ST. GEORGE — Hedgerow Gallery celebrates St. George Days weekend, Friday, July 15, through Sunday, July 17, with an art show titled “St. George: Portraits of a Place.” Twenty-eight local artists do their best to capture the distinctive spirit and character of St. George in oil, acrylic, watercolor, ink and pastel. Titles range from the very specific, like Bjorn Runquist’s “Sunday Morning with the Laura B,” to the intriguingly mysterious and suggestive like Mimo Gordon Riley’s large “Waking From a Dream” or James Stephen Zoller’s “The Sentinel.”

A special feature of the “Portraits” show is that ten percent of all sales will be donated to the St. George Conservation Commission to support its ongoing efforts to improve and maintain the town’s recreational trails. Monies raised will help pay for needed materials and other costs.

Hedgerow Gallery is located behind the Hedgerow market barn at 8 Ridge Road (corner of Route 131 and Ridge Road) in the Martinsville section of St. George. Like the market, it is open Wednesdays through Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The “St. George: Portraits of a Place” show will run from St. George Days through July 31. Visit for more information.