Receptions are held on the first date of the exhibition.


April 30 – June 1

In the Kauffman Gallery


Professional Category

"Falls of Rain", acrylic by Donald Lentz

Honorable Mentions


Non-Professional Category

"Winter Blue", oil by Kevin Miller.

Honorable Mention:


Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor

"Fetch it Yourself", watercolor by Debra L. Smith

Debra L. Smith, "Fetch It Yourself"


Judge: Jan Mindish

Jan Mindish taught art and photography in the Penn Manor School District for 21 years before retiring as Principal. She earned degrees from Millersville University and Winder University. Jan serves on the board of Demuth / Lancaster Art Museums and organizes Summer Art Camps at Lancaster Art Museum.


Spring Membership Show Sponsor:
Terry Banzett Memorial Fund

Terry Banzett and her husband Howard moved to Lancaster in 1954. She joined the LCAA and exhibited her art and won awards in numerous exhibits during the 1950’s and 1960’s. In 1968 they moved to California but remembered the LCAA fondly. In 2012 the Terry Banzett Memorial Fund was established by her family and friends. It is used to sponsor one LCAA exhibit each year and our art class for adults with cognitive or physical disabilities.

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Marilyn Morrison and Lorraine Leavitt

Pastel by Marilyn Morrison

Featuring the work of LCAA artist and instructor Marilyn Morrison and her aunt Lorraine Leavitt (1918-2011).

Marilyn was surprised to realize how much she has "taken after" her aunt and been influenced by her. "It is interesting to contemplate the similarities between us despite the differences of time and distance. It is a legacy I have grown into, and as I look at her pictures now, I realize how much I have missed by not having an art connection with her through the years."

Watercolor by Lorraine Leavitt

Lorraine Leavitt was born in New Jersey, graduated from Syracuse University and later moved to California where she raised a family. Then she lived and traveled to Italy, Greece and Crete and her paintings reflect this region, especially in the colors. Later, back in the United States, she spent summers in Maine and painted scenes and seascapes typical of the Maine coast. The majority of her work is in watercolor or pastel.

Marilyn was also born in New Jersey and always had an interest in art. As an adult she begain taking classes and workshops and loved everything she tried. Pottery is her usual medium but she also works in watercolor, pastel, mixed media and acrylic. She has tried clay monoprint, cold wax and encaustic. Marilyn states, "I like the process of creating itself, working with a medium until it 'speaks' and forms something satisfying and, hopefully, meaningful. In the making there is magic!"


June 11 - July 16

LCAA National Juried Exhibition (both galleries)

Click here to download the prospectus.To download a pdf of the prospectus, click here or on the image at the left.

Jordan Griska

Jordan Griska, a Brooklyn based sculptor, moved from Philadelphia in 2012. He received a BFA from the University of Pennsylvania and a Certificate from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Jordan received the Cresson Scholarship and Governor's Award while at PAFA.
Current public works installations include "Grumman Greenhouse" in Philadelphia and "Dolos" in Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City. Jordan was a 2011 West Prize finalist. Other selected exhibitions have been at Eastern State Penitentiary, Esther Klein Gallery, Fleishner Ollman Gallery, Scope Art Fair in Miami, and Philadelphia Contemporary. He is currently working on a permanent installation at the Philadelphia Water Works Museum.


Aug. 6 - Sept. 7

In the Kauffman Gallery

Water Works

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Darby Bolich


Sept. 17 – Oct. 12

In the Kauffman Gallery

Fall Membership Show

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Senior Show


Oct. 22 – Nov. 9

In the Kauffman Gallery

“The Thrifty Thing!” Halloween Shoppe

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Night Gallery Revisited


Nov. 19 - Dec. 23

In the Kauffman Gallery

Holiday Show

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Carol S. Herr

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.