WAVERLY — The Waverly Small Works Gallery is celebrating its first year as a successful new art gallery in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Located within the historic Waverly Community House, the Small Works Gallery has exhibited juried group shows, solo exhibitions and invitationals. The gallery’s mission is to provide a space for artists to show their works, but also to promote a strong sense of community through art appreciation and to encourage and hearten the human spirit through visual arts.
The Waverly Small Works Gallery will host a special evening from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, July 20 to mark its first year of art in the region. The event is free and open to all. This gathering will also serve as an opportunity for potential artists to see the space, talk with the director, and find out how to submit to group and solo shows. This anniversary celebration will coincide with the closing reception of “Shane McGeehan: Self Portraits,” an extraordinary show of photography.
The Waverly Small Works Gallery is a project of the F. Lammot Belin Arts Foundation. For more information, visit Waverly Small Works Gallery on Facebook.