From http://www.gettysburgfestival.org
June 2010


Debut of the Civil War 150 Project by Amy Lindenberger

Friday, June 18, 2010 to Sunday, June 27, 2010

The commemoration of John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry, VA (now WV), held in October, 2009, was widely considered to mark the beginning of the Sesquicentennial (150th) Anniversary of the Civil War era. Artist Amy Lindenberger is embarking on a three-year project to create works inspired by lesser-known events and people of the Civil War era. She invites the public to see 20 works which are already completed, view additional works in development, and discuss ideas for new paintings in this ongoing project.

Free admission.

Gallery Hours:
Monday:  1-8 PM
Tuesday:  closed
Wednesday:  closed
Thursday:  1-8 PM
Friday:  1-8 PM
Saturday:  11 AM-8 PM
Sunday:  12-6 PM

Artist receptions are scheduled for the following dates and times:
Friday, June 18:  5-8 PM
Saturday, June 19:  1-3 PM
Sunday, June 20:  1-3 PM
Performance Information
Time: See description for times
Location: Civil War Fine Art Gallery and Studio
333 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Map to Location
Phone: 717-338-3463
Web: Click here to visit the Civil War Fine Art Gallery and Studio

All artists, repertoire, performance dates, times, venues
are subject to change.

Event Images

Civil War Fine Art Gallery and Studio<br>Photo Credit: Emily Puls
Civil War Fine Art Gallery and Studio
Photo Credit: Emily Puls

<br>Photo Credit: Emily Puls
Photo Credit: Emily Puls

Artist Amy Lindenberger<br>Photo Credit: Casey Martin
Artist Amy Lindenberger
Photo Credit: Casey Martin

<br>Photo Credit: Casey Martin
Photo Credit: Casey Martin

<br>Photo Credit: Casey Martin
Photo Credit: Casey Martin

 



 

En Plein Air "Paint Out" and Exhibit

Friday, June 18, 2010 to Sunday, June 27, 2010

Artists from Pennsylvania and Maryland will gather to paint en plein air (outdoors) at various locations in and around Gettysburg. Interested visitors can watch, enjoy, and ask questions as the artists create their landscapes throughout the Festival.
 
Sunday, June 27; 1-3 PM: Reception.

Outdoor locations and times listed below.  Some events are ticketed Festival events.* 
Call the Festival office for more information: 717-334-0853.


 
Friday, June 18; 9am- noon: Historic Round Barn, Biglerville
Saturday, June 19; 10am– pm: All American Brass Picnic and Culinary Food Fair, Festival Main Stage, Gettysburg College
Saturday, June 19; 6pm: Farm to Table Barn Dinner*, Beech Springs Farm, Orrtanna
Sunday, June 20; 2–5 pm: A Hallowed Feast*, Schmucker House, Seminary Ridge
Sunday, June 20; 11am-5pm: Historic Round Barn, Biglerville
Monday, June 21; 9am-noon: Sachs Covered Bridge
Tuesday, June 22; 9 am – noon: GNMP Visitor Center
Wednesday, June 23; 9am-noon: Farms along the Battlefield Auto Tour
Thursday, June 24; 5:30-7:30pm Caribbean Cookout*, Festival Main Stage, Gettysburg College
Friday, June 25; 9 am – noon: Farms along the Battlefield Auto Tour
Saturday, June 26; 5 – 7:30pm: Beer, Blues, and BBQ*, Historic Gettysburg Railroad Station.  Artists will paint scenes of the train station throughout the day and evening.
Sunday, June 27; 9:45am-2pm: Country Brunch*, Hanover Shoe Farm
Sunday, June 27; 1-3pm: Plein Air Artists Group Exhibit and Reception at the Historic Gettysburg Railroad Station
Performance Information
Time: See description for times
Location: Historic Gettysburg Railroad Station Pavilion
35 Carlisle Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
   

 


 


 

Direct Links to All Civil War Artwork:
Beyond the Battlefield - The Battle of Gettysburg - More Civil War Drawings - Gettysburg Civilians During the War
 
Christmas During the Civil War -
Gettysburg Today - Plein Air Drawings of Gettysburg


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