Perspectives Art Gallery to open in Petersburg

Perspectives Art Gallery, a fine art gallery space that features both local and national artists, opens its doors Nov. 11 in Petersburg.

Located on the eastern side of the town square at 112 S. Sixth St., Perspectives Art Gallery will showcase an eclectic mix of talent, featuring the works of nationally and locally-renowned artists including Laura Pollak, Daniel Lai, Pam Hamilton, Addren Doss and Rich Ford.

“Perspectives is more than just a gallery space. It’s a hub for artistic expression and communal engagement – a testament to the town’s dynamic spirit and its eagerness to embrace diverse viewpoints,” said Toni Lowenthal, owner and curator of Perspectives Art Gallery. “Petersburg has seen a tremendous growth and resurgence of new businesses and viewpoints over the last several years, and I look forward to contributing to expanding the cultural diversification of this incredible town.”

“The resurgence of the lovely town of Petersburg will bring in new art lovers from all over,” said Pollak, a North Carolina-based pastel artist. “Visitors can leisurely view new art from outside the region, which will open new visions of creativity from around the country. Having my art seen by Petersburg communities and the residents nearby will add a richness to us all.”

An opening reception will be held Saturday, Nov. 11, from 4- 8 p.m. Regular hours of operation will be Wednesday-Friday from 11 a.m.- 5p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, 12-5 p.m.

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