Founded in 1936, the Lancaster County Art Association is the County's oldest arts organization offering support for the visual arts through exhibition opportunities for artists as well as art classes, workshops, special programs, and opportunities for the community to see the work of local artists and artists from outside of Lancaster County in special exhibits.
Opening on Sunday, July 22, is “ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS”, a themed membership show in the Kauffman Gallery featuring artwork with places and things, on and off the road. In conjunction with the opening of this exhibit the LCAA is having “OLDIES & ART DAY” from 1 to 4pm Join us for this fun, creative day at the LCAA to kick off our “Roadside Attractions” Exhibit. Inside and outside there will be lots to see and do! Artists will be working “plein air”, vintage vehicles will be on display, and oldies music by several musicians will be playing in the park pavilion throughout the afternoon. Special activities for both adults and children! A Silent Auction of items by local businesses will be offered. Dress in your vintage duds and you could win a prize! Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the day! For more information on the events of the day, visit our Exhibits Page.
In the Steinmetz Gallery also opening on July 22 will be “FIGURES: ANCIENT & CONTEMPORARY”, an exhibit of work by Joanne Mark. Joanne will be exhibiting an assortment of her recent oil paintings of figures including pieces from her Asian figure collection. She states, “In the past year I have been exploring the use of a limited palette to create subtly toned figures on soft backgrounds. I have drawn much inspiration from my travels to Asia.” She has studied art at various locations including the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts. Joanne has won prizes for her work at the Chester County Art Association and at the LCAA. Meet Joanne at the reception on July 22.