also be a display of student work in the gallery, representing Hamilton Elementary, Penn Manor High School, Hempfield High School, Washington Elementary, Edward Hand Middle School and JP McCaskey High School.
Annex 24 Gallery
24 W. Walnut Street
5 – 9 pm
Monochromatic or Achromatic – which is which?: A variety of artwork highlighting the difference between monochromatic and achromatic.