Cumberland Valley Arts & Antiques
P.O. Box 518
Carlisle, PA 17013
Come and see with your own eyes the best of Pennsylvania’s fine original art as well as traditional and contemporary crafts in the beautiful, historic Cumberland Valley of South Central Pennsylvania. The Galleries and studios of Carlisle, Boiling Springs, Mechanicsburg, New Cumberland and Shippensburg invite you to come explore the arts, scenery and history of our valley.
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I have a Pam Gaver signed and numbered print of “Burnside Bridge” 87/500, that will be going on a silent auction on August 5, 2012 at the Families of SMA Silent Auction.
I am a local freelance photographer and wondered if there are any borough rules, regulations or codes against taking photos in Boiling Springs.
I am mainly interested in the history and architecture of small towns, which I document in photography.
Previously I worked with a local photographer and I am now branching out on my own.
Road Trip Photog
I am not sure if PJ will see this comment and reply – but a sure bet for you would be to call the South Middleton Township and ask. I don’t personally know what any restrictions are… (beside common sense privacy and trespassing). Here is a link to the Township: http://www.smiddleton.com/
I’m not, but you might check with the Carlisle Arts Learning Center, 717-249-6973 or the Art Center School and Galleries in Mechanicsburg, 697-2072.
Does anyone in the area aware of works by the late Pam Gaver that are for sale?
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