— The Woodson Art Museum, which opened in 1966, is hosting a preview of its new season at the Richmond Art Museum.
The museum is in its first season at its new digs in downtown Richmond, which includes a restored 19th-century home and some of the museum’s original exhibits.
The museum, which was founded by Woodson, is a collection of more than 200 works from his collection.
The gallery and the museum also have other permanent collections.
The Woodson Collection includes paintings by Woodsons sons, David and Philip, as well as many pieces of his other works, including the sculptures and murals that surround the Woodson home in Richmond.
The exhibition opens at noon on Monday, Aug. 31.
It runs through Sept. 5.
The exhibition is a continuation of the Woodsson Family Art Exhibition that opened in December, and has been a highlight of the Museum’s season.
The Woodsontons were among the first major artists to open a gallery and gallery show in the United States.