After many years of Lord Nelson's Gallery having its attending artists off-site, the History Meets the Arts show has returned to its roots in downtown Gettysburg in mid-April. Plans are underway for a 2020 town-wide art festival with multiple businesses in Gettysburg hosting their own representative artists, authors, craftsmen, etc. in their stores for History Meets the Arts.
A listing of participating businesses, attending artists, special events, locations, etc. will be posted as the planning continues.
We look forward to seeing you in April!
A patron reflects on the artwork
Proudly presented by Lord Nelson's Gallery - Gettysburg, PA
Wayne Hyde sculpture
(left to right) John Buxton, Robert Griffing, Jane Wright, H. David Wright and Kyle Carroll at HMTA 2016
The History Meets the Arts Show & Sale is held at Lord Nelson's Gallery historic Gettysburg, Pa
Brad Fountiain (right) discusses one of his rifles with patron
Tim Sanner powderhorn display
Contemporary Eastern Woodland Indian neck knives with porcupine quillwork sheaths
Patrons Ken & Linda Grimes with artist Kyle Carroll (right)
detail of "Washington's Headquarters" by Bryant White
detail of "Beneath the Silent Canopy" by David Wright
detail of "The Final Draft" by Pamela Patrick White
detail of "Cherokee Caravan" by Robert Griffing
1 minute HMTA show intro video below...
21 minute documentary of the 20th anniversary show.