LALO SOCIETY EVENT ALL INVITED

OCTOBER 29, 2016

We will have a Party, Reception and Art Event on October 29, 2016, from 2-5pm at the Warehouse Art Gallery in Luray, VA.

Several LALO artists’ works will be on display, continuing through December, 2016.

The show is free and open to the public as well as LALO members. Artworks to be shown will include many interpretations and portrayals, from the traditional to the abstract: painting, pastels, sculpture and photographs.

Let Art Live On(LALO Inc) has postponed the all-media show “Autum’s Patchwork Quilt,” until Fall 2017.

Watch for the Spring 2017 show “Blossoms of Spring.”

October 22, 7 pm until…….

 Warehouse Art Gallery $15 at the door 

Fundraiser for the Warehouse Art Gallery

4 Live musical groups playing round robin

Then, I groovy DJ for dancing

Scott Christopher Murray –  Grammy nominated Singer/Songwriter from deep in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley.

Marilee Eitner – Singer songwriter “Marilee” has been performing her original music for the past twenty years, and is a fan favorite in and around the Greenwich City club scene and throughout New York City.

Felicia Housden – Mixed bag of classic rock, female artists, & new music; easy listening.

Stephen Adler – Adler has shared a stage with:  Poco, Blood Sweat and Tears, Toni Orlando, Glen Campbell, Max Davis and others. He describes his style as “the American Song Book, a soul singer that loves swing and country”. 

Eva Weber Group– Standard Trio playing progressive instrumental jazz.

Print Flyer here: Dance Party Flyer

Celebration of Life

  • Scott Christopher Murray – Grammy nominated Singer/Songwriter from deep in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley.
  • Marilee Eitner – Singer songwriter “Marilee” has been performing her original music for the past twenty years, and is a fan favorite in and around the Greenwich City club scene and throughout New York City.In addition to having a “co-write” credit on a Fox production major motion movie for one of her songs, she has also appeared on both CBS and Fox news channels. Marilee was honored by being chosen as one of the few performers to grace the stage at Woodstock New York for the 30th anniversary of that historic festival at the original site.For the past two years Marilee has been working as a sound engineer in a local recording studio while writing material and preparing to embark on a number of live appearances in the fall of 2016. Her driving acoustic guitar work, haunting lyrics, and sweet raspy vocals makes her a “must see” performer and artist you don’t want to miss.
  • Mokey & Friends – Easy listening rock.
  • Stephen Adler – sang his first pro gig at the age of 10, on the Perry Como TV hour. While in high school, he recorded several singles and performed on American Bandstand.He later joined three other singers and recorded an album on A&M – Punch and another on Bell Records – Sonoma. Adler has shared a stage with: Poco, Blood Sweat and Tears, Toni Orlando, Glen Campbell, Max Davis and others. Adler describes his style as “the American Song Book, a soul singer that loves swing and country”. Now, he frequently performs in our Shenandoah Valley.
  • Eva Weber Group– Standard Trio playing progressive instrumental jazz.

Music Extravaganza Benefit for ChoicesPlan to attend this Delightful Evening of Continuous Live Music & Light Refreshments

Featuring

  • Time – 60’s/70’s Popular
  • Stephen Adler – Swing
  • Scott Murray – Folk
  • Denny Toyy – Jazz

Cash Bar

Sales & a Silent Auction

  • A donated array of arts, crafts,
  • Vintage fashion, handcrafted artisan goods and one-of-a-kind treasures.
  • 10% off all Gallery artwork plus 10% goes to Choices

Cheese and Fruit

Choices provides free services to victims of physical or emotional abuse; Serves as a confidential resource and safe haven to those affected; Prevents it through public awareness and education.

Saturday, October 17, 2015
Warehouse Art Gallery
15 Campbell Street, Luray VA 22835
7:00-10:00 PM

Sponsored by the Luray Mindfulness Group of FOCUS

New Exhibits:

Bark baskets by Donald Liscomb.

Great selection of acrylic paintings by Chris Odell-Ferguson.

Pottery, baskets, and lavender soaps by Brenda Fairweather.

There will be music at the Warehouse Saturday afternoon, during the “Festival of Spring.”
  • 1:00 to 3:00 pm – Countryside Garage Band, 60’s/70’s blues/jazz/standards.
  • 3:00 to 5:00 pm – Denny Toyy and Friends, Jazz.
Please plan to stop by with friends and enjoy some good music.
Our new hours are now in effect. Come for a visit to the Warehouse Art Gallery in Luray, VA soon
Monday through Friday, 12 – 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday 11 am – 5 pm

Brrrrrr…it sure is cold. But we have some excellent exhibits in the gallery right now. Hopefully spring is just around the corner.

  • Sculpture exhibit by Luray artist Donald Liscomb.
  • Exhibit of oil and pastel landscape paintings by Luray Artist KC Werner.
  • Exhibit of Watercolor paintings by Madison artist Mack Rowe.

Remember, Our Winter Hours are:

  • Open Tuesday, Thursday
  • Saturday 12-5 pm
  • Sunday 2-5 pm

newYes, our website now has a refreshed and updated design. Thank you to John Lineberger for the new logo!

You will also notice our new URL: WarehouseArtGallery.com, with this link you can now find us more easily.

We hope you like the new look! We’ll be adding more information and sections soon.

We hope you stop by the Warehouse Art Gallery in Luray,VA and see all the wonderful artwork we have in the gallery.

Thanks to Eleanor Ames for doing the new site for us.