Highlighting Our Regional Artists
The Museum exhibits both historic and contemporary artwork. A focus of our collection is Lewis Miller, a nineteenth-century folk artist who lived most of his life in York, Pennsylvania. Miller often visited family in Christiansburg and produced work depicting many scenes in Montgomery County. From 1862, until his death in 1882, Miller resided in Christiansburg and is buried in the Craig Cemetery, which is under the museum’s care. In celebration of the tradition of local art highlighted by Lewis Miller, we sponsor frequently changing exhibits in the art gallery by regional artists and outdoor art at the gardens at 300 Pepper St. . To apply to be an exhibiting artist, please click here.
In the Museum . . .
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