Self Portrait by David Brumbach

Lancaster Galleries

April 7th

5–9 PM unless otherwise noted

Annex 24 Gallery
24 West Walnut Street
5-8 PM
Join Annex 24 Gallery for our RELAUNCH WEEKEND. Stop by April 7th from 5-8pm for live music by DJ Chris Perry, wine tasting courtesy of Direct Cellars, door prizes and raffle, Improv Comedy performances, and a meet-and-greet with our talented artists. If you’re in the mood for something sweet, visit our guest food truck Dia Doce, winner of Food Network’s Cup Cake Wars.

CityFolk Gallery
146 North Prince Street
My paintings, and now soft sculptures, bring out the magical wonder of the humble rooster and rabbit. The rooster/chicken has always been my spirit animal. I love the colors, textures, and glorious strength of such a common bird. But is it such a common bird? They feed us with their eggs and meat, decorate us with their beautiful feathers, and are used as a religious spirit throughout the world. They are clever and brave, fast and strong. Their colors, pattern, and textures show brilliance and shine that I love to try and repeat in my painting. The rabbit with its clever and curious nature coincides with my love of a mix of contemporary and folk art. I love to exaggerate its ears and to paint them with patterns. The rooster and rabbit are both magical and beautiful. My love of animals can be seen in my painting, soft sculptures, and in my pillow collection as co-owner and co-designer of Eric and Christopher: pillows, totes, wall art, tea towels, aprons and more all hand-made in Bucks County, PA and sold in over 600 stores internationally.

Community Room on King
106 West King Street
6-9 PM
Join us for our April First Friday Art Show (April 7) entitled Family Art Show featuring art by the Bonner Family. Three generations allow their creative outlets to be shown together for the first time. A gallery show seeking to inspire, cultivate creativity, and bring the community together through the arts. The night will include a chance to engage the art, engage the artists, food and drinks and more….

Freiman Stoltzfus Gallery
142 North Prince Street
Freiman studied at The National Academy and Arts Students League, both in New York City. He is proficient in a variety of media, including oil and acrylic paint, pastel, drawing, watercolor, printmaking, photography, collage, and sculpture. His work is inspired by personal interests, including music, the four seasons, poetry, Amish quilts, Gothic architecture, and geometry.

Friendship Heart Gallery
118 North Water Street
A literature themed exhibit entitled ‘In the Bookshop’ will feature pieces that encompass literary themes or titles. Also featuring David Gipe from ‘Something to Crow About’ who will combine crows and literary themes in his art pieces.

Fruition Collective
24 West Walnut Street
*Open from 5-2 am
Local Artisan Flea Market hosted by Adam Serrano 5-8 Come meet and greet 25 vendors every First Friday at Fruition Collective. At 9 it becomes a comedy club hosted by Rubi Nicholas. 9-10 – Cover charge. Then at 10 it becomes a dance party. 10-2 – cover charge

Gallery On Market
15 West King Street
Enjoy the ‘Celebrate Winter’ series with a variety of painted bowls, plates and panels with a winter theme.

Hammel Associates Architects
25 East Grant Street
*Open 5- 8:30 PM
Two new Architecture series models will be available to build – New York City and Berlin. Guests can also take on our other Architectural, Mixels, Technic, Friends, City and Creator series models, or go freestyle with more than 40,000 bricks, plates and specialty pieces. Children are welcome.

Lancaster Galleries
34 North Water Street
*Open from 5-8:30 pm
Featuring artists Patricia Bailey, Catherine Drabkin, Ying Li, Ro Lohin, Janice Nowinski, and Paula Stark.

Lancaster Museum Of Art
135 North Lime Street
*Open from 5-8 pm
‘Recent Works’ Revisited: The Collection of Timothy B. Stauffer will feature glass, prints and paintings from more than 15 artists including C.X. Carlson and Luigi Rist.

Liz Hess Gallery
140 North Prince Street
Get a first look at brand new paintings in Liz’s popular Coffeehouse Collection. She will have several new 6”x 6” canvases available.

Lego Building Party XLVII
25 East Grant Street
Come build with Architectural, Mixels, Technic, Friends, City and Creator series models, or go freestyle with more than 40,000 bricks, plates and specialty pieces. New this month are the Amusement Park Bumper Cars and Amusement Park Arcade Friends models! Children are welcome.

Mio Studio
154 North Prince Street
The studio will feature their colorful kinetic bird mobiles that can be displayed any where from living room to nursery room. The birds all come in different colors, and local sustainable Walnut wood as well as exotic woods.  Each bird has been sanded, painted and carved by hand.

Mulberry Art Studios
19-21 North Mulberry Street
“And so it began beyond the Birch Trees” presented by Bernadette Cachuela. Cachuela, an Illustration artist from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania expresses her artistic talent with drawings and acrylic paints by creating skeleton characters in strange places.

Pennsylvania College of Art and Design
204 North Prince Street
5-8 pm
China Blue’s work is inspired by how our world is built from our sensations and perceptions. Her art works enhance the audience’s perceived world through her experimentation into brain wave monitoring and bioacoustics.

Red Raven Art Company
138 North Prince Street
5-8 pm
Art Harrington is bringing in a new show entitled, “Back to the Future” and Eric Diehl is focusing on a show called, “Death Vegas Valley”. Art is an owner here at Red Raven and is known for his contemporary Farmscapes. Eric started here at Red Raven as an emerging artist, and has recently graduated with his masters from VCU. We are excited to see what he has been working on.