On Saturday, Oct. 2, the yearly Plein Air celebration “Paint the City Greene” will see artists accumulating to paint out of doors views of historic Stanardsville and the surrounding parts. A reception and awards ceremony will abide by. For a lot more details or to sign-up, go to artguildofgreene.org/paint-the-city-greene.
Commencing in 2022, the guild will host quarterly art receptions at Stanardsville Station on Major Street, with speakers and foodstuff and fellowship. If intrigued in presenting or volunteering to assistance with meals, get in touch with (434) 260-6708 or [email protected]
Guild Treasurer Vyvyan Rundgren, who is credited with forming the Blue Ridge Barn Quilt Path in Greene County, gave a transient update on the undertaking.
“The path in Greene County is today—as it has been for nearly a year—the most significant in Virginia,” Rundgren mentioned. “We have 148 barn quilts on display.”
Barn quilts are the wooden plywood boards exhibited on barns, sheds, fences and yards during the county, painted with a quilt style and design and coated in weatherproof sealant to secure versus the components. Maps of the quilt path are obtainable at the county people centre or by going to www.exploregreene.com/discover/barn-quilt-trail.