Ventulett Gallery

Inclusiveness, creativity, diversity, and innovation are hallmarks of Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church.

The Ventulett Gallery at Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church is named for a parishioner, architect, artist, and friend Tom Ventulett. Designed by Ventulett as part of the church’s 2012 renovation, this gallery space has become a showcase for local and regional talent. Our venue provides for artistic expression of the highest possible standards that elevate and educates our parish and community about the power of art to inspire and promote curiosity.  A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the artwork support this ministry of hospitality.

Current Exhibit: JacLynn Morris & Judie Jacobs - BELIEVING IS SEEING

We are excited to welcome back Judie Jacobs to our gallery. With her is JacLynn Morris. Morris discovered her artistic talents during the pandemic. She signed up for online art classes and found a new passion for painting. She uses acrylics, ink, graphite, and watercolors. She enjoys painting her family, Judaic themes, and happy moments; a man touching his wedding ring, a girl dancing with her dad, a dog running across the field. Jacobs' and Morris’ artwork will be on display from January 11 to March 11.


Visit the Ventulett Gallery

  • Monday-Thursday    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Friday                          9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Sunday                        7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

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