We are excited to welcome Rachel Burchfield to the Wilson Downtown Gallery for the months of December and January. Come see her show of acrylic pour pieces and visit with the artist on Friday, January 4th for our First Fridays Artist Reception!
We are excited to welcome watermedia artist Susan Rosen to the Wilson Downtown Gallery for the months of October and November. Come see her show entitled "Etudes, Echos, Patterns and Divides" and visit with the artist on Friday, October 5th for our First Fridays Opening Reception!
We are excited to welcome photograpers Joe Fitzgerald and AJ Morey to the WDG for the months of August and September! More about their exhibit "Defy the Machine": “Machine” is a complex and versatile term, referring to a calculated assemblage of parts that together transmit force, motion and energy (transportation, factories, technology). Machine is a metaphor describing the way persons or systems work (methodical, relentless, efficient, tireless). Machines are part of our identity as a civilization, but it is an identity we struggle with and sometimes resist. These photographs capture how we defy, embrace or even create the machine
We are excited to host some of Allen Litten's favorite images in the Wilson Downtown Gallery in June and July! Allen Litten worked as a photojournalist for almost 54 years at the Daily News-Record and currently works as a freelance photographer for the Heritage Museum in Dayton and the Auxiliary Unit of the Harrisonburg Homes Team. Join us for our First Fridays Artist Reception June 1st from 5-8pm.
We are excited to welcome Karen Rosasco to the Wilson Downtown Gallery for the months of April and May. She is an award-winning watermedia artist who has been accepted to regional and national juried shows around the United States, Europe, and South America. She previously taught high school art for 30 years and helped students develop portfolios for the top design schools in the nation. She currently teaches private lessons in Waynesboro and leads workshops and "Art Escapes" where she escorts group painting and sketching tours around the world.
We are delighted to welcome Mallory Burrell, Chris Cohen, and Danielle Heckman to the Wilson Downtown Gallery for February and March! These first and second year MFA candidates from the School of Art, Design, and Art History have combined various mediums and themes to create INTERstate. Please join us for the First Fridays artist reception Friday March 2nd from 5-8pm.