The Wayside Wondercabinet near Hillsboro got off to an unexpectedly noteworthy start last month, as COVID-related regulations transformed a planned international exhibition into what was quite possibly the county’s first ever drive-up art show.

Organizers Anne Weshinskey and Arni Gudmundsson are now gearing up for a new installation at the space starting Friday, June 12. 

The new art history/pop culture exhibition features West Virginia artist Jim Koenig’s collection of 60 items inspired by Leonardo DaVinci’s iconic painting “The Last Supper.”

Thanks to Virginia’s Phase 1 reopening, the space will now allow physically distanced small group walk-ins, with masks required. The show opens Friday, June 12 from 5 to 7pm. After that, the space will be open Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. and by appointment through July 31. 

The space is located in a former fire engine bay at the Between the Hills Community Center in Neersville. Go to v4larts.com for details.