Virginia is rich in many different ways, and the perfect holiday destination that guarantees you won’t run out of things to do. It’s a prime location for art lovers as well as those who haven’t discovered their love for art. One trip to these art destinations will transform anyone into an art enthusiast.
There are many places that will give you the refreshing experience of taking in the beauty of various forms of art, either through sight or feel. In addition to that, there are amazing events that bring together the best artists and their creations.
One major event that is taking place soon is the Virginia Arts Festival, which you definitely don’t want to miss. Learn more about it in the following post:
World-Renowned Art Across Nine Virginia Cities
Incredible artists, commissioned works, extraordinary collaborations, and unforgettable performances … it’s all waiting for you at the annual Virginia Arts Festival. For 22 years, this acclaimed festival has brought the world’s great artists to performance venues throughout the Hampton Roads area, making this beautiful region – already beloved for its beaches, pristine waterways, wildlife, and historical attractions that date back to the earliest days of our country – a cultural destination for travelers from around the world. Read more at Virginia…
In this event, you get to enjoy not just the best of Virginia art, but also of the world. It’s going to be an experience you won’t soon forget.
Coming up in the month of May is another exciting art event that will take place at one of the historic towns in Virginia. The following post has more info on it:
Art at the River
This fifth annual juried art show will return to Riverwalk Landing in Historic Yorktown on Sunday, May 6, 2018, from 10 AM to 4 PM. The show will feature the work of over 40 area artists, in a variety of media including paintings, pottery, jewelry, glass arts, photography, and more. Enjoy live music from Sojorn from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Food and drink will be available for purchase. Judges this year will be Gloria Coker/former illustrator for the Daily Press, artist, and teacher; and Yvonne Wilson Boone, an award-winning watercolorist, photographer, and teacher. Read more at Visit Yorktown…
The advantage of attending an art competition or show is that you get to see the crème de la crème in the world of art from the area.
On the other hand, if you are planning a trip to Richmond and would like to quench your thirst for art without denting your wallet, consider the destinations in the following post:
FREE MUSEUMS TO VISIT IN RICHMOND
If you’re looking to find art, history, and culture all in one place, Richmond, VA is for you! The best part is that we have numerous museums with free admission. If you’re interested in architecture, check out The Branch Museum or if you want to see art from all over the world, visit the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. In Richmond, we also have years of history to learn about at museums including the Virginia Historical Society and Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site. Read more at Visit Richmond, VA…
You’ll get the opportunity to learn some interesting historical and cultural facts as a bonus when you visit these museums.
What better way to enjoy all these places than to have an excellent and reliable transportation company taking you around and getting you where you need to be on time? If this sounds like your perfect art tour, we at Camryn Limousine are at your service.
We were named National Operator of the Year because we are committed to excellence. We also have a large fleet of vehicles to choose from, suitable for individuals, small groups or large ones. It includes sedans, SUVs, Vanterras, limousines and our brand new ultra luxurious Mercedes Sprinter Van.
Call us today at (434) 990-9070 to make your reservation, or visit our website for more information on our art tours.