Freiman Stoltzfus Gallery
In the heart of downtown Lancaster’s Gallery Row, you can find paintings, sculptures, prints, and drawings by Lancaster native Freiman Stoltzfus.
The painting above, Vivaldi Spring, is inspired by Freiman’s favorite works of music. Music has long been at the core of his work as he balances harmonies of color, rhythm, and composition.
Freiman was raised in the Amish-Mennonite community, where hard work and pragmatism are favored over artistic expression. With the unwavering support of his mother, he began accepting commissions as a pre-teen, and in the following years opened his first gallery in Intercourse, PA. His many passions include Gothic architecture, Amish quilt design, literature, and nature as expressed in four seasons.
After living and studying in Europe and in New York, Freiman returned in 2011 and became part of Lancaster’s dynamic creative community. He has exhibited in France, Switzerland, and New York, and is represented in collections in the U.S. and abroad. Freiman Soltzfus Gallery is located at 142 North Prince Street.