The VMFA Artmobile is coming to Gloucester! We are excited to welcome back VFMA on the Road. The Artmobile will be here for our First Friday Exhibit “A Journey From Realism to Abstraction” on Friday, November 6th from 5-8pm as well as Saturday, November 7th, from 10am-4pm, right next to Arts on Main.
A View from Home: Landscapes of Virginia features paintings, photographs, woodblock prints, and engravings from the museum’s permanent collection that explore the diversity and beauty of the Commonwealth’s natural realms. The collection showcases artists of various styles and periods, including O.Winston Link, Edward Beyer, George H. Benjamin Johnson and Adèle Clark.
For the duration of the COVID-19 crisis, the Artmobile gallery may accommodate up to 10 people, students and adults included, for 15-minute visits. All staff and visitors are required to wear masks.
For more information on the VMFA Artmobile. Free and open to the public. Masks are required to enter the Artmobile.
It is because of the partnership between the Cook Foundation and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, that the Artmobile is coming to Gloucester. Thank you to The Cook Foundation for bringing this amazing exhibit to the community.