Green Art & Jackson Hawk

Jackson Hawk:
Snoozin’ Muse began in 1989 when Jackson Hawk moved to Lancaster County from Philadelphia. He had been showing his non-objective paintings in Philadelphia for 4 years and had landed a spot in Philadelphia’s Art Now exhibition as well as showing work at Day by Day Gallery and The North Star. Upon arriving in Lancaster he discovered a way to use his non-objective style to portray Lancaster County’s rich and vibrant landscape. This led to placing in the Murray Art Competition, winning a place in the traveling exhibition and opening doors to shows at the Doshi Center for Contemporary Art in Harrisburg and local shows in Lancaster PA. Jackson exhibited work with New Art Voices several times and has been a regular participant in the Lancaster Art Walks. 


Four Artists Go Green 

We are four professional artists who have each created a body of work focusing on GREEN, referring to both overall color and environmental concerns.

We create in a  variety of media: painting, collage, mixed media, and printmaking. 

Sandi Neiman Lovitz 

Linda Dubin Garfield 

Edna Santiago 

Florence Weisz 

The Color Green symbolizes nature and the natural world. 

The Color Green is the color of balance, harmony, growth and regeneration.

The Color Green embodies rich foliage, lush greenery, and vast landscapes.

The Color Green is a balancer of emotions, creating equilibrium between head and heart. 

The Color Green brings with it a sense of hope, compassion, health, adventure, and renewal.

The Color Green reminds us to pause and breathe deeply, and be nurtured by Mother Earth.