November First Friday
November 5 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Joe Gyurcsak: “Recent Works/ Inside and Out“
First Friday is November 5th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm.
The exhibit will be on display November 5 – November 28.
Mr. Gyurcsak paints a broad range of subject matter including interiors, still life, figure and landscape painting. He has a keen sense for capturing the essence of his subject matter with a
bold and candid approach. He exhibits in galleries across the country his award winning paintings continue to pique the interest of collectors nationwide.
Live Music will be provided by St. Juliens Creek Revival.
Formed in 2016 out of Norfolk, the members of Saint Juliens Creek Revival were brought together through the local bluegrass music picking circles. The band’s mission is to engage the local community in roots music by bringing an eclectic mixture of folk, Americana, bluegrass, gospel, and original songs to its audiences. The varied backgrounds of its members provide a unique combination of musical styles that is both contemporary and steeped in tradition, with influences ranging from Appalachian ballads to European gypsy jazz to Rock & Roll.
First Friday is on November 5 from 6pm-8pm and is free and open to the public, Beer and wine available for purchase.
Thank you to our First Friday Sponsor
Carol Steele – Pocahontas Project
Arts on Main is proud to offer a wide variety of classes and workshops for both Children & Adults. Among these are Summer Camps for Kids, After School Enrichment Programs, Plein air workshops, Classes for oil/acrylic/pastels/watercolors/cold wax/drawing, Gallery Talks, Paint Nights, Weaving and Felting Classes, “Crit” Sessions, Open Studio, Glass Blowing and our much-touted First Friday Events each month to open our Monthly Exhibits! Check our website regularly for up to date offerings! If there is a class you would like us to offer, please call our Admin. Assistant, Blair Waters, and let her know. We appreciate all suggestions for new classes. Arts on Main complies with all current safety precautions regarding Covid-19.