Gift Shop and Gallery Hours
Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Sundays – 12 pm-4 pm Memorial Day through Labor Day
Admission to Galleries
Fridays are a public outreach day and all admission is by donation.
Business Office Hours
Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
The Olewine Gallery has showcased world renowned artists including John James Audubon, Joel Sartore, Arthur Singer, Tom Duran Junior, Jerome P. Connolly, Julie Zickefoose and many more! It’s also housed exhibits from African Game Trails to the Woodson Art Museum and changes it’s galleries multiple times a year to bring only the best in local and nationally known artists to the wooded mountains of Millersburg, PA!
Our exhibit in the the Olewine Gallery will be available to view April 22nd:
“Pennsylvania's Green Amendment: Celebrating Half A Century of Environmental Rights ”
Ned Smith Gallery
In February of 1999 Marie Smith updated her will, leaving the legacy of Ned Smith and a substantial portion of his finest works to what is now known as the Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art. Marie did not stop there, knowing that Ned had sold a number of his paintings and others were given to Game Commission employees or simply donated to help charities raise money, Marie wanted to ensure the Center had the resources to “buy back” any originals that became available. In that same will, Marie left a “restricted fund” to be used solely for that purpose: to buy back Ned Smith’s originals. This exhibit celebrates Marie’s foresight as many of these original pieces of Ned’s art were purchased with Marie’s “restricted funds”, and we welcome them home.
Once again, we thank you Marie!
If you would be interested in donating to Marie’s Art Fund, sponsoring the purchase of Ned’s original works as they become available, please contact John P. Booth, Executive Director.
Special thanks to the Pennsylvania Game Commission for their generous support of the Ned Smith Gallery. Be sure to check out the “From the Collection of the Pennsylvania Game Commission” wall, featuring a rotating mini exhibit of Ned’s work, owned by PGC.
The Romberger Gallery is located between the Olewine and Ned Smith Gallery and showcases local artists’ work and provides a platform to reach a larger audience and make their pieces available for purchase to all the art lovers that walk the Center’s lands and galleries.
The current exhibit in the Romberger Gallery is: