Here’s a list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs this First Friday, August 3rd:
Smith LaVia Studio
Suite 210, 329 N Queen St,
A free Toy Photography Workshop hosted by John M Flinchbaugh: Anyone interested is welcome to just stop by with toys and camera in hand. We’ll be working on composition, story-telling, and lighting.
120 E. King St.
Infinite Ubiquitous: A selection of photographs from Lancaster native Victoria Sambunaris, product of ten years’ worth of yearly journeys across America and her fascination with the American landscape. Gallery talk with the artist on First Friday, beginning at 6:30 pm.
Also on view “Becoming Modern – the Travel Drawings of Louis I. Kahn and Charles Demuth.”
Annex 24 Gallery*
24 W. Walnut St.
Circles and Poles, Inside & Out: Colorful paintings and captivating photography by artists Spazz Arcane, Wolfgang VonSheidy, Don Otto, Steigal Glassworks, K. Scott Kreider, Lori Lee, Eddie Rehm, Spindle & PSire, Fracoise Nagel, Kathy Kramer, Mary Reising, Ted Rasmussen, Loryn Spangler-Jones, Ray Kellen, and Vintage Vinyl Journals. Meet the artists.
j. a. sharp Custom Jeweler
322 N. Queen St.
Creating Meaning: Photographs taken in and around Lancaster City by Alyson Earl that reveal the stories and magic inherent in everyday places and things. Handcrafted jewelry in precious metals and stones by Jude Sharp and other regional artisans. Open until 8pm.
Lancaster Public Library*
125 N. Duke St.
Life Rafts: Throughout his career, Robert Reed has photographed former presidents, famous actors and professional athletes. But, more than anything else, he has photographed skateboarders. The skateboarding images in this show come direct from the drainage ditches of Texas, the streets of Philadelphia and other places in southeastern Pennsylvania. Meet the artist. Open 5:30-8 pm.
Mulberry Art Studios*
19-21 N. Mulberry St.
Frozen in Time: Lonny Van Booven’s photography captures the simple beauty of nature, the robust colors of flowers and the history of various places.
Scenes From a Walk: Local artist Lindsey Stauffer’s watercolor paintings reflect her appreciation of nature and small-town life.
Preview of artwork to be auctioned August 10 by Boltz Auctions.
Meet the artists 5-8pm.
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design*
204 N. Prince St.
Gail Anderson: designer, writer, teacher, hoarder: The former art director at Rolling Stone magazine shares her designs alongside sources of inspiration–her bottle cap collection, sculptures made from alphabet letters, and photographs of unique typography found on hand-painted, neon, and storefront signs across America.
The Ware Center*
Millersville University Lancaster, 42 N. Prince St.
1. Intrigue: Juried exhibition of artworks thematically related to the concept of “intrigue.” 5-8pm
2. The Artwork of Stephen Barnett: Photographs are juxtaposed with lattice-cut poplar wood, then enhanced with found objects and color. Meet the artist 6-8pm.
Pariah Fine Art
113 N. Water St.
Grand Opening: Known for their dark interpretation of the Pennsylvania landscape and figurative works, Pariah Fine Art is the new home of the work of artist couple Jody and Cheryl Fallon. Pariah Fine Art features original oils, watercolors, pastels and sculpture by Jody Fallon and photographic works by Cheryl Fallon.
The Painted Desert Gallery
227 N. Duke St.
Artist Invitational Exhibition: Celebrating the three-year anniversary of the Invitational with a selection of representative works from 25 artists, ranging from photography to paintings to clay and iron works. Meet the artists.
Edwin P. Huddle Photography
122 E. Chestnut St.
Fine art photography, photo décor, and commissioned portraits.
328 N. Queen St.
ArtsySide Beyond the Ordinary: Photography and landscapes by Denn Hollandsmith. Meet the artist.
Nick Gould Photography
104 W. Chestnut St., 2nd fl.
Fine art photography and portraits.