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What a wonderful gallery! Monthly exhibits, fabulous gift shop full of local artisans. The gallery has artists-in-residence. Not to be missed in the Blue Ridge town of Waynesboro, VA., just off I-64. Good local restaurants near by.
Wonderful Art Gallery - always interesting shows - sometimes a youth group but most often an outstanding show by a Virginia Artist. Ceramic, glass, paintings - the shows vary throughout the year and are never a disappointment. My latest visit was with family from out...More
One of my favorite "viewing" and shopping places. Typically there is a new show opening once a month (this month it's their "40 Under 40" - encouraging younger artists.
I went to the opening this last Saturday evening and there were some real winners that...More
A lovely size that exhibits truly noteworthy art. I've been two times in the last 6 months and have enjoyed seeing the talents of local artists, the exhibited pieces as well as the artist at work in their studios. A lovely gift shop and a...More
What a great stop. Rotating exhibits every few months. Welcoming artists with studios upstairs. Friendly greeters and gift shop. My kids enjoyed the class they took on a Saturday morning. Unique experiences for all.
The SVAC is a members gallery of local and regionally known artists and crafts people to display their works and offer them for sale. People who visit are treated to an eclectic mix of media, methods, and abilities reflected in the items being shown....a member...More
SVAC does a great job of showcasing national and local talent, offering quality crafts for sale, sponsoring workshops and special programs. The new space on Main Street will expand these offerings and make more rented studio space available.
I love the SVAC. They offer wonderful exhibits in the main gallery. Members also have the opportunity to exhibit work as well, and there are studios upstairs (in the building on Wayne Ave.) that are open for the public to explore as they visit. The...More