Origin of Gallery Row, Lanc. Est. 2004
Showing original fine art & folk art, coupled w/ mid-century modern & primitive antique furniture & accents.
“I believe in building relationships, with artists and clients. With a group of 10 Member Artists, whose work you can see a representation of continually throughout the year and just over thirty visiting artists, the Gallery is always changing. The CityFolk name defines my love of both Fine Art and Folk Art and how they wonderfully co-exist”.
~ Karen Anderer, Owner/Curator
At the heart of Gallery Row in Historic Downtown Lancaster, PA you find a gem of a gallery.
The beauty and magic start with the 19th C. architecture of the building- its Ball Finial rising above its Widow’s Walk over the grand Wide Stairs you enter through, all encased in an old brick facade. Just inside, in the ParlorGallery, you feel at ease with the Art in an intimate setting- the gorgeous fireplace and mantle, original hardwood floors, coupled with Antiques to create an approachable way of viewing. Moving on to the middle room, Atrium Gallery, the sky makes its presence through the expansive soaring skylight- lovely garden items enhance the Art, while the natural light pouring in from overhead gives you a glimpse of what the Artwork will feel like in your home. Down the ramp, we descend into the Main Gallery where the Feature Artist Exhibits are held- a Purist Gallery with white walls, lots of airiness, gallery lighting, and paintings hung in the traditional Gallery fashion with more skylights for natural lighting.
***At this time, the Gallery sells only Original Artwork and does not represent any Artist who produces reproduction prints. *Visiting Artists may reproduce limited artworks.