Find gifts for all at Station Gallery

PHOTOS PROVIDED Artwork by Darryl Gardner.

LOCK HAVEN — Everyone is invited to a night of light refreshments and festivity as the Clinton County Arts Council celebrates fine art and crafts and opens the annual members’ art exhibit and sale.

The holiday celebration will be at The Station Gallery, 2 E. Bald Eagle St., tomorrow from 6 to 9 p.m.

It’s the shopping experience you’ve been waiting for – a chance to enjoy an opening reception and holiday party to kick off the CCAC exhibit and sale, all while being surrounded by beautiful artwork. The public is welcome to the free event.

All around the gallery will be gifts for things like decorating a new home or office, finding a way to say thank you to a client or cherished friend, or just treating yourself to a little something special this season. The walls and tables will be filled with art in a wide variety of media, sizes, styles and prices, from images of the natural world to splashes of brilliant color and fresh ideas captured in paintings, photos, ceramics and more.

The sale is a chance to find a treasure and to collect the work of an artist the shopper admires or enjoys.

Artwork by Peg Johnston.

Council President Carol Ann Simon Cillo said, “The CCAC is a 501c3 non-profit organization, so any donations, memberships or the commission from the sales of artwork goes right back into giving ‘the gift of art”‘ to our community all year long. Kindly consider stopping into the gallery often this shopping season. It is the reciprocal gift of the arts that make all our lives brighter and better!

“From around 15 exhibits held throughout the year to educational opportunities for children and adults, and other creative experiences like workshops and trips, the CCAC is a true gem sparkling in the city of Lock Haven. And, this coming year of exciting new arts events depends on your attendance and participation… and we thank you for it.”

The members’ art exhibit and sale will be open during The Station Gallery’s regular hours: Thursdays and Fridays 1-5 p.m.; Saturdays 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; and Sundays 1-4 p.m., until Jan. 7.

To see the many events the arts council hosts, visit the website at

Artwork by Bob Crain.