Lancaster County Art Association
Exhibits

Jan. 15-Feb. 16, 2023

In the Kauffman Gallery

Winter Membership Show

PROFESSIONAL CATEGORY

Ink/Watercolor on paper by Jenna Minor Kline

First Place:
Jenna Minor Kline, "Rainy Rooftops From the Library Window", ink/watercolor on paper

'Better Days', oil by Sandra Desrosiers

Second Place:
Sandra Desrosiers, "Better Days" “oil

'Nocturne', cyanotype on kinwaski paper by Evelyn Burton

Third Place:
Evelyn R. Burton, "Nocturne", cyanotype on Kinwaski paper

'Growth', salt block sculpture by Molly Lengeman

Honorable Mention:
Molly Lengeman, "Growth", salt block sculpture

'Morning Light in a Time Long Ago', watercolory by Tim Colyer

Honorable Mention:
Tim Colyer, "Morning Light in a Time Long Past", watercolor

'Pontz Pond', oil by Jay Dombach

Honorable Mention:
Jay Dombach, "Pontz Pond", oil

'Shear Pleasure', watercolor by Beverley Felter

Honorable Mention:
Beverley Felter, "Shear Pleasure", watercolor

NON-PROFESSIONAL CATEGORY

'To Be of Use', watercolor by Marti Early

First Place:
Marti Early, "To Be Of Use", watercolor

'Paris in April', watercolor by Kathryn Collins

Second Place:
Kathryn Collins, "Paris in April", watercolor

'Sunset at the Cove', pastel by Carolyn Sands

Third Place:
Carolyn Sands, "Sunset at the Cove, Cape May", pastel

'Spring Thaw at Coatesville Reservoir', acrylic by David Allen

Honorable Mention:
David Allen, "Spring Thaw @ Coatesville Reservoir”, acrylic

'The Barge', watercolor by Gaylee Schachter

Honorable Mention:
Gaylee Schachter, "The Barge", watercolor

Judge: Carol S. Herr

Carol grew up on a farm in southern Lancaster County where she started painting at a young age. She graduated with honors from the York Academy of Art in 1979 where she majored in Fine Art. In addition, she studied at the Art Student’s League in New York City.
Carol has been exhibiting her contemporary impressionistic landscape paintings in both local and national shows for the past 40 years. She has been featured in various exhibits throughout Pennsylvania including Art of the State, Harrisburg, Main Line Arts Center, Haverford, Three Rivers Arts Festival Juried Exhibition, Pittsburgh, and the LCAA National Juried Exhibition, Strasburg, to name a few.
Her paintings have been recognized with numerous awards for their strong sense of light, color and texture. Private & public art collections that feature her work include Georgetown University Hospital, Harrisburg Hilton & Towers, Penn National Insurance, Dauphin Deposit Bank and many others. Carol’s paintings have been displayed in the Senate Office Building in Washington D.C. and at the Governor’s Mansion in Harrisburg, PA.
In addition to painting, she teaches art to both children and adults at various locations including her home studio and the Lancaster County Art Association, where she serves as gallery director.

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Richard Chandler Hoff
“Inventing History”

'War News', graphite pencil on paper by Richard Chandler Hoff

“War News”, graphite pencil on paper by Richard Chandler Hoff

A graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art, Richard Chandler Hoff is a nationally recognized artist working exclusively in graphite pencil on paper. Hoff illustrates life in America during the 1940’s relying on extensive research to accurately depict that decade.
His work has been included in numerous competitions including the Pennsylania Art of the State and he is represented in many public, corporate and private collections. In 2015 he was awarded Master Pencil Artist (signature) Status by the Pencil Arts Society of Canada. Hoff’s drawings have been featured in American Artist Magazine and Drawing Magazine.

Feb. 26 – March 23

In the Kauffman Gallery

Garden Show

Theme: Flowers, Plants, Gardens
Drop off –Feb.17, 18, 19
Pick up – March 24, 25, 26
*1-2 entries per member,
Judged - Awards given
Reception: Feb.26
Ann T. Fields Annual Awards for Excellence In Watercolor
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In the Steinmetz Gallery

Anita Gordon-Palmer

From the time she was a child, Anita always had an interest in art. She was given things to draw to keep her still and quiet but as she got older her parents forbid her to pursue her interest in art. As an adult she was able to take courses from various artists including a man who worked for Disney and at Franklin and Marshell College in Lancaster.
After retirement she was then able to focus on what she loves. Anita works in a variety of mediums, however oil paint and doing portraits are her favorites. She also enjoys doing family pets and will do commissioned work of pets, loved ones or homes. Her work is in various collections, including in Canada and Belgium.

April 2-23

In the Kauffman Gallery

Elementary & The Middle

Drop Off – March 24, 25, 26
Pick Up – April 28, 29, 30
Reception: April 2
Open to Lancaster County Children
1st – 8th grade
1 piece per child, awards given

In the Steinmetz Gallery

The Natural World

Open to adult members
Theme: Nature, Small works
11x14 or less, 1 entry, awards

May 7-June 1

In the Kauffman Gallery

Spring Membership Show

Drop off –April 28, 29, 30
Pick up – June 2 , 3, 4
Reception: May 7
*1-2 entries per member, judged - awards given
Sponsor: Terry Banzett Memorial Fund
Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor
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In the Steinmetz Gallery

Dot Stepenaski

June 11–July 13

In the Kauffman Gallery

LCAA Art Project; The Elements

Open to artists16+
Theme: Earth, Air, Water, Fire
Donate 5”x7” (unframed), any medium
Drop Off- June 2, 3, 4
Pick Up – July 14, 15, 16
Reception: June 11
Proceeds benefit LCAA
Donate 5”x7” (unframed), any medium
Judged & People’s Choice Awards
Artwork will be for sale for $55 (2 for $100)

In the Steinmetz Gallery

A Square Deal

Membership Exhibit
Square Format Works,
30"x30” or less, Any subject
judged-awards, 1-2 entries

July 23 – Aug. 24

In the Kauffman Gallery

Summer Breeze

Drop off: July 14, 15, 16
Pick Up : Aug. 25, 26, 27
Reception: July 23
Theme: Summer Subjects
*1-3 entries, judged – awards given
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In the Steinmetz Gallery

Mia Curran

Sept. 17 – Oct. 19

In the Kauffman Gallery

Fall Membership Show

Open to all members, No theme
Drop off: Sept. 8, 9, 10
Pick up –Oct. 20, 21, 22
Reception: Sept.17
*1-2 entries per member, judged, awards given
Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor
Visit the page at this LINK for Exhibition Guidelines and Requirements.

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Isabel W. Lark

Oct. 29 – Nov. 16

In both galleries

Autumn Daze III

Drop off – Oct.20, 21, 22
Pick up – Nov.17, 18, 19
Reception: Oct. 29
Open to members & non-members
Theme: Autumn subjects & colors
Special categories, awards & events to be announced at a later date.
Judged – awards given, Entry Fee: $10 per piece
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Dec. 3-23

In the Kauffman Gallery

Holiday Surprise

Drop off – Nov.17-19, 25, 26
Pick up - Jan. 5, 6, 7
Reception: December 3
A variety of holiday surprises & gift giving opportunities. More details to come!
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In the Steinmetz Gallery

Carol S. Herr

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 for membership shows unless otherwise noted.
Hours for drop off & pick up: Fri. - Sat. 11pm -4pm & Sun. 1pm-4pm.
Parking Lot Pick Up / Drop Off Available. Call the LCAA at 717-687-7061 when you arrive.

Visit the page at this LINK for Exhibition Guidelines and Requirements.