For Every Season

October 1 - November 6, 2022

Exhibition Jurors:
Misia Broadhead & Gomer Pyles

Zimmerman, Cathy-Goldfinch on Thistle

Zimmerman, Cathy-Goldfinch on Thistle

Best in Show Goldfinch on Thistle Watercolor 13 x 16 $500 Cathy Zimmerman

Moffat, Sarita-Aspens Oil 30 x 30

Moffat, Sarita-Aspens Oil 30 x 30

Second Place While driving out west years ago, my mother and I passed a glorious stand of aspen trees. We were so inspired that we found the next place to turn around just to drive past one more time for another look. I do not recall taking any photographs other than in my mind. Aspens Oil 30 x 30 $1,200 Sarita Moffat

Schroeder, Francie-FrostyMorning

Schroeder, Francie-FrostyMorning

Third Place Loved the colors created by the rising sun and the sparkle on the frost. Frosty Morning Photography 16 x 23 $395 Francie Schroeder

Brunini, Noreen-Scarecrow

Brunini, Noreen-Scarecrow

Honorable Mention Scarecrow Watercolor 24 x 18 $650 Noreen Brunini

Klioze, Marcia-Day Dreams

Klioze, Marcia-Day Dreams

Honorable Mention Daydreams transcend seasons. I love the sweetness on this model's face and hoped to capture her inner beauty as well as her outer beauty, as she was deep in thought. Day Dreams Oil on canvas 16 x 20 $1,800 Marcia Klioze

Macy, Suzan-Come Along!

Macy, Suzan-Come Along!

Honorable Mention Come Along! Oil 9 x 12 $400 Suzan Macy

Wallace, Ann-Winter's Here

Wallace, Ann-Winter's Here

Honorable Mention Winter’s Here Pastel 11 x 14 $500 Ann Wallace

Weaver, Ramona-The Sea Loves The Shore

Weaver, Ramona-The Sea Loves The Shore

Honorable Mention The interconnection of opposite forces is a powerful aphrodisiac - warm and cool, light and dark, sparkling and quiet, rising and falling. Without the other, neither would be what they are. That's why the Sea Loves the Shore, and the shore loves the sea. The Sea Loves the Shore Alcohol inks on canvas 34 x 36 $850 Ramona Weaver

Arthru, Suzanne Lago-DahliasCopperpotAndButterfly_SM

Arthru, Suzanne Lago-DahliasCopperpotAndButterfly_SM

This painting reminds me of the luminous copper themed still lifes of William Merit Chase, one of my favorite 19th C painters. The Dahlias are from my garden. I loved expressing their form with temperature shifts and lively mark making. The butterfly, a “clouded sulphur” was found on my daily walks and completes the composition positioned just slightly off the center of interest. Dahlias, Copper Pot and Butter Fly Oil on Arches Oil Paper mounted on panel 5 x 7 $350 Suzanne Lago Arthur

Arthur, Suzanne, Lago-BrightestFlowerOfEarlySpring

Arthur, Suzanne, Lago-BrightestFlowerOfEarlySpring

I named this painting after the poem by Reena Choudhary entitled “A Scent of a Daffodil”. Daffodils, and their little siblings Jonquils, rank among my favorite flowers. Their cheerful appearance fills my heart with hope every year. They are literal trumpeters announcing the arrival of Spring. How perfect then that even the shape of the daffodil is like little golden trumpets? Brightest Flower of Early Spring Oil on Arches Oil Paper mounted on panel 5 x 7 $350 Suzanne Lago Arthur

Baker Michelle Blue Valley

Baker Michelle Blue Valley

I love the many faces of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Much of my work is done using blue ink. This small piece is one of my favorites because it is so simple. Blue Valley Mixed media 12 x 16 $275 Michelle Baker

Baker Michelle Roy's Place

Baker Michelle Roy's Place

Roy's Place is a part of my series called Cityscapes. An accident was the inspiration for the series which includes some 20 works. The style is rather unusual in that the side of a printer ink cartridge is used to "build" my buildings. Then, I go back in with a light wash in places. Roy’s Place Ink 16 x 12 $350 Michelle Baker

Baumgartner, Betty-Everyday

Baumgartner, Betty-Everyday

The sun rises everyday with the intent to give hope of a better day with or without a bright sun. Every Day Acrylic 8 x 8 $250 Betty Baumgartner

Block, Anne Marshall-Amalfi_Harbor

Block, Anne Marshall-Amalfi_Harbor

Our Amalfi Coast family vacation included staying in a villa that overlooked the harbor. While there, I painted, hiked, ate, and sailed the coast. Amalfi Harbor Oil on linen 16 x 20 $900 Anne Marshall Block

Block, Anne Marshall-BIg Meadows State Park

Block, Anne Marshall-BIg Meadows State Park

I hiked to see this local view one summer afternoon at Big Meadows State Park. Who doesn’t love this gorgeous summer view? Big Meadows State Park Oil on canvas 14 x 11 $600 Anne Marshall Block

Brunini, Noreen-Peony at Dawn

Brunini, Noreen-Peony at Dawn

One of the many peonies in my garden glowing at first light. Peony at Dawn Watercolor 18 x 24 $700 Noreen Brunini

Brunini, Noreen-Sunny Siesta

Brunini, Noreen-Sunny Siesta

While on a garden tour to Oak Spring Farm I came across this "found landscape" in the courtyard. Sunny Siesta Watercolor 18 x 11 $650 Noreen Brunini

Bysshe, Stanley-Last Man Standing

Bysshe, Stanley-Last Man Standing

A single Maple tree was the only tree left with leaves after a night of heavy wind. Last Man Standing Photography 15 x 10 $175 Stanley Bysshe

Bysshe, Stanley-Shenandoah Fall

Bysshe, Stanley-Shenandoah Fall

A heavy fog helped accentuate the late fall colors on a trail in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Shenandoah Fall Photography 15 x 10 $175 Stanley Bysshe

Bysshe, Stanley-Yellowstone Winter

Bysshe, Stanley-Yellowstone Winter

Fading evening light, ten degrees, and fresh snow made for a beautiful scene on the Madison River in Yellowstone N.P. Then a single bull Bison put an exclamation on the image. Yellowstone Winter Photography 10 x 15 $175 Stanley Bysshe

Dennis, Diane-Winter Wakeneth

Dennis, Diane-Winter Wakeneth

Winter Wakeneth is a fantasy landscape. Snow has fallen in the little village. The quiet is interrupted by the whooshing of two sledders. A small child expresses excitement as she views a newly built snowman. My hope is that the viewer will experience a sense of joy, a sweet childhood memory, the serenity of new fallen snow, and an appreciation for the magic of Winter. Winter Wakeneth Acrylic 16 x 20 $300 Diane Dennis

FiorellaMaria_AlfredSisleyStudy

FiorellaMaria_AlfredSisleyStudy

I have long admired Alfred Sisley for his Impressionist but also Realistic style. In an effort to learn from a master, I decided to copy his painting in a smaller scale. The original painting "First Snow at Veneux-Nadon" belongs to our National Gallery of Art (nga.gov) and according to the website: "This image is in the public domain. You can copy, modify and distribute this image, even for commercial purposes." Alfred Sisley Study Oil 11 x 14 $210 Maria Fiorella

FiorellaMaria_CardinalintheGarden

FiorellaMaria_CardinalintheGarden

A cardinal painted from life. I was sitting in my patio and many were stopping by at the bird feeder nearby. Cardinal in the Garden Oil 5 x 7 $150 Maria Fiorella

FiorellaMaria_HotelBaudyInGiverny

FiorellaMaria_HotelBaudyInGiverny

Painted on location at Hotel Baudy in Giverny (France), this was a place where Monet and many other impressionists often met to paint together. I was glad to paint so many interesting shapes and on such a sunny day! Hotel Baudy in Giverny Oil 8 x 10 $300 Maria Fiorella

Florer Sarah Summer on Bull Run Mountain Watercolor

Florer Sarah Summer on Bull Run Mountain Watercolor

In the Summer, Bull Run Mountain is full of green. The leaves on the trees are so thick that you almost forget you have neighbors. The drive up to the mountain is lined with green trees and open fields of green grasses that sway in gentle summer breezes. It’s a wonderful time to be on the mountain. Summer on Bull Run Mountain Watercolor 8 x 10 $250 Sarah Florer

Florer Sarah Fall on Bull Run Mountain Watercolor

Florer Sarah Fall on Bull Run Mountain Watercolor

Fall may be the most beautiful time on Bull Run Mountain. With so many trees, we get a lovely show as fall colors come out. The mountain is covered in a blanket of greens, reds, yellows, oranges, and browns. The weather cools down, the days get shorter, the shadows get a little longer, and everything starts to get a little quieterIn this painting, I tried to capture the beauty of the mountain in the fall. Fall on Bull Run Mountain Watercolor 8 x 10 $250 Sarah Florer

Florer Sarah Winter on Bull Run Mountain Watercolor

Florer Sarah Winter on Bull Run Mountain Watercolor

When winter comes to Bull Run Mountain, everything turns to shades of brown. The trees have lost their leaves and it is easier to see our neighbors through the forest. Everything becomes still and quiet. And then, when we get snow, everything turns into a magical winter wonderland. Winter on Bull Run Mountain Watercolor 8 x 10 $250 Sarah Florer

Furneaux, Pam-Gerbera Pink

Furneaux, Pam-Gerbera Pink

Gerbera daisies are a cheerful flower especially in this yellow vase with a luscious pink background. Gerbera Pink Oil 8 x 10 $275 Pam Furneaux

Furneaux, Pam-Summer Bouquet

Furneaux, Pam-Summer Bouquet

Yellow dahlias, snapdragons and blue asters make up this bountiful summer bouquet. Summer Bouquet Oil 14 x 11 $375 Pam Furneaux

Gardiner, Maribe-Contemplating The Dress

Gardiner, Maribe-Contemplating The Dress

She is not sure if she'll say "yes". This is Italy and her expression shows some doubt. Contemplating the Dress Oil 21 x 28 $600 Maribe Gardiner

Gardiner, Maribe-Spanish Guitar

Gardiner, Maribe-Spanish Guitar

Spanish Guitar Etching on canvas 12 x 17 $500 Maribe Gardiner

Gardiner, Maribe-The Sun Makes Everything Beautiful

Gardiner, Maribe-The Sun Makes Everything Beautiful

The Sun Makes Everything Beautiful Mixed media 12 x 15 $400 Maribe Gardiner

Gordon, Nadya-Dandelions by the Lake

Gordon, Nadya-Dandelions by the Lake

Summer landscape with dandelions set against the beautiful sunset colors. Dandelions by the Lake Acrylic 12 x 16 $170 Nadya Gordon

Gordon, Nadya-Fall Path by the River

Gordon, Nadya-Fall Path by the River

Beautiful fall landscape with vibrant colors. Fall Path by the River Acrylic 12 x 16 $170 Nadya Gordon

Gordon, Nadya-Lavender Field Sunset

Gordon, Nadya-Lavender Field Sunset

Vibrant lavender set against sunset colors. This scene makes me want to be there. Lavender Field Sunset Acrylic 12 x 16 $170 Nadya Gordon

Gring Susan            The Red Bridge   Acrylic

Gring Susan The Red Bridge Acrylic

I grew up in Pennsylvania where covered bridges were many and in later years, our family has sought out covered bridges in Indiana, Maryland and Pennsylvania. There is something romantic and nostalgic--indeed, simpler about this bygone era of transportation. The Red Bridge Acrylic 18 x 24 $375 Susan Gring

Gring Susan   Autumn Gold   Mixed Media

Gring Susan Autumn Gold Mixed Media

Autumn has always been my very favorite time of year. The light becomes clear and golden, autumn flora and leaves are brilliant with colors I love, and the cooler temperatures beckon a coziness that wraps one in a feeling that all is right in the world. Autumn Gold Acrylic mixed media 18.5 x 17.5 $495 Susan Gring

Hawkins, Zoe-Florescence #1

Hawkins, Zoe-Florescence #1

I painted this floral series with the idea of spring in my mind. The fresh budding of flowers. A slow emergence of virginal colors, rich in contrast and tonality. Florescence #1 Acrylic on canvas 11.75 x 11.75 $250 Zoe Hawkins

Hawkins, Zoe-Florescence #5

Hawkins, Zoe-Florescence #5

I painted this floral series with the idea of spring in my mind. The fresh budding of flowers. A slow emergence of virginal colors, rich in contrast and tonality. Florescence #5 Acrylic on canvas 11.75 x 11.75 $250 Zoe Hawkins

Heenan, Michael-FarmGateTrail

Heenan, Michael-FarmGateTrail

Subjects that draw the viewer into the piece, making the viewer want to be there is my passion. Using an abstract impressionistic style, an overall sense of place is what I seek to convey. Farm Gate Trail Acrylic 18 x 24 $500 Michael Heenan

Helentjaris, Diane-Honesty

Helentjaris, Diane-Honesty

Dried honesty plant lives up to its name. The truth will always (or usually) be revealed with time. Honesty Photography 8 x 10 $125 Diane Helentjaris

Helentjaris, Diane-Snow Day

Helentjaris, Diane-Snow Day

I love the way both the coziness of home and the frosty beauty of the outdoors beckons in this image. Snow Day Photography 14 x 18 $225 Diane Helentjaris

Helentjaris-Tree Calligraphy

Helentjaris-Tree Calligraphy

Tree Calligraphy Photography 14 x 18 $175 Diane Helentjaris

Herman_Lorrie_Saturday_Afternoon_in_the_Park_oil

Herman_Lorrie_Saturday_Afternoon_in_the_Park_oil

Saturday Afternoon in the Park Oil 11 x 14 $650 Lorrie Herman

HindleStuartAutumn Run

HindleStuartAutumn Run

Even though the morning mist was hovering, the trees colors were still bright against the grey of the day and the rocks below. I snapped a picture and worked with the detail in my studio. Autumn Run Oil 28 x 20 $1,400 Stuart Hindle

HindleStuartSycamores in the Valley

HindleStuartSycamores in the Valley

Sycamores are one of my favorite trees. As the sun was setting, the light hit the trees and made the sycamores shine brightly contrasting with the long shadows and the mountains in the background. Sycamores in the Valley Oil 18 x 25 $1,100 Stuart Hindle

Hopkins, Laura-September Trees

Hopkins, Laura-September Trees

This painting from my imagination portrays the warm light of a late September afternoon. I always think of September as a month filled with shimmering golden afternoons. My goal for this piece was to capture that feeling. As a painter of Tonalist landscapes, I have a special affinity for the seasons of autumn and winter, and focus my work on portraying mood and emotion in scenes of dawn, twilight, and evening. September Trees Oil 8 x 10 $350 Laura Hopkins

Hopkins, Laura-Twilight, October

Hopkins, Laura-Twilight, October

As I painted this scene from my imagination, I tried to capture the bittersweet melancholy of a still and and crisp autumn twilight. I paint in the tradition of the American Tonalists of the 19th century whose contemplative and poetic works were thought to provide solace and respite from a war torn and increasingly industrial world. It is my hope that viewers of my work find a place of rest and comfort. Twilight October Oil 12 x 16 $650 Laura Hopkins

Huntington, Sarah-Clothesline Early Fall, Paris, Virginia

Huntington, Sarah-Clothesline Early Fall, Paris, Virginia

Clothesline Early Fall Paris, Virginia Photography 18 x 22 $195 Sarah Huntington

Huyett, Sheila-My Wife Made Me Wear It!

Huyett, Sheila-My Wife Made Me Wear It!

All the attitude a rooster can muster is reflected while forced to adorn something he just doesn't want to wear. My Wife Made Me Wear It! Oil 18 x 24 $350 Sheila Huyett

Klioze, Marcia- Tea Time

Klioze, Marcia- Tea Time

There's always time for tea. When I set up the still life, I was intrigued by the delicacy of the cup next to the rugged wood and dark cloth. Tea Time Oil on canvas 10 x 20 $500 Marcia Klioze

Lillis, Judith-Morven Park

Lillis, Judith-Morven Park

Morven Park Photography 18 x 22 $295 Judith Lillis

Macy, Suzan-End of the Day

Macy, Suzan-End of the Day

End of Day Oil 18 x 24 $900 Suzan Macy

McGuire, Julie- Sunset Through the Barn WIndow

McGuire, Julie- Sunset Through the Barn WIndow

The see through, scarred window, provides a horse's view of a snowy Winter sunset. Sunset Through the Barn Window Photography Hahnmuhle-100%cotton photo rag 11 x 14, plus frame $325 Julie McGuire

McGuire, Julie-The Gas Pump

McGuire, Julie-The Gas Pump

The see through, scarred window, provides a horse's view of a snowy Winter sunset. The Gas Pump Photography Hahnmuhle-100%cotton photo rag 11 x 14, plus frame $325 Julie McGuire

Merkin, Karen_AutumnBounty

Merkin, Karen_AutumnBounty

Nothing says autumn like pumpkins and squash that are plentiful at roadside farmers markets Autumn Bounty Oil 12 x 12 $800 Karen Merkin

Merkin, Karen_SnowyDay 2

Merkin, Karen_SnowyDay 2

This scene is so peaceful and brings thoughts of winter, especially when it is so hot outside. Snowy Day Oil 8 x 10 $450 Karen Merkin

Nicely, Elise-Country Side Garden

Nicely, Elise-Country Side Garden

This is a painting of a neighbor’s front yard. I walk by this garden every time I walk my dogs. There is always something in bloom! I wanted to create a painting that shared my excitement and wonder at this lovely lush garden. Countryside Garden Acrylic on canvas 22 x 28 $675 Elise Nicely

Oliver, Karen-Building a Sandcastle

Oliver, Karen-Building a Sandcastle

A young mother helps her child make a friend at the beach by building a sandcastle. Building a Sandcastle Collage 11 x 14 $350 Karen Oliver

Oliver, Karen-Silver and Gold

Oliver, Karen-Silver and Gold

This collage depicts how a bit of snow can transform a roadside scene. Silver and Gold Collage 10 x 10 $350 Karen Oliver

Padilla, Chito-Flor Del Mar

Padilla, Chito-Flor Del Mar

This painting celebrates the vibrant colors of a seascape. Flor del Mar Acrylic on paper 24 x 18 $695 Chito Padilla

Padilla, Chito-Yellowstone

Padilla, Chito-Yellowstone

This painting captures a marvelous fantasy evocative of the surge of a powerful geyser. A colorful show by Nature. Yellowstone Acrylic on paper 18 x 16 $375 Chito Padilla

Palmer, Rachel Garcia-Beyond the Golden Hour

Palmer, Rachel Garcia-Beyond the Golden Hour

As I finished up a small painting, I packed up my gear, and glanced upwards. The sky was amazing. Realizing I only had a few minutes to capture the fast-moving clouds, I unpacked my paints as fast as I could, and painted from the trunk of my SUV. Moral of the story: don’t forget to look up even when your focus is somewhere else. You might miss the best part of the show. Beyond the Golden Hour Oil 15.5 x 25.5 $750 Rachel Garcia-Palmer

Parent, Terri-Antietam

Parent, Terri-Antietam

During the pandemic my family looked for outdoor spaces to explore. Antietam Battlefield has acres of beautiful landscape. It is now a favorite place to visit and I try to capture all seasons and times of day. Antietam Digital Photography 8 x 10 $125 Terri Parent

Parent, Terri-Cloaked in Snow

Parent, Terri-Cloaked in Snow

The story of a tree is revealed when it loses all its foliage. A winter storm will dress it again, resplendent in white flakes Cloaked in Snow Digital photography 14 x 11 $195 Terri Parent

Parent, Terri-Spring Birth

Parent, Terri-Spring Birth

In Spring the world awakens after the slumber of winter. Buds appear, grass becomes green, birds chirp. Harder to see is the nest of eggs waiting for new life to emerge. Spring Birth Digital photography 10 x 8 $125 Terri Parent

Petrecca, Regina-Remembrance-16x20 acryic on canvas

Petrecca, Regina-Remembrance-16x20 acryic on canvas

A Day of Remembrance to honor those fallen in service to their country is celebrated in many countries. The red poppy is a symbol of this sacrifice. Remembrance Acrylic 16 x 20 $325 Regina Petrecca

Pyles, Gomer-best yellow wall and blue

Pyles, Gomer-best yellow wall and blue

A favorite spot on the island of Anegada. View of Paradise Photography 12 x 18 $200 Gomer Pyles

Pyles, Gomer-Monument Valley

Pyles, Gomer-Monument Valley

I was fortunate to visit this spot, which is managed by the Navajo Nation, last summer with my off spring. That evening we watched the 1939 movie Stagecoach, which showed this scene with the US Calvary riding toward the valley. Monument Valley Photography 11 x 14 $180 Gomer Pyles

Pyles, Gomer-Paris Barn,

Pyles, Gomer-Paris Barn,

This site has always been a lure for me to stop and reflect. I was heading home from an art show in the valley and was fortunate to capture this moment of twilight. Paris Barn Photography 11 x 14 $180 Gomer Pyles

Perry, Kirstie-Daydream

Perry, Kirstie-Daydream

Inspired by the warmth of a sunny day in Virginia, Daydream, invokes feelings of freedom in nature and open spaces. Day Dream Oil 8 x 10 $350 Kirstie Perry

Ramsey, Nancy-Triumph of Nature

Ramsey, Nancy-Triumph of Nature

Layers of images, pulled from maps, photos, memory and intuition combine to form a unique modern landscape. The images reflect both man-made and natural elements. Our landscapes continue to evolve, through natural and man-made changes. What is the tipping point when growth becomes too unnatural? Triumph of Nature, Light and Dark (diptych) Mixed media acrylic 48 x 24 (each panel) $2,900 Nancy Ramsey

Ramsey, Nancy-Watershed, Potomac Tributaries, Donaldson Run

Ramsey, Nancy-Watershed, Potomac Tributaries, Donaldson Run

Part of a series of paintings focused on various watersheds, the Watershed: Potomac Tributaries paintings abstract a bird’s eye view of the waterways that flow through Virginia and empty into the Potomac River. Watershed: Potomac Tributaries, Donaldson Run Acrylic mixed media 12 x 12 $250 Nancy Ramsey

Reid, Anne-Coastal Breeze

Reid, Anne-Coastal Breeze

Coastal Breeze Pastel 12 x 16 $600 Anne Reid

Reid, Anne-Neighbors

Reid, Anne-Neighbors

Neighbors 2 Pastel 12 x 16 $600 Anne Reid

Scala, Amy-Potpourri

Scala, Amy-Potpourri

Painted a variety of fall items from a bowl of potpourri. Potpourri Watercolor 5 x 7 $195 Amy Scala

Scala, Amy-Sunset at Colette's

Scala, Amy-Sunset at Colette's

Spectacular sunset at Colette’s Bed and Breakfast Port Angeles, WA looking through the trees towards Victoria, Canada. Sunset at Colette’s Acrylic 6 x $285 Amy Scala

Schneider, Deb-Beach Umbrellas

Schneider, Deb-Beach Umbrellas

I wanted to capture the heat of the day and to show the distance with simple brush strokes. This is a time and place painting from memory. Beach Umbrellas Oil 12 x 12 $245 Deborah Schneider

Schneider, Deb-Sunflowers

Schneider, Deb-Sunflowers

I wanted to bring our natural world inside. Sunflowers Oil 18 x 24 $400 Deborah Schneider

Schroeder, Francie-Carnival

Schroeder, Francie-Carnival

Carnival is always a colorful rite of summer. Carnival Photography 11.5 x 17.5 $395 Francie Schroeder

Schroeder, Francie-Valley View

Schroeder, Francie-Valley View

On a clear fall day I was out with my camera and came upon this beautiful view. Valley View Photography 12 x 16 $375 Francie Schroeder

Stanley, Melanie-Happy Pollinator

Stanley, Melanie-Happy Pollinator

Bumblebees are so busy pollinating all summer long and into the early autumn, and I so respect their contributions to our earth. I took a photo of this fat bumblebee as the weather was changing and decided to capture the moment with my paints. Bumblebees are the friendliest and gentlest of all the bee species! Happy Pollinator Mixed media 8 x 8 $150 Melanie Stanley

Winter's Light

Winter's Light

I love Birch trees in the early winter and the way the winter light is reflected on the landscape around these magnificent trees! I love going to hikes and photographing trees, light, and landscapes, and this one came from hiking up north. Winter’s Light Mixed media 16 x 20 $375 Melanie Stanley

Stevens, Libby-Path Through Tall Grasses

Stevens, Libby-Path Through Tall Grasses

This was painted after an outing sketch done at Vineyard 868 in western Loudoun County. Autumn grasses capture my eye with their colors and the way they wave in the wind. Path Through Tall Grasses Pastel 12 x 18 $700 Libby Stevens

Stevens, Libby-September on Snickersville Turnpike

Stevens, Libby-September on Snickersville Turnpike

In the fall the grasses get long, tipped with a red purple frond…this spot along Snickersville Turnpike in Loudoun county always catches my eye with its subtle autumn color. September on Snickersville Turnpike Pastel 18 x 24 $975 Libby Stevens

Treyz, Fritz-Man Perusing Magazine

Treyz, Fritz-Man Perusing Magazine

The person who deserves most pity is a lonesome one on a rainy day who doesn't know how to read. Man Perusing Magazine Oil on linen 16 x 20 $1,250 Fritz Treyz

Treyz, Fritz-Path Green Springs Garden

Treyz, Fritz-Path Green Springs Garden

A beautiful garden that makes one realize that every day is a journey on a path, and the journey itself is life Path Green Springs Garden Oil on canvas 9 x 12 $475 Fritz Treyz

Treyz, Fritz-River Farm Potomac View

Treyz, Fritz-River Farm Potomac View

The River Farm was the northernmost of President George Washington five farms. It is a favorite place for bird-watchers, and oil painters for its colorful garden and river view. River Farm Potomac View Oil on canvas 12 x 9 $625 Fritz Treyz

Victory, Josafina-Calm

Victory, Josafina-Calm

A bird can only be discovered when the observer is calm. Calm Acrylic 18 x 12 $450 Josefina Victory

Wallace, Ann-Tis the Season

Wallace, Ann-Tis the Season

“Tis the Season” Pastel 11 x 14 $500 Ann Wallace

Weaver, Ramona-Summer-Bayou

Weaver, Ramona-Summer-Bayou

The bayou's edge is never more strangely enticing and mysterious than in the blazing heat of a Southern summer. Bayou La Batrie's edge both beckons and repels. Bayou’s Edge/Summertime Acrylic on canvas 30 x 15 $275 Ramona Weaver

Weed, Peggy-Early Apples

Weed, Peggy-Early Apples

Early Apples Oil 14 x 11 $525 Peggy Weed

Weed, Peggy-Little Yellow Roses

Weed, Peggy-Little Yellow Roses

Little Yellow Roses Oil 11 x 14 $525 Peggy Weed

Weed, Peggy-Ripe Pears

Weed, Peggy-Ripe Pears

Ripe Pears Oil 9 x 12 $525 Peggy Weed

West, Sharon-Crimson Fall

West, Sharon-Crimson Fall

This piece was inspired by the wonderful aspen trees in their full crimson glory that can sometimes been seen in spring. Most folks may be familiar with aspens with their lovely yellow leaves, but there does come a time when those leaves turn a gorgeous red and not only in the fall but spring too! I captured these in glorious texture using palette knives, acrylic paint and acrylic gel medium. Crimson Fall Acrylic 24 x 24 $650 Sharon West

Wilson Sandy Spring Exuberance Acrylic and Oil

Wilson Sandy Spring Exuberance Acrylic and Oil

I loved how the afternoon sunlight played across this section of my garden last spring. I started with an acrylic underpainting on a Claybord panel to define the structure of the plants and then layered on glossy brushstrokes in oil to help convey the energy and light of the scene. Spring Exuberance Acrylic and oil 16 x 16 $275 Sandy Wilson

Wine, Linda Bell-Summer Fields

Wine, Linda Bell-Summer Fields

The fields along Route 50 between Middleburg and Winchester, which are ever changing, are my daily inspiration. My goal is to use art as a tool to supplement conservation efforts. Summer Fields Acrylic 20 x 16 $300 Linda Wine

Yongue, Jackie-And They're Off

Yongue, Jackie-And They're Off

With so many surrounding counties having a love for horses and enjoy the races, who could not love a capture of the Gold Cup event. And They’re Off! Watercolor 18 x 22 $1,200 Jackie Yongue

Yongue, Jackie-Winter Wonder

Yongue, Jackie-Winter Wonder

The blanket of snow brings beauty to what is forgotten. Things we forget and do not see, often catches our eye when we least expect it Winter Wonder Watercolor 11 x 13 $500 Jackie Yongue

Zeifang, Kathleen-Red Ribbon

Zeifang, Kathleen-Red Ribbon

Plein air painting on the Chesapeake Bay at sunset is always inspiring. The red underneath gives the painting a dynamic feel. Red Ribbon Oil 24 x 30 $800 Kathleen Zeifang

Zhou, Vicky-Flower farm

Zhou, Vicky-Flower farm

Flower Farm Watercolor 11 x 14 $480 Vicky Zhou

Zhou, VIcky-Sunshine after storm

Zhou, VIcky-Sunshine after storm

Sunshine After Storm Watercolor 11 x 14 $480 Vicky Zhou

Zimmerman, Cathy-Birdseye View

Zimmerman, Cathy-Birdseye View

Birdseye View Watercolor 21 x 27 $850 Cathy Zimmerman

Zimmerman, Cathy-Summer Barnyard

Zimmerman, Cathy-Summer Barnyard

Summer Barnyard Watercolor 21 x 27 $850 Cathy Zimmerman