Piano: The Atlee Hall Piano
Artist based in Lancaster, PA. Her current paintings are a mix of bold and muted colors, combining abstract and recognizable shapes. She also enjoys creating block prints and film photography.
Work is currently on display at ESOARTS in Lancaster and Passerine through May 23, 2023.
Amelia will be featured at Deerfoot Downtown tasting room and bottle shop for the months of July and August 2023.
Mural: Elizabeth Byler Mural
Elizabeth (she/her) is the Creative Image Director for Eden Environments. She enjoys experimental cooking, reading books you can’t put down, dancing in the rain, coloring outside the lines, discovering new music, asking personal questions, and writing things that make people react. She is an enneagram 4, happiest when eating something sweet or sipping wine. Elizabeth is passionate about human flourishing, great design, groovy tunes, and intersectional social justice. She is committed to loving Black Jesus, herself, and others, in that order.
Piano: The WXPN Piano
An illustrated style that bridges the gaps between an absurd rendition of the human condition, crossing over into the eerie and darkest corners of the whimsical imagination. Through either illustration or a dreamscape-esque approach on graphic design, my illustrations have been used as promotions on t-shirts for bars, restaurants, children’s books and community collectives.
Mural: Fee Dominguez Mural
Mural: Fee Dominguez Mural
First generation Mexican American artist and illustrator, Fee Dominguez, is a dual degree graduate from Millersville University. Majoring in Art Education and Fine Art, She took her first teaching opportunity in Karlstad, Sweden as a textiles teacher. Now she spends her days as a freelance graphic designer and tattoo apprentice. Fee’s art conveys feminine expression and human reflection through a signature style of playfully dreamy motifs inspired by Japanese art and a diary-like flair of various existential and confessional phrases. Depending on their intention, mood, and current call to action they will switch between mediums. You can also search for their work under the name of “feemaleartist” on Urban Outfitter’s website.
Mural: Jaye Crist Mural
Expression though photographs, CERAMICS, painting, drawing, writing and hand crafted art can be a very personal, yet a shared gift that provokes emotion.
The expression and creation shared here is the work of family. Images created and captured individually or together, but all from the shared spirit, passion and artistic mindset that is within us. The viewer or reader absorbs the work and in that way is influenced in some way by it.
Piano: The Milagro House Piano
Mural: Jordan Rainey’s Mural
Jordan is a queer, indigenous creative based in Lancaster pa Working mostly with acrylics, Jordan’s art stays fluid experimenting with several mediums such as canvas and acrylic, oil, pastels, wood carving , wood burning, latex paints for outdoor murals and most recently hand poked tattoos. Inspired by the beauty the natural world and the emotions experienced as a human, Jordan uses these inspirations to intuitively create pieces that people can connect to. She creates to spread love and awareness on issues of minorities, the earth and to bring calmness and peace through intuitive pieces that invoke emotions and energetic experiences from the viewer.
Jordan is open to making custom paintings, bookmarks, murals and tattoos.
A treasured quote I hold dear is by one of my favorite authors Eckhart Tolle, he says “To love is to recognize yourself in another.” Over the past 2 years of being a creative and sharing my journey and work with others, I have watched countless persons connect with a piece on a personal level in ways they often can’t describe. There is a pull, an energetic flow that captivates people. To be inspired through my experience as a human, and to transform those experiences and emotions into art that others connect with, to me is the greatest payment I will ever receive as an artist. Expressing self through art is a love language I am grateful to be able speak with others.
Mural: Justin Jones Mural
Justin Jones was born in Salem, NJ and was raised and attended school in Norristown, PA. Justin completed his formal art studies at The Pennsylvania College of Art & Design (PCAD) in Downtown Lancaster, PA. During his years at PCAD he specialized in illustration, animation, 3D art and ceramics. Justin graduated in 2007 and has made Lancaster City his home.
Mural: Keisha Finnie Mural
Mural: Kelly McCart Mural
Kelly McCart is the Intermediate School Art Teacher at Donegal School District. She is passionate about teaching and exploring art with her students, and advocating for the importance of art in schools. When she is not creating in the classroom, she is experimenting with all things art. Mostly her passion is in ceramics and mosaics. You can view her creations at local art coops or on her Instagram @McCartArt.
Mural: Loryn Spangler-Jones Mural
Award winning and internationally recognized mixed media artist, Loryn Spangler-Jones exhibits locally and is the founder of LSJ Studios in downtown Lancaster, PA. Making art since 1997, she is self taught and her innate talent is the foundation of her spontaneous and visceral paintings. Her work can be found in several different publications, from major art magazines to coffee table art books from North Light Publications.
Cultivating human connectivity and creative collaboration through art, Spangler-Jones has been leading group workshops since 2012. Loryn Spangler-Jones is a tour de force and her work continues to reach people all over the world!
“Who I am as an artist and what drives my hunger is to continually unveil subject matter in a way that encourages the viewer and challenges them to see, think and feel in a whole new way, pushing their own personal boundaries.”
Mural: Sadie Bartch Mural
Sadie Bartch is a professional artists and resident from the city of Lancaster, PA. Owner and operator of Clover Tattoo, she specializes in fine-line illustrative work both on skin and canvas. Bartch completed a professional tattoo apprenticeship (2011-2013) and is mostly self taught in her illustrative background. The call to a life of artistry was said to always have been present in her life, even as a child. Sadie often remarks that she owes her career to the years of doodle encouragement from her loving, supportive parents. Much of Sadie’s work is influenced by her lifelong love of all things folklore and fantasy. From animals to faeries to nature, her work gives you a glimpse into all the worlds Bartch wishes she had the chance to inhabit. Much of Sadie’s work is influenced by her lifelong love of all things folklore and fantasy. From animals to faeries to nature, her work gives you a glimpse into all the worlds Bartch wishes she had the chance to inhabit.
Sir Dominique Jordan the Prolific One
Sir Dominque Jordan the Prolific One
Sir Dominique Jordan the Prolific One is a poetic vanguard hailing from Lancaster, Pennsylvania; whether it spoken word or on a page, he uses his unique verbiage to inspire others to use their vulnerability as a ‘super power’. He identifies as an Artivist, and teaches across the country about how Hip Hop culture and general creative expression are tools that can be used in the classroom/neighborhood to enhance the overall educational experience. He loves to challenge people to make a difference in their community as they see fit. The Prolific One is also the lead vocalist of the sensational, funky Hip Hop and R&B band, The Prolific Steppas. Lastly, Sir Dominique Jordan is the founder and CEO of both The Artivist Corp. (a social enterprise dedicated to youth mentorship through the lens of creative expression) and Nobody’s Pen (a poetic writers collective). Find him and his efforts on social media using the hashtag #WhatThatImpactDo