Geoffrey Thulin, Sally Becker, Dan Bielecki and Judy Pyle open exhibition at Arts Council

The Adams County Arts Council will feature the opening exhibitions of Geoffrey Thulin, Sally Becker, Dan Bielecki, and Judy Pyle on Friday, March 3, from 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. at the ACAC’s Arts Education Center, 125 S. Washington Street, Gettysburg.  The reception is free and open to the public.

Of Earth and Cosmos, a collection of Chinese zodiac paintings and twelve watercolor and gouache paintings centering on the zodiac by Geoffrey Thulin, is the featured exhibit in the Gallery.  The paintings were created during 2021.  Thulin says, “I am a painter who creates bold celebrations of color and form.  I explore rhythm, pattern, and energy and the connection between animal imagery and nature.  I love the fluidity of the mediums I use, as well as the challenge.”

Sally Becker’s collection of paintings entitled Childhood Armor and Time on the Farm is featured in the Reception Hall.  Her work is a diverse selection of media and mediums, including pastels, encaustic, mixed media drawings, and stoneware wall hangings and sculptures.  It is inspired by her observations of farm life and forests at her Adams County home.  “I have an almost never-ending source of subject matter where I live.  This collection shows night-time landscapes, changing woodlands, daily visits from a pair of ravens, cows ruminating, and found objects from the past.”

Invasion of Ukraine: An Artist’s Response, a collection of enamel on copper mesh small sculptures by Judy Pyle, is on display in the reception area of the Arts Education Center. 

Dan Bielecki’s photography exhibit is featured in the studio.  It is made possible by a grant through the Cultural Alliance of York County.

For more information about the exhibitions of Geoffrey Thulin, Sally Becker, Dan Bielecki, and Judy Pyle, and other upcoming Arts Council exhibitions, events, or art classes at the Arts Council’s Arts Education Center, visit or call (717) 334-5006.

The Adams County Arts Council’s mission is to cultivate an arts-rich community.

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