Lancaster County Art Association

Receptions are held on the first date of the exhibition.

March 22 – ?

In the Kauffman Gallery

Spring Membership Show
Award Winners

In compliance with Governor Wolf's orders to prohibit the operation of businesses that are not life sustaining, the LCAA remains closed until the order is lifted.
All of the images of the artwork in the show are online in albums on our Facebook Page. To see the online album of all of the artworks in the Spring Membership Show, click here.
Slide shows of this exhibit and the John Sauers exhibit are also on the LCAA’s Facebook Page.
The artworks in these exhibits will remain at the LCAA until the Governor’s order is lifted and businesses can open again. When that occurs, we will provide an update here and on our Facebook Page.

'Wild Flowers', watercolor by Brenda J. Blank

Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor

Brenda J. Blank – “Wild Flowers”

'Fraises', watercolor by Karen Frattali

Professional Category

First Place: Karen Frattali – “Fraises”, watercolor

Second Place: Marianne Calenda – “Winter Blues”, acrylic on paper

Third Place: Dave Gibson – “Chasing Seashells”, oil on panel

Honorable Mention: Beverley Felter – “Dottie”, watercolor

Honorable Mention: Noel Fry – “Manor at King St.”, oil

Honorable Mention: Tony Bonazzi – “Peaceful Tuscany”, watercolor

Honorable Mention: Marita Hines – “Train Graveyard”, watercolor

'The Track', watercolor by Louanne Van Fossen

Non-Professional Category

First Place: Louanne Van Fossen - “The Track”, watercolor

Second Place: David Spencer – “Sunken Rock Lighthouse, NY”, acrylic

Third Place: Jerry Brown – “Old English Tavern & Inn”, watercolor

Honorable Mention: Shirley Taggart – “Harmony”, mixed media

Honorable Mention: Connie Dianne Yohe - “Cool Colored Water”, oil

Honorable Mention: Doris Morrison – “Black Hawk”, acrylic

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

In the Steinmetz Gallery

John Sauers

An online album of the artworks in the John Sauers Exhibit may be viewed by clicking here.

'Building Up Sky', oil by John Sauers

Award winning artist, John Sauers, will be exhibiting a wide range of works in this show. As a young man John won a four year scholarship to the Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore. In 1956 he began a 35 year career as a graphic designer with Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. His work as a fine art painter brought him recognition in many regional and national competitions.

Retiring in 1990, he served as residence artist at the Arts Depot and later the William King Museum of Art, both in Abington, VA. In 2005 John and his wife moved back to Darlington, Maryland. He has always felt a connectio to Lancaster County with his paternal grandparents being from this area. He is graciously donating 50% of any sales in this exhibit to the LCAA.

May 1, 2, 3 
The Artathon has been postponed until the Fall. The specific dates for this event have yet to be determined.

Special Event

May Day Artathon - Event Postponed until Fall

Artathon Logo

The Artathon originally scheduled for May 1, 2 and 3 has been canceled for those dates. The Artathon will be rescheduled (and undoubtedly renamed) for dates that are yet to be determined in the Fall. The original description of this event is as follows:

You have heard of dance or running marathons but we have them beat with our May Day Artathon! For three days, artists will be drawing, painting, sculpting, etc. and competing for a number of exciting awards and prizes.

Special events, door prizes and more will be happening throughout the weekend. The public is invited to attend and a ticket is good for the entire weekend.

Artists, join us for this three day event - paint, draw, sculpt, throw pots, create in any medium! You can win prizes and cash awards, sell your work and interact and expose your work to the art loving public. There will be a $500 grand prize as well as many other cash and merchandise awards!

Don’t wait to reserve your space. We have a limited number of spaces available.

Participate or come and watch artists create! See how long they can paint, draw, etc., who creates the most pieces, who sells the most.

Proceeds benefit the LCAAʼs many programs and exhibits.

Artist Space: $40 member $45 non-member. A limited number of easels or tables available for $5 each.
Admission: $15 per person, children under 12 -free. The admission price is for the entire weekend.

May 24- June 18

In both galleries

LCAA Open Door Exhibition

This exhibit has been postponed. No further information is available at this time
1-2 pieces per artist
Open to both members & non-members
Entry fee per piece: $20 LCAA members, $25 non-members
Judged – awards given
No theme
Drop off- May 15, 16 & 17
Pick up – June 19, 20, 21

June 29, 30, July 1, 9am-4pm

Plein Air Watercolor Workshop with Brienne Brown

Paint with this national award winning artist in the outdoors.
$260 members/ $300 non-members, pre-registration required, space limited.

July 5 - 30

In the Kauffman Gallery

Red, White & Blue

Theme: Patriotic or other subjects with primarily the colors red, white or blue
*1-3 entries, judged – awards given
Drop off –June 26, 27, 28
Pick up – July 31, Aug.1, 2

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Bill Puglisi

A solo show of the artwork of Bill Puglisi.

August 9 - September 10

In the Kauffman Gallery

Out Bound

Theme: Outdoor subjects or work created Plein Air (outdoors)
*1-3 entries, judged – awards given
Drop Off: July 31, Aug. 1, 2
Pick Up: Sept. 11, 12, 13

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Crystal Dull

A solo show of the artwork of Crystal Dull.

September 20 - October 15

In the Kauffman Gallery

Fall Membership Show

Open to all members
No theme
*1-2 entries per member
Judged - awards given including Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor
Drop off: Sept. 11, 12, 13
Pick up: Oct. 16, 17, 18

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Carol Dale

A solo show of the artwork of Carol Dale.

October 25 - November 12

In the Kauffman Gallery

Autumn Daze

Theme: Autumn Subjects & colors
*1-2 entries per member
Judged – awards given
Drop off – Oct.16, 17, 18
Pick up – Nov. 13, 14, 15

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Seniors on View

Small works-12x16 or smaller, framed
Seniors only - 60+

November 22 - December 20

In the Kauffman Gallery

“Let it Snow” & “Merry Miniatures”

Theme: snow or the holidays, also miniatures & original crafts
Judged, awards given
1-3 original works, any size (max. 55”)

1-6 miniatures - (12x12 or smaller, any subjects)
1-6 original crafts (not from kits)
Drop off - Nov. 15, 16, 17
Pick up - Jan. 4, 5, 6

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Debbie Huff

A solo show of the artwork of Debby Huff.

Receptions held on the 1st day of the exhibit, 1-4pm unless otherwise noted.
*Entry Fees- per piece:
Non-professionals $15 -1 piece, $25 – 2pieces
Professionals $20 – 1 piece, $35 – 2 pieces for membership shows unless otherwise noted.