Matthew Samuel

Exhibitions:

Member Show Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts March 2012

  • The exhibit showcased artwork from the members of the council
  • Month long show that was part of Lebanon’s First Friday event 

Two Man Show- “Reclaimed” Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts January 2012

  • The exhibit featured original artwork Adam Delmarcelle & myself
  • Month long show that was part of Lebanon’s First Friday event
Group Show Infantree Gallery “6x6 Show” October 2011
  • 20 Designers and artists from NYC, Philly, & locally were invited to exhibit
  • 6 pieces were shown and sold opening night
“Mepral” Solo Show Infantree Gallery October 2011
  • The exhibit showcased 30 new pieces of artwork
  • Month long show that was part of Lancaster’s First Friday event
"Blur” Solo Show The Candy Factory July 201
  • The exhibit showcased over 60 new pieces of art
  • Over 700 people in attendance for opening night
  • Month long show that was part of Lancaster’s First Friday event

“Gods & Monsters” Group Show The Candy Factory October 2010

  • 10 Photographers and artists were invited to exhibit 

“Splinter-Pop Up Gallery” Group Show Annex 24 Gallery October 2010

  • Submission process for work
  • Month long show that was part of Lancaster’s First Friday event
“Splinter-Pop Up Gallery” Group Show Stahr Performing Arts Center August 2010
  • Submission process for work
  • Month long show that was part of Lancaster’s First Friday event 

Recent Projects & Published Work:

Mural The Candy Factory August 2012

  • I was commissioned to create a mural in the Candy Factory
  • Mural is permanent and on display in the interior of the building

Book Cover Design Religion, Politics, & the Earth May 2012

  • The book will be released in the fall of 2012
  • Book is by Jeff Robbins & Clayton Crockett

Illustration Fine Living Lancaster Magazine February 2012

  • Illustration for a feature story in the magazine

 Logo & Promotional Materials Hershey Foods March 2011

Art/Design Keys for the City Summer 2010

  • Designed and painted pianos that were placed in Lancaster
  • Proceeds went to Music for Everyone