Holler: Contemporary Appalachian Art Gallery
The Area’s Premiere Gallery for the Artist in You!
We are a non profit fine art gallery near the coal fields of central Appalachian. We showcase a variety of professional artists from across the region from Pennsylvania to GA. Holler Gallery is a renovated space, previously as the Virginia Bank of Commerce in 1917, repurposed as an art gallery to showcase local artists in a professional space. The goal is to promote emerging artists in a professional setting 100 years later, after several businesses have come and gone the Holler Gallery was established. In 2017, fellow artist Chase Bowman created Holler as a venue for fine Appalachian art. Since 2020, Director Richard Shrewsbury tries to maintain the established aesthetic while expanding our focus of education & community participation.
Princeton, is a city in and the county seat of Mercer County, West Virginia, United States. The population was 5,872 at the 2020 census. It is part of the Bluefield micropolitan area. The city hosts the Princeton WhistlePigs baseball club of the Appalachian League. == History == === Early history === Princeton was named after the Battle of Princeton in Princeton, New Jersey, where General Hugh Mercer, the namesake of Mercer County, had died.