Lancaster County Art Association
Exhibits

June 12-July 7, 2022

In the Kauffman Gallery

LCAA Art Project - Lancaster County Color

An exhibit and fundraiser on the theme of Lancaster County Color.
Awards were presented in each of the Color Categories: Yellow, Orange, Red, Violet, Blue and Green.
Also, the public is invited to vote on pieces to be awarded People’s Choice Awards.
Work has been hung in the gallery by the dominant color of each piece, like a large color wheel.
Artwork is for sale at $55 each or 2 for $100.
Proceeds benefit the LCAA.
All of the images in the exhibit are online, each on a separate page according to the color category.
Click on each of the First Place Award Winning pieces below to see all of the artworks in that Color Category.

Award Winners

Yellow

First Place: Dot Stepenaski – Blazes

First Place: Dot Stepenaski – Blazes
Honorable Mentions:
Brenda Blank – Wheat Fields
Elaina Posey – Untitled (Yellow)

Orange

First Place: Isabel W. Lark – Market Tower #1

First Place: Isabel W. Lark – Market Tower #1
Honorable Mentions:
Gay P. Cox - Mysterious Landscape
Dot Stepenaski – Punk Parade

Red

First Place: Elaina Posey – Untitled (Red)

First Place: Elaina Posey – Untitled (Red)
Honorable Mentions:
Dave Gibson – Some Like It Hot
Mia Curran – Clematis Peeking

Violet

First Place: Karen Labiak – Strasburg Dawn

First Place: Karen Labiak – Strasburg Dawn
Honorable Mention:
Barrie Gregory – Tranquility
Carol S. Herr – Purple Garden

Blue

First Place: Carol S. Herr – Sky Blue

First Place: Carol S. Herr – Sky Blue
Honorable Mentions:
Dot Stepenaski – Waiting for Flowers
Jeffrey McCredie – Teal Farm Horses

Green

First Place: Judy W. Smith – Sweet Onion

First Place: Judy W. Smith – Sweet Onion
Honorable Mentions:
Carol S. Herr – Spring Green #1
Paul Gross – April Showers

Links to the Color Category Pages

Judge: Line Bruntse

Line Bruntse is a sculpture and installation artist who works and lives in the Lancaster area. She teaches sculpture, drawing and 3D design at Millersville University. Her work in installation has been shown widely, most notably in Denmark at the Museum Jorn, in Austria, Milan and Venice, Italy in addition to the eastern region of the US. Her current work incorporates bronze casting – both her own work and recent commissions – with focus on humor and usurping material expectations.”

Line Bruntse’s Comment On the Overall Exhibit:
“Thank you for the opportunity to judge this show. It was difficult to only select 3 from each color. I thoroughly enjoyed the range of approaches to making small scale work. In my selection I attempted to highlight works that had something special, something to transport me beyond technical mastery to a place of emotion, and of a different view of the world we live in.”

In the Steinmetz Gallery

George Chapman Benefit

Watercolor, 'Row Crops:', by George Chapman

“Row Crops”, watercolor by George Chapman

We have recently added this special exhibit to our schedule.
Longtime LCAA member George Chapman has had many health concerns and has recently gone into nursing care. Sales from this exhibit of over 50 works by George will help pay expenses. George worked in many mediums, including acrylic and pastel. His subjects are varied, with landscape, animals and many with a humorous turn. In addition to his framed paintings, there are unframed works, prints and notecards available.
George has won awards here at the LCAA and has also been a member of other groups including Eicher Art, Lititz Art Association and Octorara Art Association. He was on the Staff here at the LCAA in the early 2000’s.

July 17-Aug. 11, 2022

In the Kauffman Gallery

Farm to Table

Both shows open to members.
Theme: Food - from the farm to the table.
1-3 Entries per member
Judged - Awards given
Visit the page at this LINK for Exhibition Guidelines and Requirements.

Drop off - July 8, 9, 10
Pick up - Aug. 12, 13, 14
Reception: July 17

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Road Show

Theme: Scenes inspired by a road trip, vacation or vehicles.
1-3 entries
Judged - Awards given.

In addition, we will be having a special print rack for the Road Show- anyone with prints or unframed originals with the Road Show themes above can bring them in for sale. The LCAA will take it’s usual 30% commission on sales but no entry fee for these print rack pieces.

Aug. 21-Sept. 8, 2022

In the Kauffman Gallery

The Artist’s Attic

Artwork for sale - $300, $200, $100, $50 or less.
Open to all members, Framed or Unframed.
$10 entry fee, 40% commission on sales to the LCAA
People’s Choice Awards

Drop off - Aug. 12, 13, 14
Pick up - Sept. 9, 10, 11
Reception: Aug. 21

In the Steinmetz Gallery

“Still Super” Used Art Supplies Sale

We have started to take donations for this year’s sale. If you have art or craft items such as paints, brushes, palettes, canvas, paper, pastels, drawing or craft supplies you wish to donate, bring them in anytime during business hours. We also accept frames, mats, studio furniture or equipment, art or craft books. Please no unframed glass or magazines. Items should be in working, presentable order.

Sept. 18-Oct. 13, 2022

In the Kauffman Gallery

Fall Membership Show

Open to all members.
No theme.
1-2 Entries per member
Judged - Awards given
Myrtle Tremblay Award for Watercolor
Visit the page at this LINK for Exhibition Guidelines and Requirements.

Drop off - Sept. 9, 10, 11
Pick up - Oct. 14, 15, 16
Reception: Sept. 18

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Gay P. Cox

A solo exhibit

Oct. 23-Nov. 10, 2022

In both galleries

Autumn Daze II

Open to members & non-members
Theme: Autumn subjects & colors
Special categories, awards & events to be announced at a later date.
1-2 Entries per member
Judged - Awards given
Entry Fee: $10 per piece
Visit the page at this LINK for Exhibition Guidelines and Requirements.

Drop off - Oct. 14, 15, 16
Pick up - Nov. 11, 12, 13
Reception: Oct. 23

Nov. 20-Dec. 23, 2022

In the Kauffman Gallery

Holiday - Winter Wonderland & Merry Miniatures

Theme: holidays & winter. Also miniatures & original crafts.
1-3 original works, Entry fee: $15 per piece
Judged - Awards given
1-6 miniatures - (12 x 12 or smaller, any subjects), Entry fee: $5 per piece
1-6 original crafts (not from kits), Entry fee: $5 per piece.
Visit the page at this LINK for Exhibition Guidelines and Requirements.

Drop off - Nov. 11, 12, 13
Pick up - Jan. 6, 7, 8
Reception: Nov. 20

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Brenda Blank

A solo exhibit

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.