Lancaster County Art Association
Exhibits


Receptions are held on the first date of the exhibition.

October 4 - November 8

In the Kauffman Gallery

Fall Membership Show

An unthemed exhibit featuring members’ work in a variety of media.

Award Winners

Professional Category

First Place: Karen Mincarelli, “Herstory”, collage.

First Place: Karen Mincarelli, “Herstory”, collage.
Second Place: Scott Steimel, “Front Porch –EB Morgan Mansion”, acrylic.
Third Place: Jane Wise, “Clowning Around”, watercolor.

Honorable Mention: Marianne Calenda, “Manheim Road”, acrylic/charcoal
Honorable Mention: Dan Graziano, “Alone In A Crowd”, oil.

Non-Professional Category

First Place: Jerry Brown, “Z Street”, watercolor.

First Place: Jerry Brown, “Z Street”, watercolor.
Second Place: Jim McElroy, “Orange You A Little Square”, oil on wood panel.
Third Place: Mary Weimer, “Mallard”, acrylic.

Honorable Mention: Marti Early, “Blenko Behind the Wine Glasses”, watercolor.
Honorable Mention: Shirley Taggart, “Rosnbloom”, paper collage.

Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor

Watercolor by Brenda Blank: 'Oranges and Pomegranates'

Brenda Blank: “Oranges and Pomegranates”

Judge: Becky Blosser

Becky Blosser lives and works in Lancaster. She earned an MFA in Visual Arts from Mason Gross School of Art, Rutgers University in 2007. Through diverse media, process, and printmaking, Becky explores formal and structural relationships connected to the home and environment. She exhibits her work on both a regional and national level. Her work is included in such collections as the Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw GA, and the Janet Turner Print Museum, Chico CA. Becky is currently an Assistant Professor in the Fine Art Department at Pennsylvania College of Art and Design in Lancaster.

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Painting Joy and Peace
A solo show by Carol H. Dale

Children playing in a fountain, a quiet walk along the water; these are scenes of “Painting Joy and Peace”, a collection of works by Carol H. Dale. Painting in oil, acrylic or watercolor, Carol captures the time of day and the atmosphere of the location. Her work celebrates that which brings a smile and her landscapes paint a peaceful mood of a place in time. “Each work is an opportunity to push the medium in new and exciting ways.”
Carol graduated with a BSEd. in Art Education from Millersville University with additional studies at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She recently retired from Lancaster Mennonite School where she taught art for 17 years.
Her work has won numerous awards and she has exhibited and sold her paintings at local and regional shows and galleries.
Carol is a long-time member of LCAA and is currently serving as president.

'Fountain of Youth', a painting by Carol H. Dale

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. 12-15 (and pickup of members’ work from the Fall Membership Show)
Pick up - Jan. 4, 5, 6
Reception: November 22

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 – 2 pieces
Professionals $20 – 1 piece, $35 – 2 pieces, $40 for 3 pieces unless otherwise noted.
Hours for drop off & pick up: Thurs. - Sat. 11pm -4pm & Sun. 1pm-4pm.
Parking Lot Pick Up / Drop Off Available. Call the LCAA at 717-687-7061 when you arrive.