Lancaster Public Art debuted a new exhibit this month at the Lancaster Amtrak Station. Two Station Cases now house work by artist Paolo Del Toro and will be exhibiting in the Station from January to June 2019.
Paolo Del Toro is a British-born artist who now resides in Lancaster. Del Toro’s work centers on sculpture and the use of foam and needle-felted wool. Recently, he has exhibited at the Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York and the Samek Art Museum in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. To learn more about Paolo Del Toro and his work, please see the post on him at LancasterPublicArt.com.
The exhibit is sponsored by the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design and the Mayor Richard J and Gail Gray Fund. The majority of their support goes directly to the artist and the remainder helps to fund Lancaster’s public art program. If your business or organization is interested in sponsoring a station case, please contact Joanna Davis at JDavis@cityoflancasterpa.com. They are now accepting sponsorships for the next exhibit which will span from July through December 2019.
The station case displays rotate every six months, and Lancaster Public Art puts out a call for artists in the summer. If you are interested in displaying your work in the future, please follow Lancaster Public Art at @LancasterPublicArt. For more information on the station cases, please visit lancasterpublicart.com/station-cases-working.
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