The holiday season comes early in the Christmas City. We are excited to welcome you to the 2019 Holiday Show! This show will run from October 18 – January 11 and will include festive displays, holiday cheer, and amazing pieces of art created by our various featured and house artists.
Help us kick off our Holiday show by joining us for our Opening Reception on October 18 from 6 PM – 9 PM. Meet and mingle with the artists while enjoying some light refreshments and fare. You can learn more about our Opening Reception event here.
We’re in no rush to say goodbye to this awesome show, but for the sake of planning, our show’s Closing Reception will be held on Saturday, January 11 from 6 PM – 9 PM. More details on this farewell event will be available at a later date.
From contests to other events happening around the area, there is a lot that will be going on in the next three months. Enjoy various contests and events happening in and around the Gallery, and be sure to keep up to date by reading our monthly events.
The 2019 Holiday Show will run during regular gallery hours. As always, all art will be available for purchase at the gallery or through our online store. We can’t wait to see you at the gallery!
* Artist will also be featured at InVision Photo Festival
** Artist will also be featured at Cocktails & Collecting
*** Artist will be emceeing at Cocktails & Collecting
Lynn Beedle works almost exclusively outdoors believing immediacy, like nothing else, reveals sun and shadow while both move across a landscape or illuminate the street. Explore his work during the 2019 Holiday Show.
Matthew Blum enjoys exploring various historical photo processes and printing. Along with that, he enjoys utilizing modern technology to push upon previous limits.
Roy Gruver specializes in kiln-formed glass and is one of the founders and a resident artist at the R&R Glass Studio in Bethlehem, PA. View his work during the 2019 Holiday Show.
Bob Hakun's work looks to piece together old, broken down materials to tell a story or convey a message greater than the individual items would project separately.
Lauren enjoys creating work that represents movement and light, especially the distortion of light and reflection.