The Discover Lancaster Art Gallery is a place to enjoy masterpieces from dozens of local artists. Stop by to check out the rotating exhibits and even purchase your favorite piece!
Continue reading to learn more about the artists featured in our Visitors Center Art Gallery! The Gallery is open Monday - Saturday 10am - 4pm. Check out the Art Gallery Trail here to explore art galleries all around Lancaster County!
Garrabrandt specializes in creating what he describes as "random acts of artistic nonsense"--whimsical colored pencil drawings designed to bring a smile. All his art images featured in the Discover Lancaster gallery are signed/limited edition work.
Christiane David Fine Art
With a personality as vibrant as her paintings, Belgium born artist Christiane David has taken art to a new level in Lancaster County. Christiane loves to go deeper into the world of color. Her ability as a colorist allows her to see color not usually perceived by the untrained eye.
Dutchland Galleries is located in Lancaster County in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Amish Country. Lancaster's bucolic countryside and diverse culture provide abundant inspiration for our world renowned local and regional artists. The relationship developed with artists at Dutchland Galleries over the last quarter century affords customers unprecedented acquisition opportunities found nowhere else.
Fisher's Handmade Quilts
A fine selection of handmade quilts, wall hangings, crafts, made by the Amish and Mennonites of the area. Each quilt is cut, marked and sewn by hand, one piece at a time, one stitch at a time, to guarantee beauty and durability.
Friendship Heart Gallery
Friendship Heart Gallery provides an opportunity for Heart Artists to have their pieces juried, exhibited and sold in an inclusive environment. Friendship Heart Gallery celebrates the creative voices of Individuals with Intellectual Disability and Autism through integration of artistic pieces in the greater community. Friendship Heart Gallery offers an environment where people can inspire each other and form creative partnerships throughout Lancaster City and beyond.
G Robert Wagner – Exhibit Hope
Exhibit entitled "HOPE" is a collection of mixed-media artwork by Lancaster artist G. Robert Wagner. The intent of the exhibit is to Evoke Thoughts. "With the events of last year still fresh in our minds I hope we can take time and reflect about what happened and what can happen in the future." - Artist, G. Robert Wagner
Julia Swartz Gallery
Take home a memory of beautiful Lancaster County with a painting by Julia Swartz. Make your home more beautiful with a painting from 30 years of award-winning works by Julia. From local Lancaster County to beautiful Ireland, Flowers, Cows, People, Chickens and much more.
Lancaster Creative Factory
The work in the gallery space represents about 20 ceramic and glass artists from the Lancaster Creative Factory. The work varies from traditional redware and salt glazed stoneware pottery to contemporary works of art in ceramics and glass. Fun face mugs, beautiful glasses, Christmas trees and paperweights, as well as other functional crocks, jugs and vases are items that can be found in the gallery space. Lancaster Creative Factory
Lantz Homestead Quilt Barn
Rachel and her family have handcrafted heirloom quilts for other shops for many years. R.S.L. Quilts has become a well sought after emblem of fine quality craftsmanship.
Log Cabin Quilt Shop and Fabrics
Log Cabin Quilt Shop opened its doors in Lancaster County in 2007 but their quilting experience began long before that. Having worked with quilts and fabric their whole lives, they can assist you in the little details of your project. Come and browse their extensive inventory of fabrics, fat quarters, charm packs, jelly rolls, patterns, pillows, quillows and a host of other quilting supplies.
Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen
It just got easier to find the best quality American-made craft. Now you can find exceptional made-by-hand crafts for home, garden and you with the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen. Nearly 1,500 works for the craft lover, with over 170 of the PGC’s member artists represented: fine jewelry, furniture, scarves & jackets, home décor, kitchen items, and more. Surround yourself with inspiration. Discover unique made in America crafts to fill your home and give as gifts.
Quilt Shop at Miller's Smorgasbord
The Quilt Shop at Miller’s features handmade quilts, quillows, wall hangings and gift items from Amish, Mennonite and other local artisans. Hundreds of handmade quilts, selected with quality in mind. High quality, handmade quilts are a thing of beauty, so it’s no wonder that so many people treasure their Lancaster County quilts.
Red Raven Art Company
Red Raven Art gallery is proud to represent over 40 established artists, both local and regional. Part of their mission statement includes nurturing emerging talent. They have dedicated a portion of gallery space to the display of up and coming young talent. Over the past 14 years they have introduced over 150 artists to the community, which allows them to offer a diverse array of original art and fine art prints.
Riehl's Quilts and Crafts
Quilt and craft shop owned by the Riehl family. Featuring quilts of all sizes, wall hangings, pillows, quillows, dolls, pot holders, spice mats, bird feeders, mailboxes and all sorts of needle crafts.
Stiegel Glassworks 1976
Stiegel Glassworks 1976 principal mission is to preserve the heritage of Manheim Borough, founded by Henry William Stiegel, with a glass manufacturer on S Charlotte Street, about 2 blocks from our present location. They produce art glass using the traditional techniques used in 1762.
The Old Country Store
The Tumbling Cubes quilt is popular for its 3-D effect and it’s modern simplicity. Notice the carefully-placed values of each color, the expert work of local Old Order Mennonite quilter, Ada. Tumbling Cubes is hand-quilted, 100% cotton, and is meant to be used. The workmanship and quality will serve this and future generations well!
Zum Anker Alley Shoppes
Don’s artwork is featured in the Visitors Center. He is a wood carver by trade. He carves the first bird out of wood, makes a mold, pours resin into the mold and cures it. Once ready he hand paints each one. These are limited editions. Some of Don's original artwork is in the Smithsonian.