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August 31, 2023
A City of Art: Lancaster City Art Galleries
A haven for creatives, Lancaster City is a place with inspiration around every corner. From up-and-coming artists with a new point of view to accomplished fine artists who’ve helped the Lancaster art scene flourish, it’s a destination for browsing, shopping, and creating. These featured galleries are just some of the many spots worth exploring this fall.
50 North Queen Street
Specializing in one-of-a-kind gifts and original artwork, the shop and art gallery space features the work of 30+ new and seasoned local artists.
Pictured: Brianna Sienkiewicz and David Deliard
106 West Chestnut Street
Truly a one-stop shop for artists of all mediums, curio.’s curated selection of supplies is framed by their rotating exhibitions from local and regional artists.
Pictured: Nicole Duquette and Matt Allyn Chapman
154 North Prince Street
A boutique celebrating 10 years on Gallery Row, primarily owned and operated by vegan artist Day Jones. Stocking meaningful categories of ethical choices, including vinyls, paintings, creative instruments, aromatherapy & apparel. Open seven days!
Pictured: Amanda Johnson, Day Jones, Payton Searby, and Todd Whitmer
317 North Queen Street
The newest gallery in Lancaster City, EsoArts specializes in what they call unapologetic art and is already making a big impact by showcasing close to 50 artists from right here in Lancaster County.
Pictured: Chris Dreisbach, Annie Roth, Andrew Silvus, and Zach Walter
142 North Prince Street
A cornerstone of Lancaster City’s Gallery Row, Freiman Stoltzfus’ Lancaster County background and extensive travels have shaped the fine art on display in his gallery.
Pictured: Freiman Stoltzfus
15 West Market Street
With her signature hand-painted wooden bowls as the anchor of Gallery on Market, Cindy Schlosser has a passion for making beautiful art you can use.
Pictured: Cindy Schlosser
632 North Christian Street
A home for Afrocentric performance and visual art, PAVAA Gallery is a dynamic space for cultural expressions of the African Diaspora and a collection of special pieces by multidisciplinary African artist and co-owner Gerri McCritty.
Pictured: Gerri McCritty, Marion “CoCo” Coleman, and Tyrell “TeeTos” Hoff
138 North Prince Street
Red Raven is a longstanding fixture in the heart of Gallery Row, featuring rotating exhibits from resident and visiting artists in a diverse array of artistic styles.
Pictured: Art Harrington, Gina Martin, and Fred Rodger