‘Adventures in Color and Travel’ at Middle St.
The Middle Street Gallery in the Town of Washington will hold an exhibition of works, titled Adventures in Color and Travel, by the photographer Paulo Neuhaus, from April 8 to May 15. The artist will be at the gallery between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. on April 9 and 30. Other members of the arts cooperative will show works there as well.
In other news, the gallery, a nonprofit artists co-operative, is sad to report that the building that it has occupied for many years has been sold and must be vacated by the end of June. Members are searching for a new location.
The Middle Street Gallery began life in 1981 in the Clopton House across from its present location. In 1983, the founder, Dan Lewis, moved the gallery and his framing shop across the street to its present location next to The Inn at Little Washington, to a building that dates to the 1740s and is thought to be the oldest building in the town.
The gallery, middlestreetgallery.org and (540) 675-1313, is open Fri., Sat., and Sun. from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.