Lock Haven’s Downtown shopping season officially starts on Saturday, December 3rd! And, so does an exciting new shopping opportunity! The Clinton County Arts Council’s Station Gallery will hold special “Trunk Show Sales” featuring invited artists on weekends before the holidays. Our invited “Trunk-Show Artists” will be present during special hours for one day only. This is a great time to meet the artist, get special insight into their work and shop the special items they will be bringing for that day.
Saturday, December 3 - Trunk show artist hours 11 AM – 4PM
Carol Ann Simon Cillo has recently completed her solo exhibit at the Pajama Factory, and currently is showing works at the Genetti Grille gallery in Williamsport.
She will be bringing hand-built works using organic shapes and highly textured or carved and painted surfaces. Ceramic wall-reliefs include contemporary forest landscapes, functional bowls & vessels with unique glaze combinations, and small canvases or ornaments, suitable for holiday gift giving.
Sunday, December 4 - Trunk show artist hours 1 PM – 4PM
Deb Stabley is a nationally known ceramic artist whose functional works include whimsically decorated cups, vases, bowls & platters – usually showing elements from nature, like animals and plant life. Deb’s earthenware bowls and platters are hand-built and beautifully decorated with underglazes and glazes, perfect for gifts under the tree, or for use on your own holiday table this season.
Saturday, December 10 - Trunk show artist hours 9PM – 4PM
Bruce Wallace is a photographer who finds beauty, humor and pathos, wherever he points his lens, whether in the Great Smoky Mountains, the beaches and mangroves of Sanibel Island, the streets of New York, Philadelphia or Atlanta, or his adopted home of north central Pennsylvania. Bruce’s primary interests are landscape and street photography and environmental portraiture.
Check weekly for additional featured artists!
The Station Gallery’s regular hours will be available to shop the Member’s Show
from November 25th to January 8th.
So be sure to visit the Station Gallery to browse & shop!
The Clinton County Arts Council’s Station Gallery is a Non-profit Organization.
A portion of all sales goes towards the programs and continued operation of the gallery.