Reception Friday, August 10, 6:30 pm
Lindsey creates figurative paintings featuring personal narratives. Hampson creates unique ceramic pieces featuring understated pattern.
In the Upper Gallery: One World, Many Faces: photos from the travels of Mike and Sherry Knowlton.
Reception Friday, February 9, 6:30 pm
Calling all members! The much anticipated member exhibit celebrates CALC’s 25th Anniversary year for 2018! Join our member artists at the reception! Prizes awarded.
Best in Show (any media):
Donna Berk Barlup, 3 Balloons, Watercolor
Drawing and Painting:
Mary Hochendoner, Untitled (Sash on ground), oil on panel
Andrea Jacobsen, Letort Trail Fantasy, pen/ink/paint/marker
3-D and Mixed Media:
John Guarnera, Pit Fired Construction, Earthenware
Jesse Marpoe, Self Portrait Captured, Hand-pulled print with plate
George Rhyne, Three Dancers, digital photo
Lori Snyder, Paps The Silver Fox, Photo
Honorable Mention (s) to denote any noteworthy piece(s)....
Linda Benzon, Emergence, phot on metal
Lori Snyder, Nod to the Silver Screen
Fran Piper, Silver Frost, Acrylic mandala painting
Joan S. Wolf, Silver Pitcher, Watercolor
ZeeLinda, Battenburg Lace in Winter
Rebecca Myers, Molly, 1949, Acrylic
Dennis Akin, Picnic, silverpoint on gesso panel
Barbara DeUgarte, despair, acrylic
Bill Kramer, Droid, free standing mobile
Opening Friday, October13, 6:30 pm
Artists Howard Batchelor, Robert Cavenagh, Jonathon Frazier, Patricia Walach Keough, Michael Lahr, Susan Nichols, Kimberly Stone & Leon Yost present a varied and thoughtful perspective on the capacity of architectural forms to enliven one’s experience of their environment. This exhibit includes the upstairs gallery.
Reception Friday September 8, 6:30 pm
Correal, a native of Spain, shares impressions of landscapes from around the world complemented by Wolf’s colorful abstract monotypes.
In the Upper Gallery:
Ken Schwartzman, photography, and Joan Schwartzman, painting: The American West, Two Views.
Reception, Friday, August 4, 6:30
Kirsten Olson, ceramicist, and Carol Reed, textile artist works are grounded in connectedness, space and memory in contemporary times. They utilize natural and recycled materials in new and unusual ways.
In the Upper Gallery:
Capturing Nature: A collection of works by members of the Susquehanna Valley Plein Air Painters
Reception, Friday, May 19, 6:30 pm
Watercolors by Kreiger and photos by Macaluso share an eye for the wonder of nature and its connection to the human spirit.
Upper Gallery: Finding Home: Figurative and expressionistic paintings by Arlyn Pettingell.
In the Upper Gallery
This exhibition is comprised of works created through techniques involving hand-building and wheel throwing, as well as a range of surface treatments. The content and subject matter of the projects areas unique and individual as each maker.
Reception: Friday May 5th, 2017 from 5:00-8:00 pm
Students will be on hand to discuss their works and answer questions.
Linda Young, watercolors, and Teri Oja, thread paintings, use their mediums to explore the richness and vitality of our land. Opening Reception Friday, April 21st at 6:30 p.m.
In the Upper Gallery: Calc Teaching Artist Exhibit – a variety of works showcasing our talented class instructors.
Opening Reception Friday, January 13, 6:30 pm
This exclusive CALC juried exhibit will feature 50 works of various media from around the country celebrating the use of text as a design element or the use of texture or textile materials within the work. Prizes will be awarded.
Harrisburg Camera Club will be exhibiting in the Upstairs Gallery.
Holiday Open House: Sunday, November 27th from Noon to 4:00 pm
Shop CALC’s boutique of local, hand-made, artisan designed and original art! Local scenes, one-of-a-kind ceramics, handcrafted silver and beaded jewelry, ornaments and painted whimsies, photography and more. Support your local makers – you will be giving twice!
Kurt Brantner will hold his annual Open House in the Upper Gallery November 26th, 27th and December 3rd.
Music, Refreshments and FREE gift wrapping!
Also, celebrate the season with our Gingerbread Mania events, lectures, contests and classes.
Opening Reception Friday, October 14, 6:30 pm
A selection of Akin’s work includes many new paintings exploring timeless human narratives as well as accompanying drawings and figure studies.
Join Akin for an artist talk Tuesday, Nov. 1, 7:00 pm in the upstairs gallery to learn more about his process – a series of steps which enrich the experience of looking at and thinking about his work.
Opening Reception Friday, August 5, 6:30 pm
2 artists working in pastel, oil paint, cut paper, and watercolor celebrate their visual diversity.
In the Upper Gallery: Foodies! CALC Members share their take on culinary, café, and cuisine inspired art!
Opening Reception Friday, May 20, 6:30 pm
Two artists, one an oil painter and the other a watercolorist, capture the people and places of France.
In the Upper Gallery: Nicole Dube, Photographer, The Miranda Portraits: Lost and Found
The items in a lost and found are just items of found property; it is the owner who is lost. A lost and found is actually home to the implied missing persons. But since those persons have gone missing, the imagination is free to spin out its own narrative based on a single object.
The London Underground’s Lost Property Office has a permanent staff to transport and sort some 600 items a day. Among their most unusual finds are false teeth, a lawn mower, a Chinese typewriter, a theatrical coffin, a jar of bull’s sperm and an urn of ashes.
New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority publishes an inventory of lost property which it updates hourly. As of 3pm on July 28, 2014, the inventory contained 168,478 items, which included sixty-eight board games, nineteen death certificates, twenty-three saxaphones and two air-conditioners. In 2013, just 42% of the missing owners were located.
Whether we consider the photograph or the object, the matter at hand is that of human traces and relics. When displayed (or viewed) in the right light, these things become evidence for a whole life and a springboard from which the imagination can take a great leap
Opening Reception Friday, April 15, 6:30
New work from Rankin explores the universal and sensory appeal of water.
In the Upper Gallery: Members’ Call for Art: Living Local!
The G. B. Stuart Gallery at CALC will be transformed into an artists' marketplace featuring local fine arts and crafts. Shoppers will find a variety of jewelry, functional ceramics, photography, paintings, cards, tags,ornaments and small scale works perfect for hostess or teacher gifts. Scenes of local interest are featured.
CALC will be open for Shop Small Saturday, November 28 from 10 - 5 p.m. with refreshments and free gift wrapping. There will be a Holiday Open House on Sunday, November 29 from 12 - 4 p.m. with refreshments, free gift wrapping, and music by local guitarist Dan Dropkin.
Art for the Holidays hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10 - 5. Sunday, November 29, 12 - 4.
Member artist, potter Kurt Brantner will hold his annual Holiday Sale in the CALC second floor gallery November 28, 29 and December 5. Meet Kurt and hear about his creative techniques.
Opening Reception, Sunday, September 27, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
The Society's annual juried exhibit draws entries from national and international artists. The show will be an excellent opportunity to view the absolute best in current water media works. Prizes will be awarded at the reception.
Saturday, October 3rd from 1-3 p.m. Karen Fratalli will lead a hands on Watercolor Workshop for teens and adults. There is a $5 material fee for this workshop.
Saturday, October 10th from 1-3 p.m. free water color demonstration by Mick McAndrews, a signature member of the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society.
Opening Reception, Friday, July 31, 6:30 p.m.
The Evans Group is a cadre of experienced photographers dedicatied to exploring photography as an art form. It is named to honor Margaret Evans (1947-2014).
An interactive exhibit where art meets science, conservation and education. Take a journey with us to Mount Desert Island, off the coast of Maine. Meet some of the locals: the lobster, the harbor seal, the sea urchin, and the sea star. Take a closer look to see what's happening with our oceans, and what one person can do to help keep our oceans clean. Cast a whimsical eye toward up-cycled sea creatures, learn about the tools of the trade "downeast," and try your hand at helping to create a masterpiece, crafted right here at CALC. Learn about Friends of Acadia, and perhaps think about planning your own journey to the ocean, or sea. It's all about you, me and the sea. Sustain-A-Sea.
"People protect what they love." Jacques Yves Cousteau
The artists will lead a hands on event for all ages on Saturday June 27th at 1 p.m.
Opening Reception, Friday, June 5, 6:30 p.m.
A ceramic artist, a pastel painter and an oil painter share the inspiration they find in nature and our everyday surroundings.
Opening Reception Friday, April 24, 6:30 p.m.
Seidel, from Montgomery County, PA, is a graduate of Dickinson College, a teacher and an award winning artist. His large, kaleidoscopic compositions of simple modern household products invites us to see and notice.