Looking for something fun to do with your sweetie on Valentine's Day? Looking for an art-filled evening with friends? The Arts Council of the Valley is hosting the Cupid Crawl Fundraiser on Wednesday, February 14th starting at 5:00pm - an evening "crawl" with a handful of downtown art galleries, delicious food and drinks, and an optional free showing of a film at Court Square Theater afterwards! We at the Wilson Downtown Gallery are honored to be part of this amazing event! Read on for Jenny Burden's and Cate Bruns' thoughts on the Cupid Crawl!
The annual Veterans Day celebration in downtown Harrisonburg is always a special treat and an honor to be a part of. Our team is proud to open up our office during this special event to anyone who would like some free refreshments or to view the art currently displayed on our gallery walls by local artist, Brenda Hounshell. Take a look at the full lineup of events during the week and for the afternoon of Sunday November 12th!
We are so excited to have the accomplished and incredibly talented artist, Brenda Hounshell, display her artwork in the Wilson Downtown Gallery for the months of October and November. We so enjoyed having her last year, and are excited to see her new works this year! Make sure to stop in and see why we love her artwork so much!
We have new artists in our gallery space for August and September! Pamela Tittle and the artists from the Valley Art Project have created a show around the theme of eyes - from human to animal, Mickey Mouse to Harry Potter. Come join us for the First Fridays Art Opening September 1st from 5pm-8pm at the Wilson Downtown Gallery! There will be light refreshments!
We are so pleased to have Jennifer Lockard Connerley displaying her art in the Wilson Downtown Gallery for the second time! Though the subject matter has changed drastically, her eye-catching style of striking images and intricate detail remain the same. The aptly titled show, "Poultry House," is a show you'll want to catch!
We are privileged to have Amanda Dicken as our next artist in the Wilson Downtown Gallery. Her portraiture done with pen, watercolor, gouache, acrylic paint, and pastel is unique, eye-catching, and done with remarkable skill. This show is sure to draw you in and make you take a second look.