We had a great turnout for the COLORS art exhibition. It will be on view until the end of October. We hope you will stop by and see all the art work on display. It’s even better in person!

Enjoy some photo and then come for a visit.

Page Valley Arts Council, Page County, Virginia in collaboration with the Warehouse Art Gallery, Luray, VA

Exhibit: “Color”, an all-mediums art exhibit, will be presented by the Page County Arts Council at the Warehouse Art Gallery, 15 Campbell Street, Luray, Virginia 22835, (540) 843-0200, September 29- October 31, 2018.

GENERAL GUIDELINES AND INFORMATION

  1. Application deadline: August 31, 2018
  2. Media: photography, painting, mixed media, sculpture, and any other visual art forms
  3. All entries must have been produced in the last two years and fit within the theme “Color”
  4. Maximum dimensions: 60 X 60 x 60, call Warehouse for exceptions
    Works to be delivered to the Warehouse 12-5pm on Wednesday or Thursday, September 26/27. Contact Warehouse for exceptions
  5. Promotion: Artist agrees that the Page Valley Arts Council may use images of the artwork for promotion
  6. About the Venue: Page County is home to a large and diverse community of artists. The Arts Council provides weekly events and activities for art enthusiasts, as well as several major events throughout the year. The Warehouse Art Gallery, in operation for more than 15 years, appeals to local art enthusiasts as well as the many tourists who visit Luray, a leisure and tourist destination 15 minutes from Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park. Luray is the site of the world-famous Luray Caverns.
  7. Exhibition Opening Reception: Saturday, September 29, 2:00-4:00 pm
  • Benefits to Participating Artists:
    • Online, downloadable catalog including images of work
    • Exhibition at a gallery that features high levels of foot traffic and purchases by a local and national and international tourist audience
    • First prize $500, 2nd prize $300, 3rd prize $100, viewers choice $100
    • Increased visibility of artist’s name and artwork through:
    • Press announcements
    • Promotion on websites and social media platforms associated with the Art Warehouse Art Gallery and the Page Valley Arts Council.

How to apply: Complete the application below. Email to lurayart@gmail.com
Application fee: $35. Submit your fee by Paypal.

Please attach your payment receipt to your application. Or mail a check, payable to the Page Valley Arts Council, to PVAC, c/o Warehouse Art Gallery, 15 Campbell Street, Luray, VA 22835.

 Call for Art Show Entries 


Fill out this form and submit. Then come back and pay for your $35 Registration Fee.

ART SHOW APPLICATION FORM

Thank you for submitting your registration form.

APPLICATION ATTACHMENTS (Required)
1.) A maximum of three images with a full description of each work including title, dimensions, and media. Please keep images to 72-150 dpi.
2.) Artist statement, one page maximum
3.) This form
4.) Artist resumé or cv
5.) Application fee: $35.00

One Page Maximum



Here are some weekly events taking place in Luray and Page County. Check back often for schedule additions and changes.

 

For complete details, click on each locations link.Explore the Arts

Fall Valley Arts October 2018 Schedule

Demonstrations & Classes

Artist Demonstration & Live Music
Warehouse Art Gallery
Every Saturday, 12-3 PM

Come for part or all of the time. There is no fee but goodwill donations to help provide materials is welcomed. If you are interested in using the Art Warehouse facilities, please call 540-742-3620.

Artist Demonstration
Stevens Cottage – Town of Shenandoah
Second Saturday, 1-3 PM

Mixed Media Group
Shenandoah Moon
First & Third Thursday, 1-3 PM
Jewelry & Fiber Arts Classes

Studio Activities
Arts & Artisans Gallery
Second & Fourth Thursday, 1-3 PM

Evening Arts & Crafts Class
Hawksbill Trading Company
Third Thursday, 6-8 PM

Special Events

Festival of the Arts – April – Page Valley Arts Council

Festival of Spring – May – Town of Luray:

Memorial Festival & Parade – May –Town of Shenandoah

Shenandoah Homecoming – July – Town of Stanley

Blackberry Delight – July
Apple Butter Festival – September
Shenandoah National Park

 Bluegrass Festival – September – Luray VFW

Heritage Festival – October – Fairgrounds

Page Valley Arts Council Christmas Mart at Performing Arts – Luray – December

Music & Performances

Arts & Artisans Gallery
Live Music – Fourth Saturday, 8-10 PM

Performing Arts Luray
One of the Top Regional Venues for Music, Plays, and More

Shenandoah National Park – April – November
Daily Live Music at Skyland & Big Meadows

Town of Luray – May – August
Evenings on Main Summer Concerts

Trackside Theater:
Community Theater for the Whole Family

The Speakeasy at the Mimslyn Inn 
Live Music Four Evenings a Week

Wisteria Farm & Vineyard  May-October
Music Under the Arbor

For complete details, click on each locations link.

The Warehouse Art Gallery is pleased to announce the 2018 All County School Art Show which will run for the next two weekends….April 14 and April 21.  There will be a reception held at the Gallery on Sunday April 15 from 2 – 4pm.

Please join us to support our Page County Young Artists!

Congratulations to jewelry artist  Kate Costello. She had two pieces which won awards in the 55th Annual Needlework show at Woodlawn Plantation.

This one received the blue ribbon for Adult Original Beadwork.

It has the end of a bullet as the focal point of the smaller component The larger component is an agate that I just liked it colors with the bullet. Gotta have fringe and the forever twist made a great necklace

This piece is made using a crazy straw as the curve at the bottom of the piece also supports the tassel. I used a chenille stitch. The upper portion is a peyote twist stitch. Both have the same two color beads. I love the different effect I got. The tassel also uses those two colors but the addition of a faceted gold bead in the center of the loops added a bit of sparkle the stone agate beads added just the right amount of interest.

Festival of the Arts in Downtown Luray VAPROGRAM OF EVENTS

Scheduled Events

Friday, March 23: 7-10 pm

Performing Arts Luray – Round Robin Music Sampler- (Suggested donation $5)

  • Denny Toyy Jazz Ensemble : Jazz featuring harmonica soloist Denny Toyy
  • Stephen Adler & Keith Traylor: 60’s Rock, Heart & Soul
  • Wendy Rome: Folk Music, 50’s Classics, 60’s Rock, Heart & Soul
  • Chris Jenkins: Classical guitar tradition, drawing  on the past and present

Saturday, March 24:

11:000 am: Performing Arts Luray: Inspiring Dreams Dance Studio Performance
11:30 am – 1:00 pm: Page Public Library: Make and take your own special bookmark!

7-10 pm: Performing Arts Luray Round Robin Music Sampler (Suggested donation $5)

  • Eva Weber Band: Three piece band original instrumental quiet music
  • Molly McWhorter: Original interpretations of an eclectic blend of songs
  • Putter Cox: Plays guitar, mandolin and bass. Americana/Roots Genre
  • Lee Blanton: American Folk/Blues – Songs range from 1800’s to 1930’s Blues

1-4 pm: Trackside Theater  Authors Reading Their Works

  • Jordan Isa Bradley
  • Carrie Campbell
  • Cathy Herbert
  • Jack Greer
  • Donald Liscomb
  • Morgan Phenix
  • Jas Rutt
  • Stewart Willis
  • Paul Woods

Sunday, March 25: 1:00 pm

Performing Arts Luray

  • 12:00 – 1:30 pm: Shenandoah Valley Civil War Dancers
  • 2:00 pm: Shenandoah Valley Cloggers

Trackside Theater- Authors—Reading their works

  • Jordan Isa Bradley
  • Carrie Campbell
  • Cathy Herbert
  • Jack Greer
  • Donald Liscomb
  • Morgan Phenix
  • Jas Rutt
  • Stewart Willis
  • Keith Traylor: Background Music

On-Going Events

Saturday, March 24: 10am – 5pm

Sunday, March 25: 11am – 4pm

Arts & Artisans Gallery

Instructional videos by master artist Burton Silverman & exhibit of his
paintings from the Gallery’s private  collection. Acoustic guitar & vocals by Lee Brennan with James Helle.

Performing Arts Luray- Demonstrations: Fiber Arts & More

  • Aaron Bogner: Stained Glass
  • Frank Filipy: Fly Tying
  • Lisa Filipy: Crochet
  • Jennifer Orenic: Jewelry
  • Jennifer Westoff: Leather Jewelry
  • Jill McCauley: Needle Arts
  • Patti Price: Needlefelting
  • Susan Rocke: Jewelry
  • Mary Ellen Smith: Spinning
  • Julia Verba: Baskets
  • Jennifer Westoff: Leather Jewelry
  • Wooly Women: Weaving (floor, lap and inkle looms), Spinning (wheel & supported spindle), Piecing (hand-crank sewing machine), Hand
    Quilting, Knitting, Knitted Lace, Crochet, Felting.

1-4 pm: Trackside Theater  Authors Reading Their Works

Warehouse Art Gallery- Artists Demonstrations/Assorted Media

  • Chris Anderson: Jewelry
  • Virginia Carey: Stained Glass
  • Loree Fisher: Pet Portraits
  • John Fisher: Clay Sculpture
  • Happy the Artist: Sketch Portraits
  • Bobbie Greer: Ceramics
  • Clyde Jenkins: Oak Baskets
  • Colton Jewel: Guitar Maker
  • Scott Hillman: Acrylics
  • Donald Liscomb: Baskets
  • Cathie Miranda: Ceramics
  • Wolfgang Neudorfer: Oils
  • Wendy Rome: Stone Sculpture
  • Gary Saylor: Watercolors
  • Bette Schmidt: Ceramics
  • Ben Somberg: Photography
  • Gene Sullivan: Graphic Art
  • Kathy Werner: Oils
  • Justin Wheelock: Drawings
  • Hill & Valley Garden Club: Floral Design
  • High School Up & Coming Artists: “Make & Take” Spin Art
  • Background Music by:  Wendy Rome, Molly McWhorter,  Stephen Adler, Keith Traylor, John Fisher,Denny Toyy, The Art of Sound

For more information, contact:

  • Jim Mayes, 540-742-3620, lurayart@gmail.com
  • Cathie Miranda, 540-578-4756, cmpotterylady@yahoo.com
  • Susan Rocke, 540-683-0295, info@shenandoahmoon.com