Kefar Veradim is home to about 100 active artists.
Their works can be seen at the Kefar Veradim Artists Gallery located on Ashkar street, the village’s main street, between traffic circle 2 and traffic circle 3, in a shed known here as the “Green Shed”.
The gallery is adjacent to the wooden house called “mu’se’onchic” (small museum); a wooden house built by Norman Goldberg, one of the village residents, who built it to benefit the children of the nearby school where his son learned.
The wooden house served for years as a shelter for animals in the school’s petting zoo, and currently it holds a display of exhibits and artifacts found in the area dating from pre-historic times to the establishment of the state of Israel; a part of a collection of the founder of the Treasures in The Wall Museum in Acre.
The gallery presents applied art, paintings, sculptures and glass works displayed through exhibitions that alternate every six month; art works may be purchased on location.
The entire area is surrounded by the garden of Kefar Verdim’s founders.
The gallery and the small museum are managed by the artists of Kefar Veradim on a voluntary basis.