WHAT’S HAPPENING IN JUNE WITH FALL ART TOUR VENUES AND ARTISTS!
Come on out to Rappahannock County this month to enjoy all our beautiful corner of Virginia has to offer!
This month, we have new exhibitions opening, an online retrospective of a Tour artist’s work, a pbs documentary about one of our artists, pop-up sops, and more. All our galleries are open, and June is a gorgeous month to come out to the country to enjoy our stunning views and beautiful weather while strolling our small towns, enjoying a wine tasting at one of our many award-winning wineries, eating at our locally-owned restaurants, sampling our local distilleries and microbreweries, and supporting our local shops!
So many wonderful things to see and do; make it a weekend and stay at one of our many lodging options! Our Plan Your Visit page has all the information you need.
Here’s what’s happening this month:
Click all images to open them in lightbox, all names are linked to their Tour pages for more information.
A new exhibition featuring work of painters Edmund Praybe and Kevin H. Adams,
and glass artist Diana Branscome
Exhibition: – June 4 – July 16, 2022
Gay Street Gallery
337 Gay Street
Washington VA 22747
Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Monday 10a-5p or by appointment 540-522-9688
More information on this exhibition here.
Featured Image: work by Edmund Praybe
Exhibition: May 20 – June 19, 2022
Middle Street Gallery
325A Middle Street
Washington, VA 22747
Gallery Hours: Friday – Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm
Come see the last exhibition at Middle Street Gallery’s current location, and hear about where they’re headed next.
Forging Art: Nol Putnam, Artist Blacksmith is a 30-minute video produced by fellow Rappahannock residents Tracy and Mathieu Mazza. Viewers will be transported inside White Oak Forge, where Putnam employs centuries-old techniques to make art out of iron and steel. Over four decades, Nol has bent metal into iconic pieces, like his trio of Gates for the West Crypt Columbarium at the Washington National Cathedral, his whimsical indoor sculptures, and colorful Poppies, in honor of the Farriers who served in WWI. Enjoy Putnam’s fascinating talk on art, mythology, and making metal move!
To view the PBS documentary visit MPT Presents | Forging Art: Nol Putnam, Artist Blacksmith | PBS.
“Of Darkness and Light”
May 19 – June 19, 2022
The Art Museum of the Americas in Washington DC, will be presenting an online exhibition, curated by Aneta Georgievska-Shine. Beginning May 19 and over a period of thirty days, you will have the opportunity to view images from the entire span of Neuhaus’ career on several social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram.
Local glass artists have made these fused glass flag pins to support our friends in Ukraine. The attractive I Stand with Ukraine pins are $15 each. 100% of all sales are donated to Jose Andres’ World Central Kitchen. Available at Thornton River Art in Sperryville and Red Truck Bakery in Marshall.
Thornton River Art
36 Main Street
Sperryville, VA 22740
Red Truck Bakery
8368 W. Main Street
Marshall, VA 20115