OVER 30 ARTISTS IN PERSON ~ OPENING NIGHT PREVIEW PARTY

ORIGINAL ART & BRONZE SCULPTURE ~ CONTEMPORARY 18TH C. PERIOD ACCOUTREMENTS

ARTIST AND AUTHOR SIGNINGS ~ WORKING DEMONSTRATIONS

 

20TH YEAR IN HISTORIC GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA

FREE ADMITTANCE SATURDAY & SUNDAY

SHOW HOURS

FRIDAY JUNE 9, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Opening night preview party - $35.00 entry fee)

(Free admittance Saturday and Sunday)

SATURDAY JUNE 10, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

SUNDAY JUNE 11, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
(Artists are not scheduled until 12:00 noon on Sunday)

The 20th annual History Meets the Arts (HMTA) show & sale will be held at Gettysburg College, June 9-11 2017 in historic Gettysburg, PA. Produced by Lord Nelson's Gallery, you'll meet over 30 artists in person during this three day event. Artists include painters, sculptors and traditional 18th century period accoutrement makers, in addition to accomplished historical book authors. The artists represent a wide variety of genres including 18th & 19th century periods, Native American, wildlife, landscape, nautical, and more.

This will be your opportunity to see and purchase the latest original paintings and speak to the artists in person. You can discover more in depth information about one of the attending author's books, or learn how a sculpture is created from the original clay to the completed bronze. Then explore contemporary 18th century period accoutrements made by some of the country’s finest artisans. Discover the art in powder horns, porcupine quillwork, hand forged knives, tomahawks, flintlock longrifles, colonial era pottery, canvas floor-cloths and more.

Enjoy browsing the site to provide you with a glimpse of the History Meets the Arts show and feel free to contact us for any additional information. Thanks for looking and we hope to see you in Gettysburg, PA June 9-11!

Feel free to have a look at the show YouTube video below...

Contact Us

27 Chambersburg Street
Gettysburg PA 17325

Phone:  1.800.664.9797

 

website: www.historymeetsthearts.com

email: info@lordnelsons.com

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