The Nicholson B. White Gallery of St. Paul’s celebrates God’s gift of artistic expression by exhibiting works of visual art. Over the past 25 years, the gallery has shown the works of numerous local artists in a variety of media. A gallery committee selects and installs three shows each year. Opening receptions are held for the public to meet the artists.
Now Showing: Winter Show
The gallery does not receive a commission from, nor acts as an agent for the sale of artworks.
History of the Gallery
The South Wing was constructed in 1990 to provide classroom space as well as indoor access to the Narthex. The corridor of the South Wing soon presented itself as a perfect space to expand St. Paul’s longtime commitment to the arts. The mounting of artistic exhibitions was envisioned by then Rector, the Rev. Nicholson B. White.
Over the past 25 years, the gallery has shown the works numerous local artists in a variety of media. Shows of work by members of St. Paul’s have been featured as well.
On May 11, 2014, the South Wing Gallery and the front vestibule were renamed The Nicholson B. White Gallery and Rotunda in honor of the fourteenth rector of St. Paul’s.