ARTIST ELIGIBILITY AND CRITERIA

• Artists accepted to display and sell in the gallery on an ongoing basis are expected become members of the...

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MEMBERSHIP

2020 Membership application and payment are being accepted NOW!Membership runs from January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020 Opportunities exist...

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VOLUNTEERS

Our Gallery welcomes visitors from both the local area, and from all over the world. We need people to greet...

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CONTACT

On the Hill Gallery 402 Main Street Yorktown, VA 23690 (757) 369-1108 See modified hours on Main Page MON: Closed...

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On the Hill Gallery

Annual Members Meeting

Annual Membership Meeting February 21, 2020 at 6 pm.

Gallery Winter Hours

CLOSED MONDAYS

February 1st – March 31st we begin Tuesday-Saturday 11 am-4 pm  and Sundays 11 am – 4 pm

April 1st starts normal hours: Tues – Sat 11 am to 5 pm.  

Yorktown Community Plant Sale Artist Invitation 2020

Fri. and Sat., May 8 & 9 – YORKTOWN PLANT SALE, 9 AM to 3 PM Friday and 9 AM – 1 PM Saturday 

This plant sale is sponsored by the Celebrate Yorktown Committee. Yorktown Onions, perennials, and more will be for sale, there will be speakers on gardening topics, botanic artists from On the Hill Gallery, a local Idea Garden will be open, and “Gently-Used” Garden Treasure Market, including gardening books.  Yorktown Master Gardeners will be on hand to assist and advise. At Yorktown Baptist Church. 703.581.7308

The Yorktown Community Plant Sale sponsored as a fundraiser for Celebrate Yorktown Committee is giving botanic artists from On the Hill Gallery the opportunity of participating in their event. If you plein air paint, you are invited to come and set up an easel and paint. There will be views of the sale, a local Idea Garden, and plenty of botanical samples that could inspire your painting. If you photograph nature, you are invited. If you have cards with botanical images, you may set up your cards. Artists will be allowed to set up their works, promote their work, and sell work independent from the sale, but as it is a fundraiser, you are asked to make a 10% donation to CYC from your sales. You may sell your works throughout the two days of the sale. All set-up and display materials will be the responsibility of the artists.

No pressure. My idea is the community would enjoy witnessing art being created around the theme of gardens and nature and your work would be a good promotion for On the Hill Gallery and how we support the community. 

The money made from the sale goes to the Celebrate Yorktown Committee, which is where some of our grants for education come from. This is not a “huge-huge” event but is a fun place to connect and contribute to your community.

Please contact contributing gallery member, Tenley Raithel, Yorktown Community Plant Sale coordinator, if you are interested in participating at the sale. tmraithel@gmail.com 703-581-7308

One more thing: At the Plant Sale, the Gallery is also interested in supporting a community art project or Make and Take. If you are interested in helping out with this, please contact Tenley as well.