Exhibits

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

 

June 7- July 19

LCAA National Juried Exhibition 2015
Award Winners

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

 

Best of Show

Best in Show: "Purple Meadoe", thread and fabric, by Teri Oja.

  • Teri Oja, Pennsylvania, for “Purple Meadow”, thread and fabric.

 

Painting Category

First Place Award in Painting: "1913 Armory Show" by James Huntsberger

  • First Place: James R. Huntsberger, Delaware, for “1913 Armory Show”, oil.
  • Second Place: Robert Hofherr, Maryland, for “Tudor Fantasy”, acrylic.
  • Third Place: Chuck Belensky, Pennsylvania, for “Reflections”, oil.
  • Honorable Mention: Miriam Sawyer, Delaware, for “Wedding”, acrylic.

 

Watermedia Category

First Place in Watercolor: "Strawberries in a Bowl" by Jane deGruchy

  • First Place: Jane deGruchy, Pennsylvania, for “Strawberries In A Bowl”, watercolor.
  • Second Place: Abby Rudisill, Pennsylvania, for “River Series VI”, acrylic on paper.
  • Third Place: Laurel Arbogast, Pennsylvania, for “Hibiscus Glow”, watercolor.

 

Photography Category

First Place in Phtography for "Maison Triste" by Ellen Jenkins

  • First Place: Ellen Jenkins, Pennsylvania, for “Maison Triste - A Forgotten Farm”.
  • Second Place: Don James, Maryland, for “Ice Formation, Morgan Run Creek”, digital photography.
  • Third Place: Evelyn R. Burton, Pennsylvania, for “Midnight”, silver gelatin print.

 

Other Media Category

First Place in Other Media for "Breaking Through", art quilt.

  • First Place: Polly Dressler Bech, Pennsylvania, for “Breaking Through”, art quilt.
  • Second Place: Heather Hendry, West Virginia, for “Red Fish On Blue Plate”, pastel.
  • Third Place: Sonia Sherrod, Pennsylvania, for “Peaches”, mixed media and paper.

 

Sculpture & Ceramics Category

First Place in Sculpture for "Mood Indigo: by Peggy Wyman.

  • First Place: Peggy Wyman, Missouri, for “Mood Indigo”, fiber (pine needles).
  • Second Place: Michael C. Layser, Pennsylvania, for “Fingertips Dancing With My Soul”, earthenware, glaze.
  • Third Place: Scott Cantrell, Pennsylvania, for “That Has Been #5”, concrete and photo.


Juror: Alice Adams

Alice Adams, Ellen Slupe, and Carol Herr

Juror Alice Adams, LCAA member Ellen Slupe, and Gallery Director Carol Herr in April after completing the selection of works for the show.

Alice Adams studied painting at Columbia University and then went to France to study tapestry weaving and design with a French government fellowship. Returning to the United States, she was influential in the development of modern American woven forms. Her work led her to sculpture, exhibiting in the "Eccentric Abstraction" exhibition curated by Lucy Lippard in 1965

Subsequent exhibitions included the Whitney Museum, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, Indianapolis Museum and other venues in the U. S. and Europe. She played a major role in the site sculpture and Land Art movements of the 1970's and public commissions of her work are found across the United States. One of the most important of her public projects is "The Roundabout" at Thomas Jefferson University In downtown Philadelphia.

She lives and works in New York City and at her studio in Linlithgo, New York. Her website is aliceadamssculpture.com

 

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

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.