One of downtown Luray’s most visited locations is the unique Warehouse Art Gallery. The Warehouse was opened in 2002 by Luray artist Jim Mayes as a “Center for the Arts.” The gallery is housed in a historic repurposed warehouse alongside the main railroad line in the center of Luray. The casual atmosphere exhibits the works of 70 outstanding local and regional artists in a wonderful 10,000 square foot facility with high ceilings and the original wooden floors. From pottery and stained glass to jewelry and photography, there is certainly something for everyone. An extensive sculpture gallery displays forms both large and small inside and outside the building, with paintings from watercolors, landscapes, and portraits available for browsing or buying. However, the vision was more than a showcase for superb local art. The Warehouse is a place for creative people of all venues to gather, including dancers, writers, actors, musicians, and visual artists. The Warehouse also provides a unique venue for weddings, receptions, dinners, parties, and concerts. Truly, this is a center for the arts and the community of Luray.
For more information visit www.warehouseartgallery.com.
Civil War Living History Weekend at the Luray Valley Museum - April 21
Festival of Spring - May 05
Luray Downtown Initiative’s Chicken Chow Down - May 18
Town of Luray 4th of July Celebration - July 04
Discovery Day - August 11
Luray International Triathlon & Luray Sprint Triathlon - August 18
Page Valley Fair - August 19
Page Valley Cycling Road Race - September 01
Page County Heritage Festival - October 06