Gallery on Gazebo Johnstown PAGallery on Gazebo is a welcoming space
dedicated to ever-changing exhibits of art.

We display paintings and drawings, photography, sculpture, mixed media, and much more. Our shop shelves offer a changing inventory of art and/or hand crafted gift items for purchase.

The Gallery is free and open to the public, and makes a lovely place to visit, absorb and reflect. The public is invited to come and view our exhibits or gather for an art class, book review, or local seminar.

Please click here to join our mailing list so we can let you know about upcoming openings, exhibits and other happenings.

We primarily display works of talented local and regional artists, and we encourage submissions for sale.

Gallery shows are usually based on a theme of interest to a regional audience and run approximately six to eight weeks.  If you are an artist who wishes to display your work at Gallery on Gazebo, please contact us by phone or through the Contact Form on this website.  Artists whose work is accepted are asked to sign an Artist Agreement. Gallery commission on sales is 30%. Please click here to review and download a sample of our Artist Exhibition and Sale Agreement.

An exhibit typically begins with selection of a theme and a call to artists for submission of appropriate work. Submissions are juried, and the show is carefully hung. An printed exhibit program is prepared, and an opening reception is held. We welcome volunteer help with these tasks, and we are particularly grateful for supervision in the Gallery and our small sales boutique areas. If you would like to volunteer to help with the work of Gallery on Gazebo, please click here.

Gallery on Gazebo also presents seminars on a wide range of topics from flower arranging to the art of tattoos and AAABA Baseball. We offer tours by a curator and chats with artists, as well as workshops, demonstrations, and classes. We have events of interest to men and women, teens, boys and girls, and we invite you to review our Events Page to see happenings that may interest you. Please reserve your place early, as many events sell out.

If you would like to present a seminar or workshop at the Gallery, please click here.

Citadel by Eva Trout (24” x 30”)

Painting above is Citadel (24” x 30”) by Eva Trout. Eva’s work was featured in a recent Gallery exhibit titled Genesis. 

If you would like to make a monetary donation to support our efforts, please click here.

Our current exhibit, titled Transitions, features work by Johnstown natives Fred Rainey and Virginia Poltrack, with selected contributions from 5-year old Milan Gjurich.

Fred grew up in Colver, served in the Navy, and then lived in Annapolis, working in photography for 40 years. Now retired, he has returned to western PA, and is enjoying our wonderful scenery, golfing, and, of course, his art. 

Virginia Poltrack, also a Johnstown native, combines her creativity with technology to create designs, paintings, apps, AR filters, animations and more. Her work has been displayed, worn and used internationally. She has worked in various capacities with Google and is now working with a California-based, collaborative data visualization startup “Observable.”

Please enjoy  some images from our Transitions exhibit below.

Below are selected works from past exhibits at Gallery on Gazebo.