Lancaster County Art Association
Exhibits

Sept. 18-Oct. 13, 2022

In the Kauffman Gallery

Fall Membership Show

AWARDS
PROFESSIONAL CATEGORY
1st Place in the Professional Category

First Place: Penny Duke (Topaz), "Security"
Second Place: Evelyn Eighmey, "High Point Meadow"
Third Place: Marcia Miller, "She’s All Wet!"
Honorable Mention: Beverley Felter, "Pinetown Crossing”
Honorable Mention: Carol S. Herr, "Autumn Color on the Susquehanna”
Honorable Mention: Jeffrey McCredie, "Brandywine Boating Party”

MYRTLE TREMBLAY AWARD FOR WATERCOLOR
Brenda Blank: 'Light in Dresden'


Brenda Blank, "Light in Dresden”

NON-PROFESSIONAL CATEGORY
'Rhode Island' - 1st Place in the Non-Professional Category


First Place: Gaylee Schachter, "Rhode Island"
Second Place: Theresa Sever. "Big Sis, Lil Sis"
Third Place: Isabel W. Lark, "Eastern Shore Idyll"
Honorable Mention: Elaine Gross, "Country House”
Honorable Mention: Carolyn Sands, "Morning Hostas”
Honorable Mention: Marti Early, "Reaching Out”

JUDGE: BILL CIFUNI


Bill is a native of Lancaster. After obtaining a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, he later earned an MFA from the Maine College of Art. He has been an art educator at the secondary level for over 25 years and has exhibited locally and nationally. His studio practice drifts between lens based processes, book arts and installation; creating narratives about micro-histories, object-hood and traces.

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Gay P. Cox: “Transvision"

Painting by Gay Cox: 'The Children's Garden'

Gay’s work is about “transvision” seeing beyond the bare facts in front of us to something vaster and full of grace, and about making that invisible reality present, expressive and tangible to others. She uses classical disciplines in figure, portraiture and landscape, giving them free rein in a color filled expressionism. Her intent is to create works that seem to burst from the two dimensional surface and create for the viewer, new ways of seeing.
Gay’s subjects are drawn from the visible world: trees, flowers, patches of gardens and places, such as a cathedral or a town square in El Salvador, and are researched extensively to see them in full. She was born and raised in England and attended Leeds Beckett University, Yorkshire, England. Moving to the United States, she then studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

Oct. 23-Nov. 10, 2022

In both galleries

Autumn Daze II

Open to members & non-members
7 Categories
Any medium, any size (Let us know if larger than 70” in any direction)
Work must be original by the artist.
Framed & unframed work is accepted (framed & work on canvas must be wired for hanging).
Artists may interpret our categories any way they wish from normal to spooky fun.
Work can be new or older and it’s okay if it has been exhibited at the LCAA before.

CATEGORIES

#1. Autumn Leaves - Autumn trees, leaves, fall landscapes.
#2. The Pumpkin Patch - Pumpkins, fall vegetables and fruits, scarecrows, crows, etc.
#3. Howling Hounds, Creepy Cats, Bats, Gnats & More - Animals reptiles, insects, etc.
#4. Spooky Spaces and Haunted Places - Halloween inspired subjects and places, haunted houses, old barns, buildings, cemeteries, caves.
#5. Harvest Moon - Night or evening scenes, moon, stars.
#6. Notorious Notions & Spirited Potions - Unusual objects, old relics, drinks & spirits, poisons, still life.
#7. Bewitching Beauties - Portaits, figures of people (normal or scary).

Artists may enter any number of pieces in any or all of the 7 categories.
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 (& pickup of work from the Fall Membership Show)
Pick up - Nov. 11, 12, 13
Reception: Oct. 23

Nov. 20-Dec. 23, 2022

In the Kauffman Gallery

Holiday - Winter Wonderland & Merry Miniatures

Winter Wonderland
Theme: holidays & winter.
1-3 original works
Entry fee: $15 per piece
Judged - Awards given

Merry Miniatures
No theme.
1-6 miniatures - (12 x 12 or smaller, any subjects),
1-6 original crafts (not from kits)
Entry fee: $5 per piece.
Visit the page at this LINK for Exhibition Guidelines and Requirements.
Judges - Awards given.

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

In the Steinmetz Gallery

Brenda Blank: “Home"

Brenda’s theme for this exhibit is “Home”, with paintings inspired by places and things found here at home in Lancaster County. She was born and raised in rural parts of our county, surrounded by farms and open fields. The aged and weathered buildings, trees, streams and gardens have always captured her attention.
A self-taught artist, she finds watercolor painting both relaxing and energizing. Her passion is to highlight the beauty in the things around her. By sketching and painting ordinary things, she likes to show the meaning and purpose those things provide in our daily lives. Someone once encouraged her to “paint the pearl”. Life is gull of visual gifts and special moments. Brenda hopes to represent these pearls of life in her paintings.

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.