Flower Art in the Garden



May 4  until September


May 4 Spring Garden Day 2pm – 4pm

What is more beautiful than works of art scattered throughout a garden!  The Montgomery Museum of Art and History invites individuals, children, and groups of all ages and skill levels to participate in a planned installation in the garden at 300 Pepper Street, former home to the Museum.

Flat plywood templates 24 inches in diameter in flower shapes of hexagon, six petals, or trillium await your creative touch.   

More than a dozen local artists have decorated these panels and created a wonderful ‘garden’ of art. Come and see for yourself! The exhibit will be on display from May 1 to the end of September. May 4 from 2-4 is the ‘Spring Garden Day’ where not only will the art be on display but members of the Virginia Mater Naturalists and Virginia Master Gardeners will be available to answer questions.

This is a wonderful time to promote planting natives.  It has been proven that native plants can bring many more butterflies, bees, birds and other pollinators to our gardens and yards if they are planted and cared for. Check out this website: https://www.plantvirginianatives.org/ for more information on South Western Virginia native plants.