Exhibits

Receptions are held on the first date of the exhibition..

 

May 3 - 28: Two Exhibits

In the Kauffman Gallery

Spring Membership Show

Award Winners & Judge’s Comments

Non - Professional Category

"Ghent" by  Beverley Felter

  • First Place: Beverley Felter - ‘Ghent’ “The technical difficulty, water reflections and perspective are well done and give a real sense of place.”
  • Second Place: Cheryl Eckman - ‘Amish Mountain Farm’ “The movement, composition and balance of dark and light are well placed. Color and texture are appreciated as well.”
  • Third Place: Chuck Belensky - ‘Swiss Miss’ “The bold color pattern contrasts against the dark background and makes this an eye catching piece. The gaze of the animal makes this a compelling painting.”

Honorable Mentions

  • Marvin Reinhart - ‘Lean on Me’ “Beautiful color, interesting design.”
  • Phyllis Patterson - ‘Star Barn’ “Well done! I admire the underpainting of this work.”

Professional Category

"Farm Lane - Winter" painting by Carol Herr

  • First Place: Carol S. Herr - ‘Farm Lane - Winter’ “Stunning sky and chilling landscape! Beautifully painted, wonderful detail and color palette.”
  • Second Place: Bradley Gebhart - ‘Thinking Woman’ “Lovely, thoughtful figure.”
  • Third Place: Geraldine Cosgrave - ‘Gateway To The Sea’ “Beautiful entrance to a place I’d like to go to visit. Calm composition with beautiful, natural color choices.”

Honorable Mentions

  • Karen Mincarelli - ‘Tribute To Billie’ “Reminds me of Billie Holiday and jazz music. Nice composition and color combination.”
  • Margrit Schmidtke - ‘Postman Butterfly’ “Smart, bold butterfly. Well done and nicely framed.”

Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor

"Enlightenment", watercolor by Ardythe Jolliff

  • Ardythe Jolliff - ‘Enlightenment’ “Stunning! The dense foliage presents a delicate beauty! Congratulations.”

The Myrtle Tremblay Award is given each year at the Spring & Fall Membership Shows. We appreciate the generosity of long time LCAA member and watercolor artist Myrtle Tremblay who designated money for these awards in her estate.

Judge: Janette Toth

Janette Toth has won numerous awards and has been included in solo, juried and curated exhibits in museums and galleries including the State Museum of Pennsylvania, Woodmere Art Museum [Philadelphia, PA}, Boxheart Gallery [Pittsburgh, PA], and the Philadelphia Sketch Club to name a few. She graduated form the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1981 and she has worked as a scenic and mural painter at various locations. In the past she has taught mural painting as an adjunct instructor at Pennsylvania College of Art and Design.

She states about her current work- “I enjoy experimenting with texture and color and prefer to work in large scale. I am most reactive to color and line. I continue to develop my painting habits by working with a variety of materials and coloring outside of the lines.”

Janette’s work can be found at Artisans Gallery in Lancaster, Lynden Gallery in Elizabethtown, Garth Gallery in Columbia, and the Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute. She is a member of the PA Arts Experience Artist Trail, Lancaster Museum of Art and the Demuth Museum. For information on her future exhibits you can find her on Facebook.

In the Steinmetz Gallery

William Chambers: "The Obsessive Dollhouse" Show

From The Obsessive Dollhouse Show

William Chambers has been combining painting, sculpture, printmaking, and performance into interactive art installations. The Obsessive Dollhouse is a performative installation that in its first iteration took place during the fall of 2014. It remains a dollhouse, on a workbench, that is both renovated and detroyed through unnatural and natural disasters. This construction and destruction is documented in photographs, video, and text in the form of a blog and three real photo albums.

This piece is an exploration of the ambiguity between the dream of house that I/we fall in love with upon purchase and the reality and struggles of home ownership. Also, this is a chance to play with the idea and lie inherent in "documenting" an event. The narratives and photos show a destruction, but it is fictional and created. Each album tells a slightly different story.

This work aims to help us see houses more clearly for what they are.

William is currently working on his MFA at Mass. College of Art. He studied sculpture at Sarah Lawrence College and has done extensive graduate level course work in painting. William has exhibited his artwork in galleries in Pennsylvania and beyond. He teaches art at the LCAA and at the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design and the York Art Association.

To read more about The Obsessive Dollhouse, visit: obsessivedollhouse.blogspot.com

 

June 7- July 19

LCAA National Juried Exhibition

Juror: Alice Adams

Sponsor: James S. Gibson of the Red Rose Investment Group

Click here to download the Juried Show prospectus.The prospectus may be downloaded by clicking the red brushstroke on the right or may be picked up at the LCAA during business hours.

 

Aug. 9 - Sept. 10: Two Exhibits

In the Kauffman Gallery

Super Big Summer Sale

We are looking for donations of gently used art supplies for our Used Art Supplies Sale. This year's sale will be helf in August in conjunction with our Super Big Summer Sale exhibit. Keep it in mind when you are doing your Spring cleaning! Art or craft supplies of any kind, easels, drawing tables, art or craft books, etc. will all be accepted. You can drop off at the LCAA anytime during our regular business hours.

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Judith Kozma

 

Sept. 20 - Oct. 15: Two Exhibits

In the Kauffman Gallery

Fall Membership Show

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Katrina Funk

 

Oct. 25 - Nov. 12: Two Exhibits

In the Kauffman Gallery

Mini-Mania

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Mini-Monsters

Open to children & teens.

 

Nov. 22 - Dec. 20: Two Exhibits

In the Kauffman Gallery

Holiday Fruitcake

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Invitational Exhibit: Adrienne Davis and Cheryl Tracy


Entry fees for the Winter, Spring, and Fall membership shows are $10 non-professionals & $15 professionals unless otherwise noted. Theme shows will have various entry fees. All will be listed in advance of the exhibits.


Watch your newsletter for changes to the schedule throughout the year.

Please note that drop off days are Friday, Saturday & Sunday for most shows.