Upcoming Exhibition Schedule

  • Intersection: Painting, Drawing, and Photography (Aug. 29- Oct. 12)
  • The Day of the Dead (El Día de los Muertos) (October 31 – December 14, 2014)
  • Kapc & Lazin: Confluence (Jan. 16-Mar. 15)
  • Dorothy Thayne: Presence (April 3-May 17)
  • 44th Annual Juried Art Exhibition (June 5-21)
  • Selections from the Permanent Collection (July 3-Aug.9)


Pavel Kapic, Flying over the Dolomites, 2011, oil painting on canvas, 25 x 19 inches
Alyssia Lazin, Floral Deception, 2010, photograph printed on watercolor paper with archival pigments, 35 x 29 inches

Kapic & Lazin: Confluence
January 16—March 15, 2015

Czech painter, Pavel Kapic distills memories into abstractions using an interplay of color that evokes the baroque richness of his native Prague and the patterns of the Tuscan landscape surrounding him today. Born in Lebanon Pa., photographer Alyssia Lazin received her M.F.A. from Yale University. A former international photographic fashion model and a partner in an award winning NYC design studio, Lazin uses her camera to explore abstractions in the real world. Kapic and Lazin, a husband and wife team, provide an exciting interdisciplinary union of painting and photography.

Dorothy Thayne, Angie doing the dishes, 1972, oil on canvas, 24 x 24 inches
Dorothy Thayne, Cutting the Easter ham, 2014, oil on canvas, 24 x 24 inches

Dorothy Thayne: Presence

April 3—May 17, 2015

A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Dorothy Thayne is an iconographer as well as a painter of figure and landscape. The works in this retrospective exhibition pose the question: How can the methods of making art express the artist’'s conception of life as “an interrelationship between matter and spirit?” Ranging over a period of 40 years, Thayne’s paintings are personal images of the people and places that have been a part of her life and that have served as guides in her process of becoming.

44th Annual Juried Art Exhibition
June 5–21, 2015

The Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery is proud to showcase the art of the central Pennsylvania region in the 44th Annual Juried Art Exhibition.  This LVC tradition will feature a variety of paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures and assemblages.

Robert Heilman, Willow St., 1996, oil on paper, 8 x 23 inches

Selections from the Permanent Collection
July 3—August 9, 2015