2019 Member Show theme:

Purple Pops!

The color wheel has spun around and ticked to a stop on Purple! 

Plum, aubergine, violet, lavender....whatever version of that hue you can imagine.  It will be a show where "Purple Pops!"!

February 8 - March 9, 2019

Artist drop off:  Jan. 26 - Feb. 2, 2019 during regular gallery hours.

Best in Show (any media):

 Linda Benzon: Pops Nixon on a Sunday Night, Photography

Student Best in Show (any media):

 Henry Pluta: The Sins of Children, Charcoal, Pastel, & Acrylic

Drawing and Painting: 

 First Place:

 Karen Ferrick: Fragrant, Pastel

Second Place:                                                         

Sue Himes: Marshland, Oil   

3-D, Printmaking and Mixed Media:  

First Place: 

Sarah Anne Frotscher: Above the Fruited Plain, Etching/Collagraph

 Second Place: 

 Rock, Paper, Sistas: Andrea & Elizabeth Jacobsen: Andy, Mixed Media

Digital, Photography:    

First Place: 

Lori Snyder: “Where are the Clowns, Send in the Clowns…”, Photography

Second Place: 

Donald Uvick: Wig Chateau, Photography

Honorable Mention (s) to denote any noteworthy piece(s)....

Artworks! Teen Program: Bubbles, Mixed Media

Jolie Rankin: Purple Sunrise, Acrylic

Cinda Kostyak: Pine Creek’s Purple Morn, Watercolor

Abria Donato: Amethyst, Copper & Fabric

Brooke & Rob Jones: Planted, Ceramic & Wood

Kirsten Olson & Megan Lloyd-Thompson: Stately Setting, Porcelain, Gold Lustre & Handwoven Tapestry: Cotton, Bamboo Silk, Linen, Hemp

CALC Members’ Sales Gallery

Shop local and support your local artists! CALC’s Member Sales Gallery is open 12 months a year and features an ever changing variety of photography, fine art, plein air and local scenes, jewelry and ceramics reflecting the talent of our community.

All current members are welcome to show and sell their work through the Gallery at CALC. Exhibit opportunities are available 12 months a year, including the Members’ Show in February and the Art for the Holidays exhibit in November and December. Members can contact Gallery Coordinator Cathy Stone for more information. Please click here for the Member Sales Gallery Inventory Sheet.

The Upper Gallery at CALC (second floor) is available for private exhibits and special events.  CALC welcomes ideas for special hangings and shows on an ongoing basis.
Main exhibits in the first floor, G.B. Stuart Gallery, are juried one to two years in advance.  CALC accepts and reviews applications bi-annually.  A jury form will be available from this site soon. If you would like to be notified when it is posted to the site, please contact us.

Off-Site exhibit opportunities


The Bosler Library’s recent renovation included an exhibition space where CALC exhibits group shows of its members. Every two months a new theme is presented. Contact CALC for more information on dates and themes.

Guidelines for exhibiting at Bosler Library:

1. Membership of CALC required.
2. Sign-up is on first-come, first-serve basis for 25 show slots. To sign up contact Erma or Leon Yost at ermaleon@gmail.com  or call 201-401-8385 (Erma’s cell).
3. Only two-dimensional work is accepted. It must be suitably matted and framed (wrapped canvas also acceptable) with an attached wire for hanging. Please no clip hooks.
4. Sales and sales tax will be handled by CALC, which retains 35% commission.


CARLISLE BOROUGH HALL, 53 W. South Street, Carlisle, PA

Eight to twelve 2-D pieces hang in rear of public meeting room. 

Rotation 3 months.


CASTLERIGG WINE SHOP, 110 S. Hanover Street

11 - 14 pieces in the seating area.

Rotation: 3 months


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 212 N. Hanover Street

8 Pieces.  5 in the Board/Meeting room, 2 in the common area, 1 in Membership office.

Rotation: 3 months



 6-10 pieces depending on size. First floor hallway.

Rotation: 3 months


DENIM COFFEE, 1 South Hanover St.

3 medium sized pieces on one wall.

Rotation: 3 Months                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               


THE GRAZERY, 156 West High St.

10 -14 pieces in seating area.

Rotation: 3 Months                                                                                                      


BEN FRANKLIN TECHCELERATOR (Murata Business Center) 453 Lincoln Street

This is a really bright and large place to hang a body of work. Lobby, hallway and conference room can accommodate 15 - 17 works.

Rotation: 3 months