First Friday February 7, 2020 Below is a list of current First Friday events, some are reoccurring listings while some are special events unique to this month’s event. Enjoy! ARTIST STUDIO AND GALLERY AT ANNEX 2424A W. Walnut St.facebook.com/TheArtistStudioAndGalleryAtAnnex24 CHRISTIANE DAVID GALLERY112 N. Prince St.christianedavid.com With a personality as vibrant as her paintings, Christiane David has taken art to a new level. Walking into her gallery is like walking into an enchanted world of color. Filled with bold paintings, it is no doubt one of the most vibrant colorful galleries you’ll find anywhere. Every painting is a dramatization of color, texture, and dimension. CITYFOLK GALLERY146 N. Prince St.cityfolkgallery.com The CityFolk Gallery name defines my love of both Fine Art and Folk Art and how they wonderfully co-exist. With a group of 8 Member Artists, whose work you can see a representation of continually in addition to their yearly exhibits, and just over thirty visiting artists, the Gallery is always changing. This year we added a platform for photography. Community Room on King106 W. King St.www.facebook.com/CommunityRoomonKing6 – 9pm Join us on First Friday, February 7 from 6-9 PM for From Scribbles to More Refined Scribbles – A Journey of a Literal Lifetime by Jenni Buffington! Jenni Buffington is a Lancaster Native that has been on a journey of self-redemption and self-discovery over the last two and a half years. The night will include engaging with the art, with the artist, live music, food and more. Hope to see you there! CURIO. GALLERY & CREATIVE SUPPLY106 W. Chestnut St.curiolancaster.square.site9:30am – 9pm Curio. Gallery & Creative Supply is pleased to present local artist Leah Limpert Walt. This solo exhibition titled Memory & Landscape speaks to the tensile strength of remembrance. Few things connect to memory like the landscape. FIRST REFORMED CHURCH40 E. Orange St.www.firstreformedlancaster.org8 – 8:30pm On First Friday, February 7 “Organic Reflections”, a free 30 minute concert, features resident organist Larry Hershey playing the vintage 1958 analog Allen organ at First Reformed Church, 40 E Orange Street in downtown Lancaster. The concert featuring romantic era composers begins at 8 PM and is entitled “Unfailing Love”. FREIMAN STOLTZFUS GALLERY142 N. Prince St.freimanstoltzfus.com The gallery features the work of Freiman Stoltzfus, Lancaster native. Presented in a variety of media, Freiman is inspired by his travels, music, nature, architecture, and the poetry of flowers. FRIENDSHIP HEART GALLERY118 N. Water St. Suite 101friendshipart.net GALLERY ON MARKET15 W. King St.facebook.com/galleryonmarket LANCASTER GALLERIES34 N. Water St.lancastergalleries.com Lancaster Galleries has been providing the Susquehanna Valley with Fine Art and Services since 1984. We are honored to represent the region’s finest artists from the 20th century to present. Our artists and staff share a mutual respect and commitment to the arts and are dedicated to providing the viewer with quality original work. We invite you to join us. LIZ HESS GALLERY140 N. Prince St.lizhess.com A gallery featuring the fine art originals, prints, and note cards of local artist Liz Hess in the heart of downtown Lancaster’s Art District on Gallery Row. Her recognizable signature is the red umbrella which shows up in most of her works. Every year she travels abroad to paint and be artistically inspired, creating collections from her trips. LSJ Studios110 W. King St. lsjstudios.com6 – 9pm Join LSJ Studios as we “show the love” for some very talented and emerging local and regional artists. The walls of the gallery will be filled with all different types of art from artists representing all walks of life. Participating artists include… Joshua Riggan Angela Lapioli Blanca Franco Emily Truman Mallory Keene Lourdes Torres-Shepard Don’t miss it! MIO STUDIOat Telltale Dress, 334 N. Queen St.miostudio.com Recycling rough materials into miniature sculptures meant to be worn, Mio Studio crafts new life from exotic hardwoods and metals. Artists Mai Orama Muñiz and Erica Millner hand carve and sand each piece from start to finish, using their years of experience to meld remnants together into clean, modern designs. North Museum400 College Ave.northmuseum.org5 – 8pm Enjoy our collection of curated art by local artists! PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN204 N. Prince St.pcad.edu5 – 8pm First Friday Opening Reception for Ana Vizcarra Rankin: Butterfly Effect. Rankin’s work formally explores scientific research topics, philosophical thought, and migrating movements. Using both micro and macro perspectives of the world and space, the artist creates maps that incorporate a variety of methods for plotting and communicating spatial information. RED RAVEN ART COMPANY138 N. Prince St.redravenartcompany.com10am – 9pm Join us as we celebrate Sarah McRae Morton’s latest work, The Belfry and Barnacles at Red Raven First Friday, 5 – 9 pm. SQUARE HALO GALLERY AT THE TRUST PERFORMING ARTS CENTER37 N. Market St.www.lancastertrust.com THE WARE CENTER42 N. Prince St.ArtsMU.com 2020 Lancaster Gospel Roots is a powerhouse celebration presented by a dozen artists that features inspirational music, dance, spoken word, and live art honoring the influence of gospel music and its origins on creative members of our community. 6 pm doors; 6:30 concert. An opening reception for visual artist Ceasar Westbook’s exhibit “Jam Session” takes place in the Regitz Gallery from 6 – 8 pm. Free and open to the public.