Exhibits

Receptions are held on the first date of the exhibition.

May 15 – June 9

In the Kauffman Gallery

Spring Membership Show

Sponsor for this show is the Terry Banzett Memorial Fund..Terry Banzett and her husband Howard moved to Lancaster in 1954 She joined the LCAA and exhibited her art and won awards in numerous exhibits during the 1950’s and 1960’s. In 1968 they moved to California but remembered the LCAA fondly. In 2012 the Terry Banzett Memorial Fund was established by her family and friends. It is used to sponsor one LCAA exhibit each year and our art class for adults with cognitive or physical disabilities.

The Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor was given to one watercolor in the show. This $100 award comes from a fund established by the late artist. The LCAA gives out two watercolor awards each year in her name. The other award is usually given at the Fall Membership Show but this year will be part of the 80th Anniversary Exhibit.

Award Winners & Judge's Comments

Professional Category

"The Alley", pastel by Sandra Sigley

Honorable Mention:

 

Non-Professional Category

"Harbor Reflections", photograph by Ken Schwartzman

Honorable Mention:

 

Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor

"Summers End", watercolor by Matthew R. Smith

 

Judge: Dick Whitson

A native of Canton, Ohio, Dick Whitson received a BFA from Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon) in Painting and Design. He worked for General Electric Company, as a freelance graphic designer and at Armstrong World Industries where he retired as Manager Advertising Design Services after 33 years.

Currently, Dick exhibits at Red Raven Art Company in Lancaster city. He works primarily in oils.

 

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Henrietta Holton- Thomas

Henrietta will be exhibiting recent works including watercolor landscapes and sculptures. She is inspired by the Lancaster area, city and the countryside and has at least 15 exciting views to show.

She has been artistic all her life, starting with charcoal drawing as a child and then moving into painting with watercolor. Her BFA in Art Education is from Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York. She continued her studies at Tyler School of Fine Art at Temple University where she worked in oil, sculpture and printmaking.

Henrietta taught for 25 years in schools in Lancaster city and county, lastly at HACC in Lancaster. She teaches workshops on sculpture and watercolor here at the LCAA. Maine, New York city, Philadelphia and Boston are places she has exhibited her work. Locally she exhibits at the Lancaster Museum of Art, Demuth Museum and here at the LCAA.


June 19 - July 28

LCAA National Juried Exhibition (both galleries)

Juror: Neysa Grassi

Artist Neysa Grassi is a painter working with densely layered oil paintings that evoke surfaces and materials that are bodily, earthy or elemental, as well as more intuitive gouache on paper paintings. She is a recipient of a Pew Fellowship in the Arts, and has been awarded residencies in Ireland and Spain.

Solo exhibitions of her work have been featured at venues including the Morris Gallery at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Swarthmore College, Pensicola Art Museum and University of Delaware and the Delaware Center of Contemporary Art. Her works are included in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum Of Art, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Pensacola Museum of Art, Woodmere Museum of Art and the Palmer Museum of Art.

In the fall of 2016 " Foreign Language " a show of Grassi's works on paper will travel to the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). She is represented by Locks Gallery in Philadelphia. Grassi is a Critic in the Graduate program at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.


Aug. 21 - Sept. 22

In the Kauffman Gallery

Mish Mash – [a collection or mixture of unrelated things]

Mish Mash is defined as a collection or mixture of unrelated things. Our “Mish Mash” membership exhibit in August will shake up the traditional with unusual combinations. You can combine several works together to create a new one. We all have those pieces that didn’t quite work, create a collage or a new work with them. Another idea is to create artwork on or with unusual items. Do a painting on a chair, box, dishes or anything else you have around the house. Or just combine items together into an assemblage or sculpture. Have fun & be creative!

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Alexander Limont


Oct. 2 – Nov. 10

In the Kauffman Gallery

80th Anniversary Exhibit – “Decades” (both galleries)

 

Nov. 20 - Dec. 23

In the Kauffman Gallery

Holiday Exhibit: Jingle Bells and More!

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Richard Hamwi


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.