Exploring the PA Wilds
Are you planning to enjoy the majestic fall foliage in Pennsylvania? Your timing is perfect. This weekend on the outskirts of God’s Country, there is a great bonus for the traveler.
The first PA Wilds Art Invitational at Historic Lynn Hall is having an artist’s opening on Saturday October 8th from 12-6. There will be over 15 fine artists displaying their works.
I am blessed to be included and have selected 3 fall themed images to hang in the space. This invitational art show is made up of PA Wilds Juried Artisans and is being curated by Samila Sosic and Stephanie Distler.
If you enjoy architecture and seeing life breathed into the past, you will be stopped in your tracks before entering to see the artwork. Because Lynn Hall is worthy of a stop on its own.
Lynn Hall, built-in the 1930’s is an architectural marvel which brings Falling Waters to the front of most passerby’s minds. This amazing space was not designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, but by another talented designer, Walter Hall. There is a connection between the 2 buildings though. Because of the beautiful work done on Lynn Hall, Walter Hall and a select crew were chosen to build Falling Waters; Lynn Hall came first.
This unique piece of history has been vacant for 25 years, but 26 months ago Gary and Sue DeVore purchased the home and have been working hard to bring it back to its glory. It is still under renovation.
The PA Wilds Art Invitational is a chance for the public to come in and explore the building while enjoying artwork from area.
In addition to the fine arts that will be displayed on the wall, there is an artisan market from 12-6 with all types of arts and hand crafted works including pottery, soaps and jewelry.
Here are some samples of the artist’s that will be there. But to see them all you really must come join in.
PA Wilds Artisans: