Buyer’s Market: Opens Dec. 8. Through Dec. 29. Brick and Mortar, 1247 Simon Blvd., Easton. 908-319-2914, brickandmortargallery.com.
Creative Coding: Explores alternative visual experiences generated by manipulating texts and images through the use of immersive human/machine interactions. Opens Dec. 3. Through Dec. 8. Kutztown University, Student Gallery, Sharadin Arts Building,
North Campus Drive, Kutztown. 610-683-4546. kutztown.edu.
Winter Student Exhibit: Works by visual art students with an emphasis on independent work produced for Summer Series Assignments and other personal work. Opens Dec. 7. Through Jan. 9. Lehigh Valley Charter High School, Corpora Gallery, 321 E. Third St., Bethlehem. 610-868-2971, charterarts.org.
Collection of Ilene Hochberg Wood: Opens Dec. 5. Through Jan. 13. Collection of Rose and Rudy Ackerman: Opens Dec. 5. Through Jan. 13. Re:Find’s Gallery on the Walk, 645 W. Hamilton St., Allentown. 610-8414866.
Legacy: Paintings by artist and sculptor Ben Fortunado Marcune, including previously unseen works. Opening reception, 1-5 p.m. Dec. 2. Through Dec. 30. The Snow Goose Gallery, 470 Main St., Bethlehem. 610-9749099. Thesnowgoosegallery.com.
Glow: 11th annual December members and friends exhibit. Opens Dec. 7. Through Jan. 13. Studio B, 39 E. Philadelphia Ave., Boyertown. studiobbb.org. Paintings: Margie Perry. Opens Dec. 2. Through Jan. 4. Upstairs Gallery, Route 202 and Street Road, Lahaska. 215-794-8486, theupstairsgallery.com.
Glenn Steiner: Paintings. Reception, 7-8 p.m. Dec. 8. Opens Dec. 3. Through Feb. 15. First Presbyterian Church of Allentown, 3231 W. Tilghman St. 610-3953781, fpcallentown.org. Markov-Grinberg. Through Jan. 6. allentownartmuseum.org. Wall Drawing #793A: Colorful large scale mural designed by Sol LeWitt. Through May 30. allentownartmuseum.org.
ALVIN H. BUTZ GALLERY, ARTSQUEST CENTER, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem. 610-332-1300. The Past is Present: Visions of Bethlehem Steel: Sharon Bartmann and Gillian Pokalo explore the spector created by these ruins. Through Jan. 6. bananafactory.org. AMERICA ON WHEELS, 5 N. Front St., Allentown. 610-432-4200. Fabulous Fins of the 50’s and 60’s: The Jet Age of Automobile Design: 12 cars from the ’50s and ’60s featuring classic tail fins, including 1958 Firebird III (General Motors) Concept Car, 1956 Chrysler Windsor Town & Country, 1960 Studebaker Hawk, 1963 Thunderbird Roadster, 1959 Pontiac Bonneville Sports Coupe. Through March 31. William Bunting: Paintings. Through March 31. americaonwheels.org.
ART SCHNECK OPTICAL COMPANY, 720 Harrison St., Emmaus. 610-965-4066. Jaine Kunst: Through Dec. 31. THE BANANA FACTORY, 25 W. Third St., Bethlehem. 610-332-1300. 8th Annual InVision Juried Exhibition: Regional photography and photo art competition. Through Dec. 16. InVision College Photography Competition: Juror, Stephen Perloff, founder and editor of The Photo Review and editor of The Photograph Collector. Through Dec. 9. Puerto Rico ¡Adelante!: Carol Guzy’s photographs documenting the island after Hurricane Maria. Through Dec. 9. bananafactory.org.
BETHLEHEM HOUSE GALLERY, 459 Main St., 610-4196262. Holiday Show: Featured artists Frank Smith, Khalil Allaik, Ward Van Haute, Anthony Viscardi, Al Johnson, Cheryl Elmo. Through Jan. 12. bethlehemhousegallery.com.
BETHLEHEM TOWN HALL ROTUNDA GALLERY ,10E. Church St., Lehigh Valley Photography Club: Juried members feature nature and travel photographs. Through Dec. 6. bfac-lv.org.
BRADBURY-SULLIVAN LBGT COMMUNITY CENTER, 522 W. Maple St., Allentown. 610-347-9988. Channeling Rage: Recent paintings by Liz Bradbury. Through Dec. 28. bradburysullivancenter.org.
BRANDYWINE RIVER MUSEUM, 1 Hoffman’s Mill Road, Chadds Ford. 610-388-2700. Winslow Homer: Photography and the Art of Painting: 50 paintings, prints, watercolors and drawings from major periods of the artist’s career. Through Feb. 17. brandywine.org. CENTER FOR VISUAL RESEARCH, MILLER FAMILY BUILDING, CEDAR CREST COLLEGE, 100 College
Drive, Allentown. Unseen: Prints and mixed media work of Jase Clark. Through Jan. 2. cedarcrest.edu.
DR. JEFFREY GROVE, 184 Main St., Emmaus. 610-9674600. Jill Stanley: Through Dec. 31.
FOX OPTICAL AND GALLERY, 28 E. Third St., Bethlehem. 610-332-2400. Farmland Series: Images by Calvin Finley of Lehigh Valley farmland. Through Dec. 29. foxoptical.com.
THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, 222 N. 20th St., Philadelphia. 215-449-1200. Vikings: Beyond the Legend: Explore the Viking Age through 600 artifacts never before seen in North America, reconstructed ships, interactive components, and augmented reality experiences. Through March 3. fi.edu.
THE GALLERY AT ST. JOHN’S, 330 Ferry St., Easton. 610-258-6119. Holiday Art Show: Fine art and fine art crafts by regional artists. Closing reception, noon-3 p.m. Dec. 16. stjohnseaston.org.
GALLERY AT THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER,
702 N. 22nd St., Allentown. 610-435-371. David Lee and Todd Wilkinson: Watercolors by Lee and photography by Wilkinson. Through Jan. 4. lvjcc.org. GOGGLEWORKS CENTER FOR THE ARTS, 201 Washington St., Reading. 610-374-4600. 14th Annual Goggleworks Studio Artist Exhibition: Emerging and established artists. Through Jan. 6. goggleworks.org. JAMES A. MICHENER ART MUSEUM, 138 S. Pine St., Doylestown. 215-340-9800. 30 Years: Art at the Michener, 1988-2018: Commemorates the legacies, explores the stories behind the art and the collectors, and celebrates the generosity of individuals to transfer private collections into the public trust. Through Jan. 6. Frank Hyder: The Janis Project: A dozen large-scale double-face inflatable sculptures of heads. Also, watercolors made during and in response to Hyder’s journey around the world. Through Feb. 23. Leslie Pontz:
LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, MAIN GALLERY, ZOELLNER ARTS CENTER, 420 E. Packer Ave., Bethlehem. 610758-6880. The Teaching Museum: Selections from the Permanent Collection: Works by Pierre Bonnard, Margaret Bourke-White, Albrecht Durer, Wifredo Lam, Charles Burchfield, Jasper Johns, Diane Arbus, Jacob Lawrence, Robert Mapplethorpe, Matisse, and more. Through Dec. 9. luag.org.
LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, RAUCH BUSINESS CENTER GALLERY, 621 Taylor St., Bethlehem. 610-758-6880. The Future is Female: Prints by Women Artists: Contemporary women artists in the LUAG Teaching Museum permanent collection, including Faith Ringgold, Janet Fish, Maud Morgan, Matsubara Naoko, Francoise Gilot, Nancy Spero, Marisol Escobar, Bridget Riley, Carmen Herrera, Belkis Ayon, and Kathe Kollwitz. Through Dec. 8. luag.org.
LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, SIEGEL GALLERY, Iacocca Hall, Mountaintop Campus, Bethlehem. 610-758-6880. Peter Berg: Labyrinths: Berg’s monumental abstract drawings. Through Dec. 7. luag.org.
LEHIGH VALLEY HERITAGE MUSEUM, 432 W. Walnut St., Allentown. 610-435-1074. How the Lehigh Valley Changed America: Contributions from the foundations of our nation to present. Through June 1. lehighvalleyheritagemuseum.org.
LIBERTY BELL MUSEUM, 622 W. Hamilton St., Allentown. 610-4354232. George Creegan: The Man Behind the Mouse: Celebrates the life and work of George Creegan (1936-2018), the creator of Pip the Mouse. “Pip the Mouse Before Christmas” puppet show runs through Dec. 31. Through Dec. 31. libertybellmuseum.org.
LUTHER CREST RETIREMENT COMMUNITY, 800 Hausman Road, South Whitehall Township. 610-3918202. Catherine Rhoades: Through Dec. 31.
MERCER MUSEUM, 84 S. Pine St., Doylestown. 215-345-0210. Once Upon a Time: Exploring the
World of Fairy Tales: Step inside the larger-than life pages of fairy tales from around the globe including “Cinderella,” “Beauty and the Beast,” and “Jack and the Beanstalk.” Through Jan. 6. mercermuseum.org.
MUHLENBERG COLLEGE, MARTIN ART GALLERY, 2400 W. Chew St., Allentown. 484-664-3467. In Focus: David Mann’s large oil/alkyld works. Through Jan. 2. Filters and Dolphin Sounds: Claudia Bitrans paintings, video and animation works that identify and break down filters that are commonly used in online sharing dynamics. Artist talk
2825 Fish Hatchery Road, Salisbury Township. 610-797-2121. The Great Native American Toolkit: Prehistoric stone tools and pottery used by the ancient Native American cultures. Mystery Unearthed: The Extraordinary Story of Two Lenape Rock Shelters: Southwest Pennsylvania shelters. Treading Lightly Around Prehistoric Digs: 1980s I-78 Southern Corridor Project. museumofindianculture.org. NATIONAL CANAL MUSEUM,
2750 Hugh Moore Park, Easton. 610-923-3548. Powering America: Pennsylvania’s Anthracite Railroads: Examines the interconnected development of the anthracite coal industry and railroads through photographs, maps, artifacts and video focusing on an HO-gauge model railroad display featuring locomotives and railcars of the anthracite lines. Through Dec. 23. Frank Wyso: The Coal Connection: Paintings and sculptures document the tools and working conditions of the anthracite coal mines of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Through Dec. 23. canals.org.
NEW ARTS PROGRAM, 173 W. Main St., Kutztown. 610-683-6440. The Project Wall: Lost Found Free: Lindsay Fort’s images of roadside refuse and handmade signs taken along her commuter route. The “lost” part are pictures documenting “Lost Dog” signs. Through Dec. 16. Works from 1968-2018: Sculpture and Project Images: Patricia Johanson multidisciplinary designs combine art, ecology, landscaping and functional infrastructure. Through Dec. 16. newartsprogram.org.
NEW HOPE ARTS, 2 Stockton Ave., New Hope. 215-862-9506. Works on Wood: Fine furniture, sculptural forms and vessels by contemporary artists from around the nation. Through Jan. 6. newhopearts.org. NORTHAMPTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE, COMMUNICATIONS HALL, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township. Waiting
Still: Photographs by Nicolas Bowen. Through Dec. 15. northampton.edu..
NORTHAMPTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MONROE, DUNNING GALLERY, 2411 Route 715, Tannersville. 610-861-5336. Rescue Dog: 30 artists showcase work in a variety of media, from oil painting to watercolor, photographs and more. Annual National Endowment for the Humanities exhibit held in conjunction with the college’s annual humanities theme: “Humanities Best Friend: Dogs and the Human Saga.” Through Jan. 4. northampton.meritpages.com. NURTURE NATURE CENTER, 518 Northampton St., Easton. 610-2534432. Perspectives 5: Art on Environment: 20 artists and writers take a closer look at environmental issues inspired and informed by NOAA’s Science on Sphere. Through Jan. 12. nurturenaturecenter.org.
PAYNE GALLERY, MORAVIAN COLLEGE, 99 W. Church St., Bethlehem. 610-861-1491. Picture This: Payne Gallery 1998-2018: Two recently conserved artworks: the debut issue of Stieglitz’s Camera Work (1903) which features the hand-signed photographs of Gertrude Kasebier, the first important woman photographer in America, as well as a Moravian alumna; and several drawings from a rare cache of 19th-century flower studies produced by the students of Nazareth Hall, the companion boys school to Moravian’s girls school. Through Jan. 13. moravian.edu.
PEDERSEN GALLERY, 17 N. union St., Lambertville, N.J. 609-397-1332. Visions of Chaos and Order:
Franz Joseph Ponstingl. Through Dec. 23. pedersengallery.com. PENN STATE-LEHIGH VALLEY, COMMUNITY GALLERY, 2809 Saucon Valley Road, Center Valley. 610-285-5261. The Morning Call Amateur Scholastic Digital Photography Contest: Middle and high school students. Through Dec. 15. lehighvalley.psu.edu. PENNYPACKER MILLS, Five Haldeman Road, Schwenksville. 610-287-9349. The Gilded Age of Christmas Exhibit: Antique Christmas ornaments of the early 20th century. Through Jan. 6. montcopa.org.
POCONO ARTS COUNCIL ,18N. Seventh St., Stroudsburg. 570-4764460. Holiday Store: Members of the Pocono Chapter of the Pa. Guild of Craftsmen show and sell ceramics, jewelry, metal, glass, fiber and more. Through Jan. 4. poconoarts.org.
RE:FIND’S GALLERY ON THE WALK, 645 W. Hamilton St., Allentown. 610-841-4866. Gregory Coates: Paintings. “Sacred Place (Contemplation, Consideration, Individuality).” Through Dec. 2. READING PUBLIC MUSEUM, 500 Museum Road, 610-371-5850. Across the Atlantic: American Impressionism through the French Lens: Examines the complex relationship between French Impressionism of the 1870s and ’80s and the American interpretation of the style in the decades that followed. Through Jan. 20. Dinosaurs in Motion: Blends science, art, and innovation with 14 fully interactive, recycled life-size metal dinosaur sculptures created by North Carolina artist John Payne. Through Jan. 6. Sign of the Times: The Great American Political Poster 1844-2012: History of political campaigns. Through Jan. 19. readingpublicmuseum.org. RONALD K DE LONG GALLERY AT PENN STATE- LEHIGH VALLEY, 2809 Saucon Valley Road, Center Valley. 610-285-5261. Between Silence and Light: Charles Stonewall’s conceptual photographs that touch on social circumstances and voices that are less heard. Through Dec. 15. lehighvalley.psu.edu.
SIGAL MUSEUM, 342 Northampton St., Easton. 610-253-1222. The Cat’s Meow: Period music, fashion, movies, design and the everyday life of a Lehigh Valley resident during an era of rapid change. Through July 29. Sign Language: Protest Passion and Politics: Documentary photographer Ed Eckstein captures the immediacy and timelessness of modern protest with a series that focuses on the powerful signage created to voice dissent and sway public opinion. Through Jan. 6. sigalmuseum.org.
STUDIO B ART GALLERY, 39A E. Philadelphia, Boyertown. 610-5637879. Diverse Elements: Paintings by Sandra and Bob Wood and 3D sculptures by Daniel Schlenker and Bob Hakum. Through Dec. 2. studiobb.org.
WILLIAMS CENTER GALLERY, LAFAYETTE COLLEGE, 317 Hamilton St, Easton. 610-330-5361. William Wegman: Instant Miami: Witty and whimsical photographs of Havana nightlife juxtaposed against the ordinary. Through Dec. 8. galleries.lafayette.edu.
‘Autumn Birches’ by Ben Marcune is among his works in ‘Legacy: The Art of Ben Marcune’ through Dec. 30 at The Snow Goose Gallery in Bethlehem. An opening reception is 1-5 p.m. today. Marcune, who had studios in Bethlehem and Bucks County, died March 3, and left a legacy of sculptures, portraits of public figures and performing artists and landscape paintings.