Paul Flury Wins
Seven Lively Artist Paul Flury of Elizabethtown, PA has taken first place in the 2013 Plein Air Camp Hill Competition and Arts Festival.
Participants in the competition were given one week to complete a plein air painting of a location of their choice in and around the Central Pennsylvania borough.
Click on his name at left to view the
award-winning painting and other samples of his fine work.
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The Seven Lively Artists have been an integral part of the Central
Pennsylvania art community for more than 50 years. Although their artwork
encompasses a variety of subjects and styles, they are known for their passion
for painting "en plein air," which literally means “in the open air. “
As you browse their personal art pages, you’ll recognize the bridges, rivers, streams, barns, street scenes and other notable sites in and around the greater Harrisburg area.
We hope you’ll enjoy this web gallery tour by visiting each artist’s personal gallery page. Check out the “History” page to discover how the group got started and how it evolved. The “Exhibitions” page will lead you to the galleries that are currently showing the Seven Lively Artists’ artwork and special en plein air painting events. If you would like to send a message to the artists individually or collectively, go to the “Contact Us” page for emails.
Click on an artist's name to view a sampling of his work.
This virtual exhibit will change regularly, so stop back often.
|Bill Anderson||Paul Gallo|
|Earl Blust||David Henry|
|Domnick Brandt||Ralph Hocker|
|Joseph John Dudding||Robert L. Hughes|
|Paul Flury||W.T. Kerman|
|Karl Foster||Don Lenker|
Seven Lively Artists who are not showing in the virtual gallery at this time include: Bill Anderson, Brian Eppley, Barry Ginder, John McNulty, Edward Webber, Steve Wetzel, J. D. Wissler and Robert Zimmerman.
Members of the Seven Lively Artists gather to paint en plein air at the Warm Springs Lodge in Perry County, PA. Participants include, from left: Front row -- Steve Zimmerman (non-member) and Robert Zimmerman. Second row – Domnick Brandt, Earl Blust, Don Lenker, David Henry. Third row: Brian Eppley, Carl Foster, Ralph Hocker, W.T. Kerman, John McNulty. Fourth row: Edward Webber, Jonathan Frazier, Joseph Dudding, Paul Gallo.