The Falcon Gallery

The Falcon Gallery is located on the first floor of the Floyd Center for the Arts’ barn and is the newest addition to the building’s galleries. The Falcon Gallery is named in honor of Lee Chichester (an avid falconer), one of the founders of the Floyd Community Center for the Arts and President of the Board of Directors for the first 10 years.  Every other month the center opens a new two-month-long exhibit in the Falcon Gallery at our Second Saturday Reception. Exhibits in the Falcon Gallery typically feature a single artist.

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2021 Gallery Schedule

Dec 12, 2020 Through February 6, 2021

Seasons and Colors of the Appalachian Trail, An Exhibition

of the World’s Longest Footpath by: Bill Booz Fine Art

February 13 – April 3

‘Portraits and Backgrounds: Pencil Drawings’, by Steve Lash

August 14 – October 2

Asylum Seekers

October 9 – November 30

Floyd Quilt Guild Exhibit

December 11 – the first Saturday in February 2022

Pax Botanica by Chris Bolduc

2020 Gallery Schedule

February 15 - April 11, 2020

Opening Reception: Feb. 15, 2020, 5 PM - 7 PM

Around the World, a Photographic Journey by David Pearce

July 2 - August 31, 2020

Earth Tones, featuring watercolors and mixed media

work by Roanoke artist Patricia Carr and stone

sculptures by Roanoke artist Mike Morris