Christina Heintzelman-Jones of Gallery Blu to Hold One-Day Show, “Visions from Peru”

Gallery Blue, Harrisburg, Pa

Christina Heintzelman-Jones, co-owner and curator of Gallery Blu in Harrisburg, PA will exhibit a one-woman, one-day show in El Serrano Restaurant’s courtyard at 2151 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, PA on Saturday, July 24th from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm. Her show, entitled “Visions from Peru”, showcases Christina’s photography from an extensive hiking tour through the Sacred Valley, […]

Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show

Artsfest PA

Some liken it to “Brigadoon,” the mythical town that reawakens once every hundred years. But in Mount Gretna, it is an annual miracle. Every year, during the third weekend of August, this community of some 700 homes and cottages suddenly springs to life, welcoming 285 artists chosen through juried competition and 20,000 visitors who—by their […]

ART RECEPTION – Gene Suchma and Michael Bricker

Join us on Friday, September 24th for an opening reception at Gallery at Second.  HARRISBURG: Gallery at Second, a new art gallery at 608 North Second St., in Harrisburg, scheduled next exhibition. See the individual exhibitions of Gene Suchma and Michael Bricker. Enjoy the diverse mix of artwork in our “Upstairs Gallery.” Meet and greet the […]

Rt15 ByWay of the Arts Exhibit at Landis House

Artisan Trail

June 11 through August 20: Rt15 ByWay of the Arts Exhibit at Landis House.
Opening night reception Friday, June 11 from 6-9 p.m. with live demos from Rt15 artists, as well as good food, wine, and music. You can also enter for a chance to win a Rt15-themed Gift Basket! Exhibit will be on display until Friday, August 20, and hours are Wednesdays and Fridays from 1-5 p.m. This exhibit will highlight the creative culture of PA that is abundant along Rt15, with work from ByWay artists and information about our member destinations.

Agricultural Arts – Gettysburg Festival

Gettysburg-Festival-Culinar

Pennsylvania’s agricultural bounty is the star… at Gettysburg Festival’s ten masterfully-engineered culinary events, as designed by former White House Chef Walter Scheib.  Gettysburg Festival is the only major arts festival in Pennsylvania, let alone the mid-Atlantic region, to present culinary arts events side-by-side alongside music, theater and visual art events.

The Festival enjoys a partnership with PA Preferred, the State Agriculture Department’s label for locally sourced, Pennsylvania products.  And all ten Festival culinary events embrace a farm-to-table philosophy, emphasizing the many benefits of purchasing seasonally available products and supporting local farmers.

Pam Cummings Pottery-Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen

Pam Cummings

Locally recognized potter Pam Cummings works in her woodland studio a stone’s throw from the Susquehanna river. Inspired by her surroundings, she designs and produces functional pottery for food and flowers. Ikebana vessels are a specialty, as are domestic table wares. Pam likes knowing that the pots she makes end up in someone else’s hands, […]

Iconographer Jody Cole

Jody Cole

Jody Cole a Boiling Springs – based iconographer has discovered a way of marrying her spiritual journey with her artistic talent.  She has been painting since 1980, and is a graduate of King’s College Wilkes-Barre, Pa. with a BA in Theater and Art. Jody has studied with iconographers, Vladislov Andreyev, Alexander Rosenkreuz, Peter Pearson, Valentin […]

Rt15 ByWay of the Arts Exhibit

Perry County Arts

The Perry County Council of the Arts is pleased to announce the inaugural Rt15 ByWay of the Arts Exhibit from June 11 through August 20, 2010 at Landis House, Newport. The public is invited to attend an opening reception on Friday, June 11 from 6-9 p.m., which will include live demonstrations from Rt15 artists, refreshments provided by Espresso Yourself Café, wine from Hunters Valley Winery and live musical entertainment by Jonathan Frazier. Visitors can also enter for a chance to win a Rt15 ByWay Gift Basket! The PCCA Gallery will also be open during the evening and is located in Newport’s square.