Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs (or photo-inspired art) this First Friday, August 1st:
The Ware Center
42 N. Prince Street
6 – 8 PM
Photographs by Richard Huck: All are invited to drop in and enjoy the exciting acoustic guitar music of Alex Brubaker and see photographs and other artwork by local artists Bruce Fry, Richard Huck and Jeremy Waak, as well as meet the artists.
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design
112 N. Prince Street
5 – 9 PM
Selected Artwork from the BFA Program at PCA&D: 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. Held simultaneously with this exhibit in PCA&D’s main gallery, the “Continuing Education Fall Preview & Exhibition” in the atrium at PCA&D is a drop-in event that features artworks created by students and faculty of the Continuing Education program.
City Hall Gallery
120 N. Duke Street
5 – 8 PM
Lancaster City – Strength and Beauty Past and Present: Linda Berry’s paintings based on vintage postcards and photographs of Lancaster City. Finding each historic location – she has created another painting based on today’s changes, and displays the two contrasting paintings side-by-side. It is delightful study of nearly 100 years of change. Some notable changes are mode of transportation and buildings, other transitions are more subtle.
38 N. Christian Street
5 – 8 PM
Photography by Diann Trotman: Diann Trotman is a Medical Laboratory Scientist in the microbiology lab at Lancaster General Hospital who has taken a personal passion and transformed it into a stunning art. We are thrilled to be staging an exhibit of her breathtaking studies in our Event Space overlooking North Queen Street. Proceeds from this event will benefit The Water Street Ministries.
Community Room on King
106 W. King Street
6 – 9 PM
Summertime Hues: Summertime Hues is about the colors, images, and feelings that summer evokes: fresh flowers, the sky after a storm, or the way the the sunlight falls on the grass. Grace Rhine is a 10th grade student at Penn Manor High School. She is a creative photographer who enjoys documenting her sights, feelings, and experiences with the camera, and inspiring others with photography. For more of Grace’s photos, please visit grace.truetech.org or find her on Instagram with the username @glutenfreepretzel.
328 W. Orange Street
6 – 9 PM
SnapPrints: Nick Mohler, best-known as the Program Director of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen, opens his one-person print and photography exhibit, SnapPrints.
— Pat Cooney