Art Expose on tap for this weekend

Item by Chris Graham

The fourth annual Art Expose at Lower Cove Run Art Studios in Matthias, W.Va., just over the state line from Rockingham County, is set for the extended Fourth of July weekend.

The July 4-6 event will run from 4-6 p.m. each day at the studios.

Featured artists include Lulu and Bibi Ferrenbach, Harriet Segal, Joshua Miller, Mia LaBerge and John Robson.

Directions from Harrisonburg have you taking I-81 north to Exit 257, then following U.S. 259 west 11 miles past West Virginia to Lost City. Turn right onto Lower Cove Run Road and continue approximately 4.5 miles to the Studio. Look for signs in Lost City.

For more information, call 304.897.6913, 304.897.6339 or go to the web at


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