OPENING THIS MONTH --- Abstract Art! Our gallery artists have contributed 30 works of Abstract Art for your enjoyment. This show will be on display through October. Come out and meet former Pennsylvania Governor Mark Singel, who will be signing copies of his memoir "A Year of Change and Consequences," about the year he stepped in for the incapacitated Bob Casey. This Saturday, August 20th at 6 PM until 9 PM Also in the Sunbury Press bookstore, meet young adult author Joe Harvey, who recently released his first novel. "From Blue Ground." This Saturday, August 20th at 6 PM until 9 PM This Saturday, August 20th at 6 PM until 9 PM Live Music: Tory Gates Last chance to see the debut exhibition of Kim Troyer! Please join us to celebrate local artist Kim Troyer's first exhibition. She is a graduate of Mechanicsburg High School and will be attending her 2nd year at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, CA, L.A.'s premier Art and Design School since 1918, in the Fall. "Very expressive ... and highly skilled!" --- Lawrence Knorr Also on display this month --- Impressionism! Our gallery artists have contributed 30 works of Impressionism for your enjoyment. This show will be on display through September. About 2nd Floor Gallery 2nd Floor Gallery is an award-winning 5000 square foot art venue located in a historic church building in the heart of downtown Mechanicsburg. At any time, we have 500 pieces of artwork on display on our two floors, most by local or regional artists. We also host the Sunbury Press bookstore on the first floor. This is our 15th year in business. Please join us for our First Friday or Third Saturday events or stop by during the week when things are a little quieter. 2nd FLOOR GALLERY - 105 S. Market St. - Mechanicsburg, Pa. 717.766.1825 www.2ndFloorGallery.com [http://www.2ndfloorgallery.com/] Hours OPEN to the Public: Wednesday to Saturday: 11 am - 6 pm 1st Friday: 11 am - 9 pm 3rd Saturday: 11 am - 9 pm Other days and hours: by appointment. Please email for a private showing.
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