Experience Local PA Art In Our Incredible Gallery
Lancaster Arts Hotel Art
“Art to me is about discovery….I encourage [my students] to not get 'precious' with their work, [to] be ready to always risk it for something new. Once we get too precious, then we stop growing the work. It is a metaphor for life.”
- Susan J. Gottlieb, Lancaster artist
Explore the creative fruits of Lancaster in the hotel's first floor art gallery. Lancaster, Pennsylvania is home to a host of creative talent and our art gallery is proud to promote their fine work. Director, Lisa Clemens provides a passport to inspiration with a selection of both historic and contemporary works by Lancaster artists. The brick-lined streets of our eclectic little city and the rolling farmland surrounding it have inspired artists such as Charles Demuth, Blanche Nevin, Jacob Eichholtz, and David Brumbach, to name a few. The Arts Hotel is proud to display over $300,000 dollars’ worth of fine art throughout and on its historic walls. Enjoy a visit to our renowned art gallery and experience some of Lancaster, Pennsylvania's finest talent.All art in the hotel is available for purchase.
For information on exhibiting your art at our hotel, please contact Lisa Clemens at (717) 203-0131 or Lisa@LyndenGallery.com.
THE LANCASTER ARTS HOTEL GALLERY is open daily, and is a popular space for Board Meetings and Cocktail Parties. It is suggested you call the Hotel prior to your visit if you are making a special trip to be sure the Gallery is not occupied at 717.299.3000. The Arts Hotel Gallery endeavors to expose the work of established Artists to a broader audience and promote the rich fabric of the Arts in Lancaster County.
Currently on Exhibit
In the Gallery
“Original Art, For Sale Again”
On display now through January 2014, at the Lancaster Arts Hotel, “Original Art, For Sale Again”, featuring selected artwork from the Lancaster Art Collectors, purveyors of fine secondary art.
Visitors to the gallery can expect to see works by some of Lancaster’s most notable artists: David Brumbach, Mark Workman, Claire Giblin, Marlin Bert, Frieman Stoltzfus, Susan Gottleib, Jeff Geib and more. The Lancaster Art Collectors will refresh the show with “new” artwork in early November and December so that guests will have the opportunity to see additional works by Lancaster artists.
Contact the Lancaster Art Collectors at 717.517.7074 if you are looking for a specific painting – style, subject matter, color, price or artist. And visit their website, www.lancasterartcollectors.com, to see their entire and ever changing inventory.
Visit this exhibit for First Friday December 6th.
For more info on Artist Receptions, Art Submissions, and Purchasing, go to www.artshotelgallery.com
In the Blanche Nevin Room
Exhibit: "Looking Back"
ORIGINALLY A STUDY OF STILL-LIFE, “Looking Back” was meant to be an experiment with painting antique pieces and blending modern elements into old-style settings. The concept of the show was spurred by a preliminary painting of a pair of roller skates that Peachey had as a child. At first, she was interested in trying to satisfy her desire to place painted figures in less-contemporary places while incorporating modern objects such as cell phones and iPods. This “push-and-pull” type of work, as she describes it, eventually became bothersome; she found, through this process of adventurous integration, that she felt very uncomfortable attempting to assimilate such modern objects into such retrospective and nostalgic paintings. As a result, Peachey decided to give in to her innate love of antique objects and themes and base her new collection on these. “It’s funny how it starts in one place and then ends up in a different place,” she says. Accordingly, the pieces in the new exhibition feature outdated clothing items, Coke in traditional-style glass bottles, an old tricycle, and many others in “timeless” settings like restaurants and diners.
In John J. Jeffries Restaurant
Walter, a self-taught abstract artist, originally from North Carolina, explores the relationships between often surprising color use mixed with the interplay of the geometric forms. The uncluttered result can transport the viewers to a fond memory, a favorite place or an inspiring mood.