Located in the Historic Garrett & McNabb Block of the downtown Main Street corridor in the Mount Hope Historic district lies the communities Harmony for Hope Center.  Once just a store-front art gallery and community bulletin board, the Harmony for Hope Center is now the office for Harmony for Hope and the location of Mount Hope’s newest art gallery. 

Art pieces are switched out on a seasonal basis. Artist’s always receive their full asking price on a piece, and H4H never reduces a sale beyond our commission rate.                                                    

 All proceeds from the sale of a piece go to support our ongoing efforts in the region. 

Artist Consignment Application

Are you interested in having you art sold at the Harmony for Hope Center? To view our printable .PDF application just click on the button below. To submit your application for review please reach out to H4H's Visual Manager, Karen Leathers, via FaceBook messenger, or at karenleathers623@gmail.com.

Fall 2020s Featured Artist's

A native of Cool Ridge, WV Lynn is a local children’s author, painter & photographer. Some of her photography has been featured by Reader’s Digest and is currently for sale at the Harmony for Hope Center.  Stop in to see some of her paintings and prints while they last!
Click her picture above to view her online gallery that can be found at the H4H Gallery.

At the tender age of 4 Brady Walker, known professionally for his art as Michael Andrew,  was inspired to start his first nonprofit organization, Sowing Seeds of Love.  His work has went to help feed hundreds across the world and also at home in West Virginia. 

He is currently looking to expand his artist repertoire into digital art.  His paintings are now on sale at the H4H Center, and all proceeds from the sale of his art go to help fund the purchase of a new iPad for his digital art.  
Click his picture above to view his online gallery that can be found exclusively at the H4H Gallery.