Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board Partners with King of Prussia Mall to Unveil Arts Montco Wall
Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board and King of Prussia Mall are proud to announce the debut of the first-ever Arts Montco Wall, featuring original works of art from local Montgomery County artists on display at the East Coast’s premiere indoor shopping destination.
The installation, which is located in the mall’s connector corridor across from Macy’s, highlights the variety of local artists within the Valley Forge region while also providing a unique amenity to shoppers and other visitors.
Located in the connector portion of the mall, between Kendra Scott and Mind Games, the Arts Wall features works from seven different artists, all of whom are local to Montgomery County.
A wide variety of pieces from prominent local artist(s) Robby Schlesigner (Elkins Park), Lynnette Shelley (Ambler), Harry Boardman (Souderton), Katherine Bampfield (Norristown), Sandy Alves (Collegeville), and David Rozek (Bridgeport) is currently on display.
Each featured artist’s unique signature style is exemplified through their works and is only a small portion of the vast plethora of incredible artists who call Montgomery County home.
Throughout the year, the Arts Wall will rotate its featured works and highlight the works of artists of color, LGBTQ artists, and more.
For those looking to familiarize themselves with other incredible Montco based artists, make sure to check out artists like Moody Jones Gallery (Glenside/Jenkintown) and Hiya Ground (Norristown), Joe Mac (Greater Montco), Kristen Kidd (North Wales), and more creators.
Next time you plan to head to the world-famous King of Prussia Mall, sure to check out the brand new Arts Wall to view the amazing creations made by some of Montco’s most talented artists.
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