by James Ravelle, LVAC intern Public sculpture is integral to a city’s arts community and a vital part of its history. Join the Lehigh Valley Arts Council and sculptor Dan Kainz for “Sculpture in the Park,” a tour of public sculpture in Cedar Beach Park in Allentown, PA. The event will start at Ott and… Continue reading Discover Allentown’s “Sculpture in the Park”| Meet Sculptor, Dan Kainz
Bringing home a new painting or sculpture is akin to welcoming a new life into your household. The emotional attachment is amazing! Oftentimes you think you know where you will display it—but very soon the artwork will guide you to where it wants to live. Shortly after the Arts Council's annual benefit auction, Art for… Continue reading Home Is Where the Art Is
Join us for a great time at the Promenade Shops on Sunday, November 4, 2012. Bid on wonderful artwork created by 30 Lehigh Valley arts, including fine art originals, prints, watercolors, photographs, and sculpture, valued at $25 to $750. Over 100 pieces will be presented. This is an ABSOLUTE auction, so everything will be sold. Admission is… Continue reading 2012 Benefit Art Auction and You’re Invited!
My high-school ceramics/philosophy teacher, Mr. Bob Blanchard, told me, "You could do this for a living." He was encouraging me to enroll in the Arts Academy program at William Allen High School. Stubbornly, I opted out in lieu of calculus, anatomy and physiology, etc. His early-bird class made a serious impact on me though, and it's funny that I am now… Continue reading Ceramist/Sculptor Greg White on “My Life in Art”
My work seeks and translates forms found in nature and designs I create. I thrive on the spontaneity of creating one design that leads to the next. I’m inspired by the human form, organic forms, patterns, and my drawings. Positive and negative spaces play a prominent role in designing. In the process I develop the… Continue reading About Artist Loretta Tryon–In Her Own Words