The Gallery has Re-Opened by Appointment!
2 individuals will be allowed in at a time.
Social distancing is a must!
Visitors are required to:
-wear a mask
-use the hand sanitizer provided (outside the gallery entrance)
-provide your name and contact information (to be used for contact tracing for the visitor and AiM staff/volunteer in the event COVID 19 has been confirmed).
To visit the gallery, visitors must either call or email Sandy Danielson to request a specific date and time to gain entry.
Gallery: 540-687-6600 Cell: 540-270-6165
The Artists in Middleburg (AiM) is now in its 5th year of supporting our community!
Through our educational outreach, we have provided and will continue to provide art and cultural opportunities that are open to all.
Cultivates and challenges the development of the brain
to think critically and creatively.
Opens one's eyes to other viewpoints.
Encourages personal expression and growth.
Requires discipline to develop the tools needed to create.
Stimulates and inspires communication.
Encourages cultural awareness.
Is part of everyday life
Motivates continual education, in and out of the classroom...
Needless to say, art is vital to each and every one!
Spotlight on Artist
Mary Cornish is an exceptional artist, capturing the unique and dynamic body language of birds, horses, humans and more. Additionally, her work shows an attentiveness to the subtleties of the beautiful, rugged and dynamic landscapes she captures on canvas. Click the button below to learn more about Mary Cornish's work!
Your contributions will support and strengthen the local arts community by increasing the vitality, awareness, and appreciation of the arts.
“The mission of Artists in Middleburg is to nurture, develop, and provide arts educational opportunities for all, especially the youth, in our area utilizing our rich resource of local artists to teach and share their art. In so doing, AiM will support and strengthen the local arts community in Middleburg and the surrounding Piedmont area by increasing the vitality, awareness, and appreciation of the arts.”
As indicated by the National Endowment of the Arts (“NEA”), “American communities are strengthened through the arts.” AiM seeks to join what the NEA describes as “Communities across our nation…leveraging the arts and engaging design to make their communities more livable with enhanced quality of life, increased creative activity, a distinct sense of place, and vibrant local economies that together capitalize on their existing assets.”