October’s First Friday and Artwalk weekend was busy, busy, busy!  The weather, although warm, held out and Gallery Row was packed.  We are celebrating the life and work of artist Mitch Lyons!  Although we are terribly sad that he passed away in March,  it was a special night with his family, who all showed up to see this final show of his work, both clay pots and his signature clay monoprints.  We are also raising money to support the “Mitch Lyons Clay Scholarship Fund.  This $500 annual scholarship will be given to a deserving clay high school student in Lancaster County.  If you would like to donate to this cause please go to www.gofundme.com/mitch-lyons-clay-scholarship-fund.  Definitely stop down to see the show!

Andriulli “Talk”

September 8, 2018


Collector’s were treated to a talk from Robert Andriulli about his latest series of Urban paintings.  They are based loosely on where he grew up, Paterson, New Jersey.  It was so much fun to see sketches and studies for these paintings.  Robert had fun getting into teaching mode again.  Everyone was thrilled!



First Friday was so much fun!  We featured Robert Andriulli with his latest,  “Urban Perspectives”, as well as water-colorist Adam Bunting with “Personal Effects”.  Linda Stetina added in with her latest Oils and it is a fabulous show.   Interesting Fact:   Adam and Linda were both students of Robert Andriulli when he taught at Millersville University.  It was great fun to see them all together in a show!



What a FABULOUS event!!  Tons of people came down to check out our Plein Air Painting event.  Lancaster City Art Galleries were busy as ever.  It was so much fun and everyone loved watching the various artists paint.  We will definitely do this again next year.  The weather was great, not a rain drop in sight!!  Thanks for the support Lancaster.

July First Friday

July 10, 2018

First Friday in July was beautiful!  Great weather,  great air, lots of people, and lots of art on Gallery Row!!!  We are featuring Scott Cantrell and Jennifer Hartz.  And our emerging artist is Olivia Honert.  Stop down and take a look at the show.  You won’t want to miss it.


“Saints You Might Need Some Day”,  by Fred Rodger (painter) and Mark Dennis (framer and sculptor).  It is a SOLD OUT SHOW!!!!  First Friday was packed, but these paintings sold all week long and we entered First Friday with a Sell out!!!  There is nothing better than that!  Thanks to Lancaster County Art Lovers for the show of support.  The weather held out and Gallery Row was busting at the seams.

But stop into see the show, as it will be up all month long.  We have lots of available paintings particularly from our highlighted artist Katheryn Stott and emerging artist Lindsay Alshouse.



May brought a busy and bustling downtown Lancaster and Gallery Row was filled with art lovers!!  As it is also Artwalk Weekend,  we had a steady stream of customers all weekend long and the weather was beautiful  for Saturday!  We are featuring new works from local artists Patricia Wertz and Eric Fowler.  We are also highlighting Lee Lovett and Nicole Michaud.  Eric also did onsite painting demonstrations for our Artwalk customers which our everyone loved!

April’s First Friday was busy and packed as the weather held out and we enjoyed seeing Gallery Row bustling with art lovers!  We are featuring Jackie Madsen with her favorite animal paintings, and Terry Wise with tabletop and still life.  Both shows are contemporary and vibrant.  Susan Gottlieb is our highlight artist and our emerging artist is Jacob Williard.


Fred Rodger hit us with his latest series of Blues and Jazz paintings!!  He rarely does many at once and we currently have 6 new paintings in the mix this month!!  Stop in and take a look.  They won’t be around for long.  Fred does all the artwork for Lancaster’s Roots and Blues Festival each year.


First Friday in March was a windy, rainy, evening that tried to put a damper on our First Friday Artist Reception.  We did have a really nice, but small, group come through.  Shown above, Featured Artists Catherine Suttle and Katherine Horst, and on right, Emerging Artist, Patricia Renna.  We reacted by deciding to have another opening over this past weekend during Lancaster’s  Roots and Blues Festival.  All of our women artists came down to do a RE-DO and it was a ton of fun, with many of our art lovers coming in to meet our artists.