For more about the Kaleidoscope Awards
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2017 Kaleidoscope Fine Art Awards
The BETTY G. LONG Kaleidoscope Award for Music - JESSICA BARRACLOUGH
The NED O. WERT Kaleidoscope Award for Visual Arts - EMILY VANDERMEY
The LOUISE BAUGHER BLACK Kaleidoscope Award for Literary Arts - REBECCA BESTWICK
Lynden Gallery is pleased to present the Annual Kaleidoscope Awards to three exceptional
Elizabethtown Area High School graduating seniors planning a secondary education in the Arts
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LYNDEN GALLERY closed June 1, 2017
What a privilege it has been!
Supporting the Arts in Downtown Elizabethtown since 1985
NED WERT River Darts 40 1/2" x 60 1/2" acrylic on canvas
CURRENTLY AT THE LANCASTER ARTS HOTEL
300 Harrisburg Avenue, Lancaster, PA
mid-century figurative works by FRAN WILLIAMS WAGNER
at the Arts Hotel Gallery, Lancaster Arts Hotel
exhibitions continue through the holidays
FOR MORE ABOUT THE LANCASTER ARTS HOTEL COLLECTIONS AND THE ARTISTS
The art in the Lancaster Arts Hotel is available for purchase,
including the collections of original art in the guest rooms, corridors, and public spaces.
For more information regarding a purchase
Call the gallery at 717-367-9236, or email us, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: The Arts Hotel Gallery is a popular place for parties and board meetings.
If making a special trip, please call to be sure the gallery is not booked for a private affair.
WHAT'S GOING ON IN AND AROUND THE LYNDEN GALLERY?
It's been an invigorating whirlwind of activity at the gallery after taking on a full tie position as a designer for a prominent
architectural firm in York and Baltimore. The new job is inspiring and challenging as I aspire to ramp up my growth curve back
in commercial design after more than ten years primarily doing residential work. And I'm thoroughly enjoying the chance
to collaborate with the talented, creative team of professionals at Murphy and Dittenhafer Architects.
My feet continue to take me interesting places and I'm often documenting the ground at my feet on my Instagram account
"eatwellandbuymoreart". This month it's an attic space being reconsidered as a dressing room, a Historic York property to be
repurposed for the county coroners office, a gutted out downtown Elizabethtown duplex reimagined for college student housing,
a historic Baltimore rectory, and a visit to Southwest Airlines headquarters with my son Joe in Dallas, Texas.
Meanwhile the Lynden Gallery is in the capable hands of master Picture Framer David Patton, who manages the day-to-day
clients and customers who have come to rely on us for framing design and quality workmanship you can't find just anywhere.
Our hours remain the same - Wednesday through Friday, 10:00 - 5:00, Saturday 10:00 - 3:00 or by chance or appointment
to suit your schedule. I'm still available for design consultation on Saturdays, just call first to set up a time so I don't miss you!
On another note, I'm thoroughly enjoying being a Nana to Carson (age 5) and Ben (almost 6 months), and they will
be joined by my first granddaughter Claire Elizabeth in the next two weeks. Pink!
I understand my little Ben ate his first jar
of sweet potatoes today so it looks like I'll finally have another family member who will love my Gypsy Soup as much as I do!
Keep up with gallery news and all that feeds our creative spirits on our blog, "eat well and buy more art,"
or on our Facebook page - see links below. We welcome your comments!
Newest family member Benjamin Jay Bedenbaugh