October 6, 2017 Annex 24 Gallery 24 West Walnut Street 5 – 9 pm It’s ArtWalk Weekend and the opening of our October exhibit. Featuring the serene works of local Amish painter Linda Stolzfus, to the contemporary scenes from big city life by Jenna Johnson, to a new jazz music inspired series of paintings by local artist Stewart Bradley. October is abuzz with activities, never before seen works, and the chill of the coming fall. Our multi-artist exhibit opens Friday October 6th from 6-9 pm in our main gallery. Be sure to stop in our event space all weekend long for our pop-up vendor market, opening First Friday from 6-9 pm and closing Sunday October 8th at 3 pm. Christiane David Gallery 112 North Prince Street 5 – 9 pm Christiane is known for her vibrant, colorful perspective each canvas exhibits. CityFolk Gallery 146 North Prince Street 5 – 9 pm City Hall Gallery 120 North Duke Street 5 – 8:30 pm Join us for the opening of Whimsy, a series of playful ink on paper drawings by Angie Hohenadel. Angie is a local artist and full-time high school art teacher who resides and makes work in Lancaster City. As an artist and teacher Angie regularly works on the balance of public and private, extrovert and introvert, instructor and maker: all cyclically informing one another. In addition to making and teaching art Angie loves hiking, gardening, swimming, groundhogs, cooking, blankets, gummies, patterns, naps, travelling, vegetables, tiny things, yoga, her friends, her family, her dog Poncho, and her artist-husband Jeremy. You can find more of her work at her website www.angiehohenadel.com. Community Room on King 106 West King Street 6 – 9 pm Join us on October 6 for our October First Friday Art show entitled Layers. “Layers” is a colorful exhibit of mixed media art by Lisa Stuckey and fabric batik art by Jen Aument. This show depicts the variety of layers in our lives: layers of intention that call us to create, layers of art mediums in which we work, and layers of purposeful relationships that bring us together. Lisa Stuckey is a mixed media artist and instructor. She is a former high school art teacher, and currently teaches workshops and art classes out of her home studio. Lisa received her BAE from Mansfield University and earned her MAE from Millersville University. Inspired by life experiences, her colorful artwork contains layers of various media and techniques involving mono prints, collage, acrylics, gelato sticks, graphite, and inks. Lisa lives and creates along the farmland of Lancaster County with her husband, son, daughter, and two playful dogs. She wishes to inspire the creative spirit in others, and believes everyone is an artist who has something powerful to share with the world. Jen Aument is a batik artist, and has always loved the Arts. Despite a few classes in High School, she is self taught. She has dabbled in all kinds of media. At one point, she had a small mural business and the opportunity to paint and create on a variety of surfaces. Her love for animals and color is what inspires most of her work. Batik art is a method of producing colored designs on textiles by layers of dyeing and color blocking with wax. Every batik is a lesson and a way for her to escape and be creative along the way. She loves bringing emotion to her work and hopes you enjoy it as much as she does. Invite some friends, and join us for Layers. Demuth Museum 120 East King Street 5 – 9 pm Explore the work of Robert E. Locher. Throughout his life he was a renowned interior designer, fashion illustrator, and costume and stage designer. Freiman Stoltzfus Gallery 142 North Prince Street 5 – 9 pm His interests including music, the four seasons, and architecture inspire the multi-media work from this Lancaster native. Friendship Heart Gallery 118 North Water Street 5 – 9 pm Join us for October First Friday as we kick off ArtWalk weekend! Enjoy the colors of Fall on our gallery walls with the show, “Farmhouse in Autumn.” The Gallery of Modern Masters 28 Penn Square 6 – 9 pm The Gallery of Modern Masters: Lancaster, opening at 28 Penn Square in downtown Lancaster, will hold its first First Friday event on October 6. Stop by our convenient downtown location to enjoy light refreshments, check out our gallery, peruse our art, and see in-person demonstrations from acclaimed contemporary artist, Robert Ichter. Lancaster Art Studios 411 West King Street 5 – 11 pm THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT: 35 original drawings by Rob Sheley of classic Hollywood movie monsters. Garret Price will be manning the turntables for Bring-your-own-Vinyl all night. Horror theme. Simply hand him your favorite record to spin or jump on the mixer yourself! Light fare and refreshments will be served. Lancaster Dental Arts, P.C. 60 West Walnut Street 5 – 9 pm Our featured artists Danielle Gross and Victoria Schiding will be showcasing work that celebrates women in and out of the workforce, the art will channel the notion that females can be fiercely feminine no matter what hat we wear! Music will be provided by Ev Heard and light refreshment will be courtesy of Baldwin’s Dirty Little People Art Gallery. Lancaster Galleries 34 North Water Street 5 – 9 pm Solo exhibit featuring Wissler: Sky and Light. Lancaster Museum Of Art 135 North Lime Street 5 – 9 pm Warren Rohrer: Painter of the Fields. Liz Hess Gallery 140 North Prince Street 5 – 9 pm Original and printed works of artist Liz Hess. Mio Studio 154 North Prince Street 5 – 9 pm Handmade, one-of-a-kind jewelry and fine art, and photography featuring The Urban Social Blend. Mulberry Art Studios 21 North Mulberry Street 5 – 9 pm Friends and fans of the late Jeff Kromer, a local artist known for creating artwork that was a fusion between abstract figurative and surrealism, who come out to see his brother Mark’s exhibition at Mulberry Art Studios this October, will be treated to three pieces of Jeff’s work from Mark’s personal collection. The pieces are done in graphite, the same media in which Mark currently works, and date back to the 90s. These pieces “have had a definite influence on me” says Mark. “It’s only three, but the most important to me.” The nod from one brother to another is especially meaningful within the setting of this particular art exhibit, as it will be hanging on the walls as Mark gets married in the gallery this October. Mark Kromer’s exhibit, Portraits in Solitude, will open with a First Friday Reception from 5pm-9pm on October 6, and will remain on display throughout the month of October. Jeff Kromer’s three graphite drawings will be exhibited alongside this collection. Jeff Kromer graduated with a BFA in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design and acquired teacher certification from Millersville University. His work belongs in numerous collections and has been exhibited in the United States and Europe. Jeff Kromer showed his work at Mulberry Art Studios multiple times and was always well received. He passed away in October 2014 at the age of 45. Mulberry Art Studios is located in historic downtown Lancaster at 12-21 North Mulberry Street, and holds regular gallery hours on weekdays from 10am until 4pm. For more information and to preview the artwork, please visit www.mulberryartstudios.com. North Museum of Nature and Science 400 College Avenue 5 – 8 pm Join us for an Artists’ reception featuring original works in our STEAM Art Gallery. Enjoy light refreshments and meet featured artists. The entire museum will be open, including the SciDome, where you can view open house demonstrations, and our Live Animal Room. Admission is $5 after 5 pm. Red Raven Art Company 138 North Prince Street 5 – 8 pm Featured Artists: Michael Scotko Pastels and Ken Karlic Watercolors Highlight Artist: Dave Krantz Emerging Artist: Jonathan Murray, CX Carlson Summer Residency Winner REology Studio 315 West James Street, Suite 105 5:30 – 8:30 pm Make it Your First Stop this First Friday! Live Music – Subaltern Project – Hannah Bingman Beer Tasting – Provided by St. Boniface Brewery Munchies to Eat – Yum! Mulberry Mural Unveiling – Design and work by Rachel Cross Bind Your Own Book – Up to three books for $5 – Bring your own cards to bind! *Enter Parking Lot off of Mulberry Street Saint James Episcopal Church Corner of Duke and Orange Streets 9 – 9:30 pm This ancient monastic service of compline consists of prayers sung and chanted by candlelight by a small ensemble at 9 pm every First Friday. All are welcome, regardless of what you believe or whether you believe at all. The singers are professional and advanced amateurs drawn from the city and surrounding region. The ancient and contemplative mood of this service appeals to a broad cross-section of people. Because the entire service is sung by the ensemble, it allows the listener to bask in the darkness and stillness, awash in ancient music in a glorious acoustic. Viktor Yeliohin International Ballet Academy 214 West Grant Street 6 – 8 pm Dancers will be rehearsing in full costume for the upcoming performance of The Nutcracker Ballet, which will be performed with the Donetsk Ballet Company of Ukraine in December. Tickets for this production will be available along with information about dance classes that are offered at the studio ballet. Refreshments will be available.