Art Exhibits at the 
Lancaster County Art Association

Receptions are held on the first date of the exhibition.

Aug. 26 – Sept. 20

In the Kauffman Gallery

Senior Showcase
Award Winners & Judge’s Comments

Professional Category

First Place: George M. Clark, 'Downtown Pre Fab”, acrylic and graphite.

First Place: George M. Clark, "Downtown Pre Fab”, acrylic and graphite. – “Reminds me of Lyonel Feininger’s Earthquake.”

Second Place: Beverley Felter, "Out On A Limb”, watercolor. – “Beautiful and subtle use of color.”


Third Place: Susan Bloomfield, "Winter Gold”, acrylic. – "I love the mood in this landscape.”


Honorable Mentions

John Sauers, "House by Route 1 North”, oil on pieced paper. – “I like the freedom in this work.”

Judy W. Smith, "Good Morning”, pastel. – “Peachy atmosphere.”


Peter Hunsberger, "Blue Orchids”, photography. – “Gorgeous.” 

Non-Professional Category

First Place: LaDonna Balding, photography.

First Place: LaDonna Balding, photography. "Inferno" – “These forms of nature in their orange blaze knocked me off my feet.”

Second Place: Kristin Glowacki, "Waiting", needlefelt. – “A wonderful sculptural example of figural art.”


Third Place: Jim McElroy, "Area 51”, mixed media. – “Wonderfully worked eye candy.”


Honorable Mentions

Marti Early, "Earth Whispers”, watercolor. – “Makes me want to get my feet wet. Nature"s beauty.”

Douglas Good, "Rothenburg Doorway”, photography. – “Can I rent this place?”


Louanne Van Fossen, “Iris”, watercolor. - “Flower power!” 

To see images of all of the award winning pieces, click here.

Judge: Ron Ettelman

Ron majored in illustration at the Philadelphia College of Art, 1964-68, after a year of freelance illustration in Manhattan. He worked in television, publishing and advertising art, etc. during his career. All this led to his current business “Dream Framer” which he started in 1976. Ron continues to produce his own fine art. 

In the Steinmetz Gallery

David Spencer

David Spencer

David is a local artist and LCAA member who has been exhibiting his work for a number of years. He has won numerous awards at the LCAA and other locations and his autism has not stopped him from creating some fabulous works of art. Nature is an inspiration for many of his pieces which often feature landscape or flowers. He works in a variety of mediums including oil and acrylic and loves to express himself through his art.

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Sept. 30 – Oct. 25

In the Kauffman Gallery

Fall Membership Show

Drop off - Sept. 21, 22, 23 (and pickup of work from the Senior Showcase Exhibit)

Pick up –Oct. 26, 27

Open to all members, No Theme

*1-2 entries per member

Entry fees: Non-Professional- $15 for 1 piece, $25 for 2 pieces, Professional- $20 for 1 piece, $35 for 2.

Judged - awards given in both categories, Non-Professional and Professional.

In addition the $100 Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor will be given.

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Kelsey Showalter

Oct. 28 – Nov. 8

In the Kauffman Gallery

Mystery Pop Up Sale

Itʼs a Secret!! - more “clues” to come!

1-5 pieces per artist

Work must be for sale

Peoples Choice Awards

Drop off – Oct. 26, 27

Pick up – Nov. 9, 10, 11

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Tricks or Treats

Naughty or nice

More info to come


Nov. 18 - Dec. 23


In the Kauffman Gallery

Home for the Holidays & “Merry Miniatures”

Theme: holiday at home

Entry fee-$15 flat fee

Drop off - Nov. 9, 10, 1

Pick up - Jan. 3-6

1-2 original works, any size (max. 55”) or subjects

1-6 miniatures- (10x10 or smaller)

Peoples Choice Awards

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Dale Ziegler Memorial Exhibit

“Organized Confusion”, a Dale Ziegler watercolor that was exhibited at the LCAA in 2007.

Receptions held on the 1st day of the exhibit, 1-4pm unless otherwise noted.
*Entry Fees- per piece, $15 non-professionals, $20 professionals for membership shows unless otherwise noted.
Please note that drop off days are Friday, Saturday & Sunday for most shows.