Most of Holly Fritchman's exquisite artwork is inspired by nature. From intricate portraits of a single acorn to gorgeous landscapes of an autumn marsh, her work draws one in with its elegant beauty.
Fritchman describes "each art experience as a gift of time...every time I pick up my brush or pencil, I see something new." Balancing the fine detail of watercolor and pencil with the looseness of oil painting keeps her energized and curious.
Artist Rachel DiAndrea's love for animals is immediately apparent in her colorful, engaging portraits of dogs, horses and even pigs. Particularly passionate about dogs, DiAndrea has established herself as a premier national canine illustrator.
What sets her apart from other canine artists is her ability to capture not only the breed, but the heart and soul of each beloved family pet. As a dog owner and lover herself, her enthusiasm and passion for her subjects is visible in each animal's distinctive personality.
- "One of my greatest pleasures is the act of taking a photograph," says artist and photographer Bob Baumbach. Baumbach's pleasure is fully visible in the exquisite photographs of Yellowstone National Park on display in his exhibit, Geysers and Hot Springs of Yellowstone, at Schlow Centre Region Library's Betsy Rodgers Allen Gallery from November 1 to November 30.more info
Artist Karen Deutsch has followed an intriguing path in creating the vibrant works on display here at the Library.The interplay of light, shape, and color holds a central role in Mark Klemick's extraordinary photographs, on exhibit at Schlow Library's Betsy Rodgers Allen Gallery from September 6 through September 28.more infoThe Betsy Rodgers Allen Gallery welcomes back the teachers of the Art Alliance of Central Pennsylvania. This acclaimed annual exhibition of their work highlights the different mediums to be taught at the Art Alliance this autumn. Don't miss this year's rich array, which includes oils, pastels, watercolors, and photography!more info
A big thank you to all the artists who contributed work to the 3rd Annual Juried Exhibition. You made it a wonderful success!
1st, 2nd, and 3rd prize winners were announced during the opening reception on July 12th and an additional monetary prize was awarded to an up-and-coming student artist in recognition of their emerging talent.
What an exciting experience for the library staff and the Friends! We are looking forward to next year.
The Gallery Committee and Schlow Library are pleased to announce those entries that have been accepted into the 3rd Annual Juried Exhibition. With over 60 submissions, and a limited amount of space, the decision was an exceptionally difficult one. The Committee would like to thank all the artists who submitted work this year. We are proud of the great talent that exists in our community and welcome the opportunity to exhibit your work in the future.