Saturday, May 4 • 10 - 5 pM
Sunday, May 5 • 12 - 4 pM

A Weekend of Artistic Magic!

Join us for a captivating journey through the vibrant world of art during Spring Lancaster ARTWalk on the weekend of MAY 4 and 5!   Nestled in the heart of Lancaster, PA, this annual event is a celebration of creativity, culture, and community. Stroll along the picturesque streets and immerse yourself in a kaleidoscope of artistic expressions, from contemporary masterpieces to traditional craftsmanship. With a rich tapestry of galleries, studios, and open-air exhibits, there’s something to ignite the passion of every art enthusiast. Engage with local artists, witness live demonstrations, and discover the stories behind each stroke of genius. Whether you’re an art connoisseur or simply curious, the 2024 Spring Lancaster ARTWalk promises an unforgettable weekend of inspiration and discovery. Mark your calendars and be a part of this artistic extravaganza that transforms Lancaster into a canvas of creativity.


Spring Art Walk Map

Spring Art Walk Stops

Selections from the Collection: Reflections of Lancaster

The people, places, and things that make up Lancaster’s rich culture and heritage are highlighted through this special exhibit of 35+ works from the Lancaster Museum of Art’s permanent collection. The paintings, photographs, and drawings featured examine the past and present agriculture, architecture, and community of our County.

Stay Alive / Make Art / Lancaster

Featuring the artwork of Berks County native Amos Lemon Burkhart, Stay Alive / Make Art is an interactive traveling exhibition that addresses adolescent mental health issues. Lemon Burkhart was a young artist who died as a result of drugs and alcohol in 2018. His multilayered, neon-colored works, dense with images and words paint a picture of his turbulent inner life.

135 N Lime St, Lancaster, PA 17602

(717) 394-3497

Artisan Market

Come shop local Artisans, Artists and Crafters as they set up outside under our eaves for two days of
vendor markets.

Saturday 10AM-4PM. Sunday 11AM-4PM.

Live Painting with Christiane David

LAV Resident Artist, Christiane David, will be hosting a live demonstration outside of Lancaster Art Vault.
Come visit with Christiane while she creates a beautiful oil painting.

Saturday 10:30-12:00

Fiber with Fisher

Visitors viewing Carla J. Fisher’s work are surprised and delighted when they realize the sculpture they
are seeing is simply thread. It’s a reminder and the confirmation that one little strand—or person—truly
can do seemingly impossible things when challenged to do so. Come meet Carla and learn about her
process of creating sculpture through thread. Carla’s work has been exhibited in five countries and
throughout the United States, and she was recently named one of the Top International Artists to Watch
by Art Tour International Magazine.

Saturday 12PM

Insect Zodiacs with Brad Maurer

There’s a new Zodiac in town. Are you tired of being a Capricorn or a Taurus? Find out what your Insect
sign is….are you a Butterfly? Maybe a Cricket? All the Insect Signs come with their own set of traits-
come and find yours!
Stop by anytime.

Saturday 1-3PM

Collaborative Community Painting

Christiane David will lead visitors through an interactive experience where visitors of all ages can add
their personal touch to a painting to be displayed at Lancaster Art Vault.

Stop by anytime Sunday 12PM-3PM

Giclees with Gabby

Interested in learning more about the printing process including the difference between a Giclee Print
and other forms of printing? Join artist and printmaker Gabrielle Shelley as she walks visitors through
the printing process, the different types of prints and what makes a print a fine art print.

Saturday 4PM

Art Supply Sale

Brushes, papers, frames, paint…Lancaster Art Vault will have items for sale for those artists looking to
pick up a few art items.

Saturday 10AM-5PM. Sunday 11AM-4PM.

100 N Queen St, Lancaster, PA 17601

(717) 405-1010


Art Market 

Join us at AnnAnna Creative Cove for our Artwalk & Spring Art Market on Saturday May 4th 10am-5pm & Sunday May 5th 11am-4pm. Two days of artists, makers, and more! Pop-up vendors will be set up outside AnnAnna Creative Cove & 45+ vendors inside The Cove! This market is FREE to attend. Come out for a fun weekend & a chance to support local businesses and artists!

Bracelet Making Bar

Come create your own bracelet! $15 a ticket and make TWO bracelets!

Art Scavenger Hunt

Find all the hidden items in AnnAnna Creative Cove. Find them all and be entered to win our raffle basket!


50 N Queen St, Lancaster, PA 17603

(570) 209-5982


Artist Q&A: Meet local international nature artist Melissa S Zane at AnnAnna Creative Cove on Saturday, May 4th.

Visit AnnAnna Creative Cove to see local international nature artist Melissa S Zane’s gallery of fine art paintings. You can also purchase Melissa’s acrylic-on-canvas paintings, silk scarves, artist tote bags, and greeting cards. Speak with Melissa on Saturday, May 4 about commissioning art or contact her directly anytime to commission her.

50 N Queen St, Lancaster, PA 17603

(570) 209-5982



Open Studios

The five artists who have studios at Third Story will have their studios open for visitors during Art Walk.

44 N Christian St, Ste 300, Lancaster, PA 17602

(717) 945-6933 

Demuth Museum Experience

A master watercolorist and pioneer of the Precisionist style, Charles Demuth (1883-1935) was an early American Modern artist and a native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The Demuth Museum, located in his former home and studio, has recently reopened with new exhibits featuring the life, artwork, and legacy of Charles Demuth!

Demuth Student Salon

The Demuth Student Salon features student artworks from local schools and the Demuth School of Art program which teaches these aspiring artists about Charles Demuth’s pioneering artwork and life in Lancaster. View pieces inspired by Demuth’s Precisionism, Poster Portraits, watercolors, and more!

120 E King St, Lancaster, PA 17602

(717) 299-9940

Artist Demonstration

Cindy will be demonstrating her techniques of fine folk art painting throughout the day Saturday and Sunday.

Pottery Throwing Demo

Leah of Goldfinch Pottery will be demonstrating with her pottery wheel throughout both days.

Guest Potter & Exhibition

Goldfinch Pottery will be hosted by Gallery on Market starting First Friday of May and continuing for the month of May.

15 W King St, Lancaster, PA 17603, USA

(717) 371-9864

Pilgrim Soul Exhibit | Claire Giblin

Local artist, Claire Giblin, is to be featured in The Regitz Gallery.

“Pilgrim Soul”

This exhibition will contain several new works in a numbered series titled “The Black Series”.
I am inspired by certain artists, including Soulages, Rothko, Kline, Marden and most recently Kiefer.
Placing color on top of the blackened paper as a ground has given me a strong sense of infinite possibility
during what has seemed to be a very long period of uncertainty. I am comforted by the softness of the
black ground shade, as much as I have loved the light that emanates from the ground used in most other of my works.

I have also included several older works in the exhibition that I believe offer a look at past efforts that are still alive after all the years I have worked.

I’ve based the title “Pilgrim Soul” from a poem “When you are Old”, by W. B. Yeats. It is a beautiful
tribute to age and love.


The Ware Center Artwalk Hours
Saturday, May 4, 2-5pm (reduced schedule for location)
Sunday, May 5, 12pm-4pm

Student Artists’ Exhibit (Binns Room) – School District Of Lancaster

SDoL student’s artwork is to be featured in the Binns Room/Hallway

“Our show features 2D and 3D works of art created by our SDoL students including elementary, middle, and high school students.”

The Ware Center Artwalk Hours
Saturday, May 4, 2-5pm (reduced schedule for location)
Sunday, May 5, 12pm-4pm

42 N Prince St, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 871-7018


Painting Plein Air – Isabel Lark

Sketching and painting with pastels and other mediums outside or inside. Prints and cards available for sale outside and original art displayed for sale inside the pie shop.

Art Class information LCAA

Lots of information available on classes and activities at Lancaster County Art Association in Strasburg , PA.


Spring ARTWalk at Red Raven

Featuring Kim Smith with her florals,  Jordana Saunders with her graphites,  Sherri Trial with her Miniatures, and Highlighting Lee Lovett with her latest Music Series along with Terry Wise who brings in tabletop!  
Drop in Lancaster Spring Artwalk
Saturday, May 4 • 10 am – 5 pm 
Sunday, May 5 • 12 – 4 pm
     Join us for Artist Demonstrations by our three featured artists
•  Saturday, May 4th 11 am – 3 pm
• Sunday, May 5th   11 am – 4 pm


138 N Prince St, Lancaster, PA 17603, USA

(717) 299-4400


140 N Prince St, Lancaster, PA 17603, USA

(717) 390-7222


𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗥𝗮𝗱𝗶𝗮𝗻𝗰𝗲 𝗼𝗳 𝗠𝗲𝗺𝗼𝗿𝘆 – 𝗠𝗮𝘆 𝟯 – 𝗝𝘂𝗻𝗲 𝟮𝟵, 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟰
In a new collection of work, Lancaster artist Freiman Stoltzfus explores the theme of radiance.
“For me, the quest for beauty means engaging the present moment and recalling transcendent visions from the past. Many of the paintings were started during the coldest, greyest days of winter. Using the gifts of memory and imagination, I painted moments of light, color, and warmth, raising my own spirits. It is my hope that this collection will bring lightness and positivity to visitors in the gallery this Spring and far beyond!”
✨ Mark your calendars for the grand opening of the exhibit on First Friday, May 3, followed by an immersive Spring ArtWalk weekend on May 4-5.
142 N Prince St
Lancaster, PA 17603
(717) 435-9591

In the Main Gallery – Georganna Lenssen Arco Iris: An expression of light and color

The Spanish word “arcoíris” translates to rainbow in English. The arco iris has been an object of fascination and symbolism in cultures and mythologies throughout history. Interpreted as a connection or bridge linking different realms or elements, it symbolizes interconnectedness and represents communication, harmony, hope and transformation.

For me the arco iris symbolizes a bridge between creation and subject matter. In my work I seek to express the essence of a subject. My process is bold, intuitive and spontaneous, pushed by a strong sense of exploration and a desire to push the boundaries of expression.

Transparencies and layering allow me to build dimension, complexity and nuance in a piece, just as layers of experiences and emotions shape our own perception of the world. While my subject matter varies, each piece is intrinsically connected by a shared thought process and approach. It is important for me to create each new work freely, without worrying about how it fits with previous things I have made. Once there is a set of works, each piece created with its own identity and purpose, then the threads emerge that bind them.

Just as the arco iris expresses the refraction of light from a crystal or raindrop, my work emerges from a fusion of inspiration, thought and experience. -Georganna

Gallery’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

New works by many of the Artists in celebration of the Gallery’s 20th year!

146 North Prince Street, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 393-8007


Laura Alvis will be set up in front of Gallery Grow with paintings, prints, and stickers. She also currently has works on display inside as well.

150 N Prince St, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 869-6547


Meet the Artists

Stop in to meet our resident artists and view their works during ArtWalk hours!

34 N Water St,  Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 397-5552

Collaborative Art Piece

There will be canvases out to help make a collaborative art piece.

Bathroom Instillation

Leave us a note, well wishes, or a secret!

112 N Water St,  Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 208-6572

118 N Water St, Ste 101, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 945-6933

Listening at the Edges: Marianne Calenda

On view in the gallery is work by local artist, Marianne Calenda. The landscapes she conjures feel real. They reach into our minds with long fingers like sunlight through tears in the trees, highlighting the path to deep seeded memories. Observation & gesture so finely tuned it convinces us that we know these places. Painterly actions paired with masterful drawing make artworks that reside in the brush between fields of abstraction and the forest of realism. The monotypes are glimpses of a fragile landscape designed to evoke rather than describe. The viewer is invited to fill in the details with personal remembrances of its textures, colors, and vibrations.

Monotype Demo with Marianne Calenda

Join gallery artist Marianne Calenda for a demo of the hand-printed painterly monotype process. A monotype is a unique, original work created by applying pigment to a non-absorbent surface. Marianne will demonstrate an expressive energetic approach to developing atmospheric landscapes with a gelatin plate, acrylic paints, and soft pastels. Learn gel plate basics and discover mark-making techniques that lead to exciting illusions. This event is a drop-in, some seating will be available.

Saturday May 4th, 2:00-3:00pm

Creativity is… Panel Creation

Curio. is excited to be a Community Partner of “Creativity is….A Community Art Exhibition” with Pennsylvania College of Art & Design’s Exhibitions Department and Center for Creative Exploration! Along with support from the City of Lancaster Office of Public Art they are hosting an opportunity for the Lancaster community to showcase their visual response to the prompt, “Creativity is…” in an exhibition that will be installed at the Lancaster Amtrak station in two of the public art cases from August 9 – November 14, 2024.

With this special exhibition in mind, curio. is hosting a free creating event! Materials to make with are supplied however registration for a time slot is required to ensure we have enough space to create comfortably. Registration is easy- online or in the store. If the time slots are filled, we are hopeful to have a 6″x6″ panel for you to take home and work on at your leisure.

Sunday May 5th 12:30-1:30pm & 2:30-3:30pm

106 W Chestnut Street
Lancaster, PA
(717) 874-4482

Senior Show Exhibition

The annual PCA&D Senior Show is open! Please join us on Saturday, May 4 from 10 am – 5 pm and Sunday, May 5 from 9 am – 12 pm to celebrate the thesis work of the class of 2024! 65 artists, 4 floors, and hundreds of pieces of art all available to view for free!

Andinos: Photographs by Gabriel Barreto Bentin

Andinos: Encounters in Cusco, Peru features 30 portraits by photographer Gabriel Barreto Bentín.

Bentín’s portraits are representative of the diverse human landscape found in the Peruvian Andes and convey art’s unique capacity to forge unlikely encounters.

PCA&D Fellows Exhibitions

View artwork by fellows Alexia Eggleston ’23 and Jasmyn Stokes ’23 in the Hayden Student Exhibition Space and the CORE Gallery.

These galleries are normally closed to the public but are open Saturday 10am-5pm  and Sunday 9am-12pm!

204 N Prince St, Lancaster, PA 17603, USA

(717) 396-7833


Meet Local Artist: Kyle Whary

Kyle Whary will be at Hempfield Apothetique for the duration of LCAW to meet the community and discuss his work.

100 W Walnut St, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 874-8480



317 N. Queen Street, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 696-2093


Collection of Artists

Featuring Various Local and National Artist in print, including Jack Bingham’s Original Pastels and Oil paintings.

328 N Queen St, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 299-9940

We are thrilled to welcome the PA Guild of Craftsmen to this year’s Spring Lancaster ARTWalk! The Guild will host a dynamic lineup of workshops throughout the weekend, led by skilled local artisans. Registration is mandatory for each workshop, so be sure to check out the comprehensive schedule provided below.
Additionally, visitors to ARTWalk are encouraged to drop by the PA Guild’s location at 335 N. Queen Street to observe these engaging classes in action!


ay 4 & 5 – Matisse Gelli Printing • 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $115 Register at https://bit.ly/matissegelliprinting

May 4 & 5 – Dovetail Salt Cellar Box • 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $200. Register at https://bit.ly/saltcellarbox

May 4 – Fused Glass Mosaic Bowls • 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Fee: $90. Register at https://bit.ly/fusedglassmosaicbowl

May 4 – Origami Wreath • 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $60. Register at https://bit.ly/oragamiwreath

May 4 – Introduction to Blacksmithing • 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Fee: $135. Register at https://bit.ly/blacksmithintro
Introduction to Blacksmithing • 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Fee: $135. Register at https://bit.ly/blacksmithintroPMsession

May 4 – Gold & Silver Rutilated Quartz Earrings • 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Fee: $130. Register at https://bit.ly/goldsilverquartzearrings

May 5 – Beginning Stained Glass • 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Fee: $105. Register at https://bit.ly/stainedglassgardenparty

May 5 – Glass Flower Pendants • 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Fee: $115. Register at https://bit.ly/glassflowerpendant

May 5 – Beginning Flameworked Glass Beads • 2:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Fee: $140. Register at https://bit.ly/flameworkglassbeads

335 N Queen St, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 431-8706


Abstract Art & Open Studio – Glenn Buggoon

Enjoy a chance to see G.C. Buggoon’s never before seen art at his new studio at Decades. Guests will have a rare chance to tour the artist work space since moving into the new studio. Glenn has lived on N Queen St. since 1993 and had a studio in the Keppel building from 2004 – 2014. In 2008 he began his fly swatter painting technique which can be seen in all of his work. This will be Glenn’s first open studio in Lancaster since 2014. The majority of painting will be from his time at his Columbia, Pa studio from 2016 – 2020.

438 N Queen St, Lancaster, PA 17603, USA

(717) 282-1421


Wine, Art, & Music

Meet the artists, browse African art & and listen to jazz and AfroWorld beats.

Sat. 12:30-4:30pm, Sun 12-4:00pm

Art Sale

Sat. 12:30-4:30pm, Sun 12-4:00pm.

DrumBeats Art Performance

Saturday only 4:30-5:30pm.

632 N Christian St, Lancaster, PA 17602

(717) 431-8706


This production of Cemetery Plots will be performed on Saturday, May 4, and
Sunday, May 5, with shows at 1:00 and 3:30 pm. The audience can expect to see
three plays performed at the Lancaster Cemetery, but they may have a hard time
distinguishing performance from reality as actors and extras work together to create an
immersive experience. The plays have been written specifically to take place in the
cemetery and feature local theater artists.

Each performance of the trio of plays will begin at the Lancaster Cemetery, 205 E
Lemon Street, and the audience will be guided through the whole experience from play
to play. The outdoor performances will go on rain or shine, so audiences are
encouraged to dress for the weather.
Creative Works utilizes a Pay What You Decide (PWYD) ticketing model with no fixed
ticket prices. We will never turn away a potential audience member due to financial
limitations, and you never need to risk feeling like your experience did not match what
you paid. Reserve your ticket now and pay what you think the experience was worth
after the show.

Tickets can be reserved through the Creative Works of Lancaster website:
The Pays include:
• This Way to Paradise, by Daphnee McMaster
• Lancaster Cemetery Signs, by Griffin Yeyna
• Bev’s Wedding, by Gwen Tulin

Downtown Lancaster, PA USA


Join us for the most inspiring WALK of the season. Lancaster ARTWalk is a fun and engaging FREE event  to celebrate and appreciate the past, present, and future of ART in Lancaster, PA. Lancaster ArtWalk is a self-guided tour of Art in Lancaster city, Pennsylvania. Special exhibitions, meet-the-artist events, and live demonstrations are all available for discovery within the bustling independent galleries of the City of Lancaster. Come to connect with your community, come to be moved, challenged, encouraged and inspired by the Art and Artists that color our vibrant corner of the world. Follow @lancastercityarts and @lancasterartwalk on instagram for updates!



LANCASTER MUSEUM OF ART 135 N. Lime St, 717-299-9940 About: Established in 1965 by a group of artists and community leaders, the Lancaster Museum of Art moved to its present

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KAREN ANDERER FINE ART 146 N Prince St, 717-393-8807 Karen Anderer About: KAREN ANDERER FINE ART: Representing renowned and rising local, national, and international artists, we offer a wide range

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GALLERY ON MARKET 15 W King St, 717-371-9864 Cindy Schlosser About: As you explore Gallery on Market you will see hand painted wooden bowls, crackle paint, bright primary colors, and

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FRIENDSHIP HEART GALLERY & STUDIO 118 North Water Street, Suite 101, 717-945-6933 Expressing Capabilities About: Friendship Heart Gallery & Studio is a registered 501 (c)(3) nonprofit empowering Adults with Intellectual

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FREIMAN STOLTZFUS GALLERY 142 N Prince St, 717-435-9591 Freiman Stoltzfus About: The gallery features the work of Freiman Stoltzfus, Lancaster native. Presented in a variety of media, Freiman is inspired

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DEMUTH MUSEUM 120 E King St, 717-299-9940 Charles Demuth About: A master watercolorist and pioneer of the Precisionist style, Charles Demuth (1883-1935) was an early American Modern artist and a

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