For the second year in a row, Loryn Spangler-Jones had a piece (non ducor duco, 2019) accepted into the Take Home A Nude auction which will be held October 15, 2019 at Sotheby’s in New York City.
Loryn Spangler-Jones will have a piece of art from the show pHERspective on display at the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in Reading, PA. See her work and others on display starting May 3, 2019 for the GoggleWorks 13th Annual Juried Exhibition
LSJ Studios‘ Loryn Spangler-Jones was recognized with an honorable mention by Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery in their 9th annual Figurative Art Exhibition. The exhibited piece, million, was from the series pHERspective.
‘Like Icarus, son of Daedalus—the mythological craftsman and artist—maybe she flew too close to the sun. The sun in this metaphor being the combined social consciousness of a conservative audience, which turned on her artwork. Her art was deemed too provocative for the masses. Unlike Icarus, she did not tumble and drown in the cacophony of criticism labeling her art obscene….”
Tune in from the comfort of your living room, kitchen, office, bedroom….hell wherever you can stream live!
We had sooooo much fun painting and streaming LIVE the other night therefore have decided to do it again and take it up a notch! The music will be loud and dancing is always encouraged!!! On Thursday, 6/7/18 from 6p-7p join Loryn Spangler-Jones LIVE as she paints from her studio. We will be joining forces once again with South Central PaARTners as part of our year long commitment to keeping professional Artists in our school classrooms.
South Central PaARTners helps bring a quality of learning to our area by placing skilled teaching artists in meaningful, in-depth residencies in K-12 public schools, senior centers, and other community organizations throughout Lancaster, Berks, Lebanon, and northwestern Chester Counties. Our residents hail from a variety of backgrounds and include writers, dancers, theater practitioners, musicians, storytellers, painters, sculptors, book artists, and more.
The final piece of tonight’s event will be available for purchase at the end of the LIVE event! Proceeds will benefit SCP.
Tune in to LSJ’S Facebook Page
Pour a drink.
And turn the volume way up!
Thursday June 7, 2018 @ 6pm sharp!
Let’s have some fun!
Paying tribute to her mother, Lori Lee’s ‘Anything But Ordinary’ opened Friday…..full article at Lancaster Online.
I remember this moment about 8-9 months ago. I was sitting in my beautiful studio on King St…. the very space I only have because of the amazing humans in my life… natural light pouring in the 12 foot floor to ceiling windows, looking around and thinking to myself; “Have I seriously outgrown this space already??? How in the hell did I ever create 6 foot paintings and store them in my tiny three bedroom apartment that I share with my THREE children?” I was immediately reminded of the Goldfish Theory…..a goldfish will grow to suit the size of its tank…conversely if you keep said gold fish in a small tank it will stop growing all together or even worse, die.
I wasn’t sure what to do with ANY of these thoughts. So, naturally they swam around endlessly in my own personal goldfish bowl…called my brain. They bounced off of each other, sometimes painfully….sometimes quietly. But they were always there! My solution…the only solution I have ever known…just keep swimming, or in my case, painting. And trust that eventually the thoughts would either subside altogether or an opportunity would present itself.
Nine months later, I am standing in the middle of my SECOND location, LSJ Studios on Queen. When the opportunity was presented to me to own and operate a Gallery space out of the newly renovated Keppel building on the 300 Block of North Queen St in downtown Lancaster….the very block that tiny three bedroom apartment of mine exists on….how could I say “No?!?”
The Queen St location is now the official gallery and exhibit space for my own personal work. And this feels AMAZING! The space is beautiful with its super industrial edge and stark white masonry walls-the absolute perfect backdrop for my work.
What you NEED to know:
(in no particular order)
1. The King St location continues to be my personal creative space, classroom space and gallery where I can exhibit and support artists from around the globe!
2. None of this would be a reality if not for support and love from my community and friends!
3. I continue to wake up everyday armed and ready to slay the demons that insist on taking up residence in that goldfish bowl and still have to tell my self over and over again “I deserve this. I am worth this. I am amazing.”
4. I believe goldfish bowls can be as big as you want them to be.
We are SUPER excited about our 2017 Summer Arts Program at LSJ Studios!!! We have created a spectacular line up of classes, workshops and studies for small humans ages three through sixteen!
This year’s classes will include Fiber Arts, Book Binding, Advanced Mask Making, Sculpey Clay and Watercolor Self Portraits, just to name a few! We will be holding a total of TEN different themed classes in addition to 4 Open Studios this summer! And for the FIRST time ever, LSJ Studios will be conducting a Mini Camp for Mini Humans designed for ages three through six!!!
We will be launching the entire 2017 Program complete with dates, times, instructors, descriptions and pricing on Friday 5/5/17! All registration will be done online this year and classes will be filled on a First Come, First Serve basis!
Do NOT wait!! We are promising a super creative summer at LSJ Studios!!!!
“I think we are all artists at the end of the day…”
LSJ Studios was featured in the “Fresh Face” section of Fall 2016 Fig Lancaster. The article called LSJ Studios founder Loryn Spangler-Jones, “the rare kind of person who fills the space between life and art, so that you can’t quite tell where one stops and the other begins.” They continue, “As an artist, she pours passion and raw emotion into her work, braving vulnerability, revealing authenticity, resulting in worthiness… As a teacher of adults and ‘small humans,’ she empowers artists of all ages to find themselves by expressing and channeling their art and vulnerability through lenses of restraint and patience.”
Read more at figlancaster.com
Colorful works by New York artist C. Mari’ Pack at LSJ Studios through May….full article at Lancaster Online