The Art Gallery

of New Geneva

“Nurturing the Soul”

Mission Statement:

“The Art Gallery of New Geneva endeavors to honor the Master Creator by offering responsible artistic projects to the community. The hope is to educate, refresh, and encourage all who enter in through the blessings of the arts as God intended them to do.”

Philosophy & Worldview

The Art Gallery of New Geneva is a unique art institution in that it holds to a Biblical worldview of the arts and is not swayed necessarily by popular trends or the secular art world. Although it is open to considerations, its foundational appreciation for the arts is rooted in the precepts found in Scripture.

What’s Happening at the Gallery…

(Check for updates, new events, classes, and meetings as added to calendar)


Opening events below take place on the first evening of each new exhibit between 5:30 and 8:00pm, featuring live music and refreshments. They are free to the public.

#1: April 6-May 13 – Themed Exhibit: “All things become new”

#2: May 18-June 24 – Enjoy artwork by local and surrounding area artists.

#3: June 30-Aug 5 – Special presentation by the 7-Hills Art Group from Lynchburg, VA.

#4: Aug 11-Sept 16 – A delightful display of whimsical and lighthearted illustrations by area artists.

#5 – Sept 22-Nov 4 – A new display of artwork by local and surrounding area artists

#6 – Nov 10-Dec 16 – Themed Exhibit*: “forget not all his benefits”, (Ps 103:2)


In addition to art exhibitions, the art gallery space is used for others means of community and education.

Local Art Club ~ Every 1st Thursday, beginning Sept 7th, 10am-2pm

No fee (non-membership – casual meetings to encourage creatives; optional leaving time depending on individual schedules)

Country Line Dance ~ Every other Thursday evening, beginning Sept 14th, 7-9pm

Wear your boots! – a great time of fun and fellowship; payment per session $8; snacks available.

Women’s “Cliff-Notes” Self-Defense Class ~ Tue, Oct. 3, 6:30-8:30

$25. Creative ways to deter, defend, stop a bad situation from happening with your abilities, wits, and surrounding availabilities, ages 12+.

Weekly Self-Defense Classes for students ages 8-14yrs old ~ Fridays beginning Sept 22, 1-2pm

$25/month. Build confidence & strategies while maintaining Christian values for your students in a world uncertainties.

Art Paint Parties

Presently confirming dates for the fall – possible dates:

Fridays: Oct 20 or 27th, 7:00-9:00pm

Thursdays Oct 19 or Nov 2nd, 6:00-8:00pm

Additional details coming soon!

*Themed exhibitions allow artists to display one or more of their art pieces that connect in some way with a common theme. Contact us for more details.

Ways to Partner with Us

Volunteer / Sponsor

There are many ways to volunteer, from building maintenance and helping in the store, to assisting with classes and events. You can also help the Art Gallery with its ongoing expenses by sponsoring an event. All gifts are tax-deductible.

Rent Meeting Space

You may need a nice space for a meeting, a class, lecture, or small party. Consider renting space at the Art Gallery of New Geneva. We will discuss details and fair pricing to make it happen for you!

Visit Our Store

The Art Gallery store is special because there will always be different things to see and purchase. One-of-a-kind artistic products and crafts are sold as well as hand-made items from local merchants.


What is Art?

It seems that anything and everything in our day is valued as “art.” The arts are very subjective, but should they be? God allows great creative latitude concerning wonder and imagination, but through His Holy Word He also teaches us what real art is, including how and why to produce it. This lecture explores fundamental Biblical principles, definitions, and examples relating to the arts which all Christians must adhere to if they truly seek to honor their Creator.

“Art: A Biblical Definition and Purpose,”

by Jane Raymond

Contact the Art Gallery

Art Gallery location: 1878 Church Street, downtown Appomattox

Mailing address: PO Box 778, Appomattox, VA 24522

(434) 352-2667

Regular hours of operation:

Thu: 2-6; Fr 1-7pm; Sat 11-3, and open for special events

(closed mid-December through January)