Rain or shine, this weekend will be full of fine art in Lititz Springs Park, PA. The staple show of the town is back this year, with over 130 artists, a lot of them locals but also out-of-staters.
If you find yourself visiting Lititz Outdoor Fine Art Show this Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm, you'll be able to view artwork while strolling down the paths of the well-kept park that works as a gathering spot in Lititz, taking in the park’s calm atmosphere with sounds of the pond fountain or watching the ducks peacefully nesting along the stream.
The show is free to the public and all visitors can browse in the booths of the artists and purchase their creations. Here, you'll find oils, acrylics, watercolors, drawings, ceramics, and a variety of sculptures.
Lititz Outdoor Fine Art Show has been around for more than 50 years, and it has grown a reputation for being a quality show featuring the best of local fine art.
One of the artists you might meet in the park this Saturday is Bucks County watercolor painter Keith Mountford. He is a fine artist whose style can best be described as watercolor realism. Unlike many watercolor artists, this artist chooses to tightly control the medium, producing exacting landscape and architectural renderings with subtle tones that are unique to watercolor. Mountford uses a broad palette to bring mood and atmosphere into his paintings, acting as a complement to the technical drawing that is adapted in this creative style.
A local artist you'll find at the show is Allison Rohland. She has spent her adult career dedicating her artistic talents to local non-profits in Lancaster, PA. She has worked as an art instructor and gallery coordinator for artists with intellectual disabilities for five years, but last year she decided to follow her lifelong dream to create art full-time. Many of her pieces evolve into organic, nature-inspired forms because that’s a place where she feels most inspired.
The Fine Art Show is hosted by Lititz Art Association, whose mission is to foster and promote the creative and fine arts, and to cooperate with other organizations having a similar purpose. The annual art event is made possible by volunteers of the association.
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