September 1, 2017

CityFolk Gallery
146 North Prince Street
5 – 9 PM
David Sivah will be flying in from his home in Baja, California, Mexico for his Second Annual September Feature Exhibit, “Diversification”. He will be bringing his favorite subjects, including his famous paintings of Don Quixote in all his wonderment. Susan Bailey joins us for her first Highlight Exhibit, with “City Mouse | Folk Mouse: A Lancaster Story”. Upon learning of the CityFolk Gallery mascot, or rather mousecot, Susan created an ‘ode to the CityMouse and FolkMouse and a sampling of their daily antics. Our First ‘Open Call for Photography’ kicks off with “Storytellers: an all Photography Exhibit”. This was an Open Call for all ages, from amateur to professional and is a Group Exhibit. This will be the first of a monthly series dedicated to the art of Photography,

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
10 AM – 8:30 PM
Exhibition of woodcut prints and other artworks by Gene Shaw

Mulberry Art Studios
21 North Mulberry Street
5 – 9 PM
Richard Babusci: What Remains Richard Babusci’s What Remains, a collection of oil and acrylic on canvas paintings that depict people disassembling into abstract fragments, will be on exhibit at Mulberry Art Studios this September. A First Friday Opening Reception will be held on September 1 from 5pm until 9pm, and the work will remain on display for the entirety of the month. Richard Babusci is an artist based in central Pennsylvania. Over the past decade, he has exhibited in Arizona, as well as various galleries in the Mid-Atlantic United States. He holds a BFA from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. He enjoys travelling and his experiences around the world have influenced his artistic style, as have his interests in philosophy, art history, classic literature and nature. Babusci traces the inspiration for What Remains back to Camera Lucida by Roland Barthes. He notes that various intersecting national conversations about identity as it relates to gender and sexual preference have certainly influenced his work, as well. He also finds inspiration within social media, the sometimes blurred lines between public and private personas, as well as things like cosplay, and Second Life which add further nuance to the identity landscape. For more information, and to preview the art of What Remains, please visit

Salon Posh
250 West Orange Street
10 Am – 7 PM
Salon posh is celebrating First Friday with a blowouts & bubbly event featuring a pop-up show by Kristin Lee Design’s, hand painted art-to-wear! Treat yourself to champagne & pastries while you enjoy your $25 blowout special! Call to reserve your blowout spot 717-947-7188