Lebanon Valley Council of the Arts unveiled its Fish Out of Water exhibit during First Friday on July 3, and LebTown was there to capture the event.

Read More: ‘Fish Out of Water’ exhibit installed along Veteran’s Memorial Walkway

The exhibit begins behind the Lebanon Community Library on 7th Street and spans the Veterans’ Memorial Walkway, ending behind “Boxie.” The new installation was officially debuted during the first First Friday event to be held since statewide stay-at-home orders were issued in March.

Local artists and makers were invited to design and paint the fish forms, which were available from LVCA for a $20 donation.

Find more background on the exhibit in our story from last week, and enjoy the photos from LebTown photographer Will Trostel below.

Nancy, along with sons Declan and Asher Soulliard, showcase some artistic goods during the event.
Declan and Asher Soulliard show off their piece “Sunrise and Sunset” at the “Fish out of Water” exhibit.
Local artist Katie Trainer also had a piece in the exhibit, “Go With the Flow.”
One of two pieces by the Helms family’s Michaelanne, Nolan, and Jessie – “Connections.”
“Safari Vacation” by Alayna, Josiah, Mercy, Alize, and Gracie Zook.
“Criss Cross” by Courtney Reimann.
“Our Sweet City” by Yana, Eleanor, and Leona Boddy.
“Peace” by Jodi Price.
“Trash” by Sandra Bigotti.
“Splat Studio” class piece by Niyanta, Mariyah, Izzy, Peyton, and Ava – titled “Learning to Think Like an Artist.”
“Splash” by Elise Stoner.
“Deep Blue” by Alex, Lucas, and Courtney Reimann.
Hope Kutenits and Varvara Kambakis showcase goods during the event. Read more about Hope in our story from last week.
Some of the artistic wares available during the First Friday event along Lebanon’s Veterans’ Memorial Walk.
Artists exhibiting in “Fish Out of Water” were invited to setup a table to show other artistic endeavors.
“Big City Dreams” by Hope Kutenits.
Vandon and Tanya of Lebanon’s Zen Cat Creatives showcase their art during the event.
As part of the event, musicians were found along each of the four blocks of the walkway. Here, Melissa Martin and Christy play violin for artwalk goers.
“Splat Studio” class piece, this one on a sunny, made by Molly, Abby, Ada, Judah, and Filomena.
Ducks also made an appearance during the event running along the Quitty.
Matt Miskie plays music for attendees.

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