Local Artists,
Local Scenes


July 23 - August 21, 2022

Exhibition Jurors:
Jill Garity & Suzanne Lago Arthur

Bysshe, Stanley-You Are My Sunshine

Bysshe, Stanley-You Are My Sunshine

Best in Show Sunflowers say summertime and also a feast for songbirds. Getting an Indigo Bunting to sit just in the right spot requires a lot of luck. You Are My Sunshine Color photography 20 x 24 $125 Stanley Bysshe

Richards_Kim_ Daydream in Pink_oil (004)

Richards_Kim_ Daydream in Pink_oil (004)

Second Place Every year, I look forward to painting the cherry trees, and my favorite place to paint them is Meadowlark Botanic Garden. My favorite trees there are the ones that hang down over the pond. I am fascinated by the reflections of the blossoms in the water. Daydream in Pink Oil 14 x 17 $275 Kim Richards

Mann JaneSpring_on_Goose_Creekphotography (004)

Mann JaneSpring_on_Goose_Creekphotography (004)

Third Place This photograph was taken on Goose Creek near Leesburg in the early spring. The bright white of the sycamore trunks, the greens of the trees and shrubs just beginning to leaf, and the fuchsia of the redbud were reflected in the rapidly running creek. Limited edition archival print. Spring on Goose Creek Photography 16 x 24 $295 Jane Mann

Zhou, VIcky-The Welbourne Inn (005)

Zhou, VIcky-The Welbourne Inn (005)

Honorable Mention Charming historic Inn runs in the same family for generations. Welbourne Inn Watercolor 14 x 18 $450 Vicky Zhou

Arthur, Suzanne Lago-Harvesting Love, Rachel At Greenstone Fields

Arthur, Suzanne Lago-Harvesting Love, Rachel At Greenstone Fields

This painting of Rachel harvesting flowers at the Greenstone Fields flower farm in Purcellville VA was inspired by the harvester paintings of Millet and other Naturalist painters. It is painted in a high key palette to preserve the feeling of a hot late summer day when Rachel was at work harvesting for that weeks’ farmer’s markets. Harvesting Love, Rachel at Greenstone Fields Oil on linen mounted on aluminum panel 17 x 12 $1,500 Suzanne Lago Arthur

Arthur, Suzanne Lago-SuchIsOurBlossomLife

Arthur, Suzanne Lago-SuchIsOurBlossomLife

Painted on site at Meadowlark Gardens in Vienna, VA during the peak of Cherry Blossom season. Cherry blossoms remind us to slow down and enjoy every moment of our lives. Such as Our Blossom Life Oil on Arches Oil Paper mounted on Baltic Birch 8 x 11 $540 Suzanne Lago Arthur

Arthur, Suzanne Lago-To Begin Again, Garden Pot

Arthur, Suzanne Lago-To Begin Again, Garden Pot

I painted this from life in my friend’s garden. She has the most beautifully manicured potager style vegetable garden. This Italian clay pot was beautifully illuminated that day and caught my eye. I saw in that moment a tranquil domestic scene. One of my favorite subjects. To Begin Again, Garden Pot Oil on panel 9 x 7 $350 Suzanne Lago Arthur

Baker Michelle In The Barn Ink (003)

Baker Michelle In The Barn Ink (003)

This small black and white ink painting is a look into farm life. Animals are like family. There are times when you just sit down with them and have a talk, rest with them when they are sick or wait for a new arrival. This little scene plays out in barns throughout this region, this county and this country daily. I like that it is a bit messy because life is messy. The Barn Ink 13 x 16 $425 Michelle Baker

Baker Michelle Looking to the Mountains (003)

Baker Michelle Looking to the Mountains (003)

Whether you are here or there, the Appalachian mountain range captures one's attention. Sitting at Blue Valley Winery in Delaplane, Virginia, looking at the Blue Ridge Mountains is Zen for me. I love trying to capture the mountain's moods in ink, acrylic or mixed media. This simple painting is a light wash of ink and watercolor. Looking at the Mountains Mixed media 8 x 10 $225 Michelle Baker

Phillips, Todd-Local Landscapes !!

Phillips, Todd-Local Landscapes !!

Local Landscape II Graphite 24 x 30 $500 Todd Phillips

Phillips, Todd-Local Landscapes I

Phillips, Todd-Local Landscapes I

Local Landscape I Graphite 22 x 23 $300 Todd Phillips

Phillips, Todd-Local Landscape III

Phillips, Todd-Local Landscape III

Local Landscape III Graphite 24 x 30 $500 Todd Phillips

Block, Anne Marshall-BIg Meadows State Park

Block, Anne Marshall-BIg Meadows State Park

I hiked to see this local view at Big Meadows State Park. Who doesn’t love this gorgeous Summer view? Big Meadows State Park Oil on linen 24 x 12 $599 Anne Marshall Block

Block, Anne Marshall-Loudoun Lilies

Block, Anne Marshall-Loudoun Lilies

These Lilies in a local Loudoun Pond were blooming in colors I love to paint. Loudoun Lilies Oil on linen 12 x 12 $349 Anne Marshall Block

Brabent, Jill-Meadowlark Memories

Brabent, Jill-Meadowlark Memories

This slightly foggy, autumn morning inspired me to paint the pond at Meadowlark Gardens. The beauty and peaceful stillness of this fall day is what I wanted to convey with this impressionistic landscape. Meadowlark Memories Oil 14 x 16 $595 Jill Brabent

Brabent, Jill-SummerTrellis

Brabent, Jill-SummerTrellis

Summer Trellis is all about capturing the light on petals on a Summer Day. The beauty of Ben Lomond inspired this painting—the old rose garden has a white trellis at this historic site. Built in 1837, this house sits within five miles of the site of the First and Second Battles of Manassas. Summer Trellis Oil 18 x 14 $725 Jill Brabent

Brunini_Noreen_Antlers_Wc (003)

Brunini_Noreen_Antlers_Wc (003)

Antlers Watercolor 24 x 18 $350 Noreen Brunini

Brunini_Noreen_FarmFresh_WC (002)

Brunini_Noreen_FarmFresh_WC (002)

Farm Fresh Watercolor 17 x 22 $300 Noreen Brunini

Brunini_Noreen_Hydrangea_WC (003)

Brunini_Noreen_Hydrangea_WC (003)

Hydrangea Watercolor 24 x 18 $350 Noreen Brunini

buswell, carol-farm-use-only

buswell, carol-farm-use-only

Painted in the spring at a farm in western Loudoun County during an outing with the Loudoun Sketch Club. Farm Use Only Oil on Belgium Linen 16 x 16 $360 Carol Buswell

Buswell, Carol-Gardens at Chez Francois_edited

Buswell, Carol-Gardens at Chez Francois_edited

Painted in June during a plein air event with the Great Falls Garden Club and Arts of Great Falls. Gardens at Chez Francois Oil on Belgium Linen 14 x 16 $324 Carol Buswell

Bysshe, Stanley-Scarlet Tanager

Bysshe, Stanley-Scarlet Tanager

One of the most striking summer season birds in our area, the Scarlet Tanager spends most of its time in the forest canopy. This one apparently needed to declare its territory in the lower branches as well. Scarlet Tanager Color photography 20 x 24 $125 Stanley Bysshe

Clinton, Sharon-A Country Road in MIllwood at Dusk

Clinton, Sharon-A Country Road in MIllwood at Dusk

I was captivated by the gentle colors and the atmosphere at dusk every time I drive home after a round of golf in Millwood. A Country Road in Millwood at Dusk Oil 11 x 14 $425 Sharon Clinton

CusterSheena_NewMountainRd_acryliconpanel (003)

CusterSheena_NewMountainRd_acryliconpanel (003)

I recently moved to rural Aldie and am surrounded with views of farms, rolling hills, hundred-year old trees, and the Blue Ridge Mountains. I seized the visual fortune of my new neighborhood and painted "New Mountain Road" after a family walk. I incorporate geometry into my organic scenes so the power lines - with their parallels and diagonals- especially drew me into the scene. New Mountain Road Acrylic on panel 12 x 12 $350 Sheena Custer

Eppard.Margo.Akenfield.Mayo.Brown's.Barn.Acrylic.Oil.Canvas (003)

Eppard.Margo.Akenfield.Mayo.Brown's.Barn.Acrylic.Oil.Canvas (003)

I am always struck by this classic red barn on Unison Road. The barn's geometric lines and angles juxtaposed in the rolling hills is both simplistic and impressive. I incorporated a folk art style for the built elements of the barn and fencing, with more loose brushwork for the landscape to balance the composition. Akenfield, Mayo Brown’s Barn, Unison, VA Acrylic with oil on canvas 19 x 23 $200 Margo Eppard

Ferri, Michele-Courtyard Splendor

Ferri, Michele-Courtyard Splendor

A local courtyard of a grand estate in the splendor of a spring bloom. Courtyard Splendor Oil on board 17 x 14 $375 Michele Ferri

Ferri, Michele-Backyard Peonies

Ferri, Michele-Backyard Peonies

One doesn’t always have to venture far to view a beautiful bloom. Backyard Peonies Oil on paper 24 x 20 $400 Michele Ferri

Ford Gayle _Misty's Stall' Watercolor (003)

Ford Gayle _Misty's Stall' Watercolor (003)

This stall was occupied by an adorable paint pony who belonged to a sweet young girl. I enjoyed watching the changing sunlight in the stall, casting designs on the walls and shavings on the floor. Another "must paint". Misty’s Stall Watercolor 22.25 x 23.5 $725 Gayle Ford

Furneaux, Pam-Bronze Hill Morning

Furneaux, Pam-Bronze Hill Morning

The morning light on a graceful old stone barn caught my eye and inspired me to capture the serenity of a quiet moment. This barn is part of a beautiful historic property nestled among gentle hills and was a joy to paint. Bronze Hill Morning Oil 12 x 14 $275 Pam Furneaux

Giraldi, Angela-Barn in Wine Country (003)

Giraldi, Angela-Barn in Wine Country (003)

This was painted from a sketch done at one of Loudoun Sketch Club paint outs. Wine Country Barn Watercolor 24 x 19 $300 Angela Giraldi

Gordon, Nadya-Natural Bridge

Gordon, Nadya-Natural Bridge

This summer landscape is based on a beautiful place in Bedford County, Virginia called Peaks of Otter Lodge with a view of Abbott Lake and Flat Top Mountain. Mountain Lake Acrylic 14 x 11 $140 Nadya Gordon

Gordon, Nadya-Riverside

Gordon, Nadya-Riverside

This painting is based on a scene in the Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Park by the Potomac River in Virginia. Riverside Acrylic 11 x 14 $140 Nadya Gordon

Herman, Lorrie__Hay_Farm (003)

Herman, Lorrie__Hay_Farm (003)

The challenge of making the hay bales look like they were all over this big field was the challenge! It's all about the drawing! The calmness and the afternoon light were the attraction as well. Hay Farm Oil 24 x 30 $1,500 Lorrie Herman

Herman, Lorrie_Bountiful_Buttercups (003)

Herman, Lorrie_Bountiful_Buttercups (003)

Riding along the Virginia countryside and kept coming across these fields of stunning yellow. I think they might be buttercups or another yellow wild flower. The color was amazing! Bountiful Buttercups Oil 26 x 30 $1,200 Lorrie Herman

Hindle Stuart Burwell Morgan Mill sml (003)

Hindle Stuart Burwell Morgan Mill sml (003)

My family and I have had many a picnic next to this Mill. The area of Millwood is a little haven that seems to take us back in time when life was slower and one could take a moment to relax. Burwell-Morgan Mill (Millwood, VA) Oil on canvas 15.5 x 19.5 $650 Stuart Hindle

Hindle Stuart Dogwood Lane (003)

Hindle Stuart Dogwood Lane (003)

As I walked down the lane, the colors of spring seemed to burst out against the dark shadows and the evergreens. Dogwood Lane (State Arboretum of Virginia) Oil on canvas 14 x 18 $425 Stuart Hindle

Hindle Stuart Golden Fields sml (003)

Hindle Stuart Golden Fields sml (003)

It was a lovely surprise to come upon a field of yellow wildflowers on this hot summer morning. There was a gentle breeze making the flowers ripple… just lovely and peaceful. Golden Fields (Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve) Oil on canvas 22 x 28 $1,100 Stuart Hindle

Holdridge, Sherri-Heading Off to the Start

Holdridge, Sherri-Heading Off to the Start

This collection of work was photographed this past Spring at the Virginia Gold Cup Races on a cold, wet day. Many of my images were out of focus due to my lens fogging up. At first I dismissed them but as I continued to browse my images I was drawn to their softness, texture and color. And as I added the mixed media (encaustic and oil paint) it gave even more of a painting feel to my work. Heading Off to the Start Encaustic photography 12 x 12 on 2” birch panel $225 Sherri Holdridge

Holdridge, Sherri-In the Heatr of the Race

Holdridge, Sherri-In the Heatr of the Race

This collection of work was photographed this past Spring at the Virginia Gold Cup Races on a cold, wet day. Many of my images were out of focus due to my lens fogging up. At first I dismissed them but as I continued to browse my images I was drawn to their softness, texture and color. And as I added the mixed media (encaustic and oil paint) it gave even more of a painting feel to my work. In the Heat of the Race Encaustic photography 12 x 14 on 1” birch panel $225 Sherri Holdridge

Holdridge, Sherri-Leaping Over Timber

Holdridge, Sherri-Leaping Over Timber

This collection of work was photographed this past Spring at the Virginia Gold Cup Races on a cold, wet day. Many of my images were out of focus due to my lens fogging up. At first I dismissed them but as I continued to browse my images I was drawn to their softness, texture and color. And as I added the mixed media (encaustic and oil paint) it gave even more of a painting feel to my work. Leaping Over Timber Encaustic photography 12 x 14 on 1” birch panel $225 Sherri Holdridge

Hopkins, Laura-August Afternoon Near Unison

Hopkins, Laura-August Afternoon Near Unison

I love the juxtaposition of green trees, blue skies and the beautiful ochres of tall grasses in late summer. This is a scene at the corner of Willisville and Bloomfield just outside Unison, VA. August Afternoon Near Unison Oil on canvas 16.5 x 21 $650 Laura Hopkins

Hopkins, Laura-Dixie's Shed IV

Hopkins, Laura-Dixie's Shed IV

This piece is one of a series that focuses on a run-in shed near my home against the backdrop of Mount Weather. It serves as a destination on daily walks. In this piece I used thick paint and rich color to suggest the late summer mood. Dixie’s Shed IV Oil on panel 15.5 x 28 $950 Laura Hopkins

Huntington, Sarah-Summer Evening, Paris, Virginia

Huntington, Sarah-Summer Evening, Paris, Virginia

Summer Evening Paris, Virginia Color photograph on canvas 12 x 16 $150 Sarah Huntington

Inra, Ligia-Vineyards I & II

Inra, Ligia-Vineyards I & II

Finding myself surrounded by the beautiful hills of Virginia’s Wine Country, gave me the opportunity and the inspiration for this painting. The timing was perfect, right before Harvest. Vineyards I & II Mixed media, diptych 30 x 30 $900 Ligia Inra

Jenkins, Doris_VirginiaBluebells_Oil (003)

Jenkins, Doris_VirginiaBluebells_Oil (003)

Every Spring at Bull Run Park, the bluebells erupt in gorgeous fields of blue and violet. The paths run by a creek with bluebells rambling down and around it. Gnarled and fallen trees make for a very characteristic feature of this lovely park. Virginia Bluebells Oil on canvas 13.75 x 15 $385 Doris Jenkins

Jenkins, Doris_ShenandoahScenicView_Oil (003)

Jenkins, Doris_ShenandoahScenicView_Oil (003)

This photo and scenic view of the Shenandoah Mountains propelled me to try to capture it. The colors of the layers of mountain ranges give depth to the painting. I really liked the complement of the Golden Ragwort plants with the greens and blue-greens. Shenandoah Scenic View Oil on canvas 11.25 x 13.25 $185 Doris Jenkins

Macy, Suzan-A Time to Relax

Macy, Suzan-A Time to Relax

What can I say? I love painting foxes! A Time to Relax Oil 18 x 21 $675 Suzan Macy

Mann, David-Aldie Gristmill (Etching) (003)

Mann, David-Aldie Gristmill (Etching) (003)

The village of Aldie, Virginia grew up about mid-way between Winchester and the port of Alexandria. The farm road that it is on is now, US Route 50, stretches to the other coast at Santa Monica pier in California. Aldie Gristmill Limited Edition Hand-pulled intaglio etching - all archival 14 x 12 $200 David Mann

Mann, David-Purcellville - Grain Mill (etching) (002)

Mann, David-Purcellville - Grain Mill (etching) (002)

Purcellville Grain Mill – The Smith and Hirst seed mill was built in 1874 next to the new W&OD Railroad. As Loudoun County Milling, it was a major world supplier of orchard grass seed for packing of artillery shells and armaments during WWII. In 1943, it became a flour mill. Purcellville Grain Mill Limited Edition Hand-pulled intaglio etching - all archival 14 x 12 $200 David Mann

Mann, David-Waterford Mill (etching) (002)

Mann, David-Waterford Mill (etching) (002)

The Waterford Mill was built on Catoctin Creek in the 18th century and rebuilt in the early 19th century. It was the principal business of the community. After the war the mill produced corn meal, flour, and bran under the name of "Quaker Town Products" until 1939. Waterford Mill Limited Edition Hand-pulled intaglio etching - all archival 14 x 12 $200 David Mann

MannJane-Ice_on_the_ Potomac_II photography (003)

MannJane-Ice_on_the_ Potomac_II photography (003)

This photograph was taken at Algonkian Park Regional Park during an exceptional cold snap. The setting sun was shining off the tree trunks giving some color to what would have been an otherwise monotone print. Limited edition archival print. Ice on the Potomac II Photography 16 x 22 $275 Jane Mann

MannJaneWestern_Loudounphotography (002)

MannJaneWestern_Loudounphotography (002)

This print is a photomontage. One layer is the view from the Hillsborough Vineyards taken in fall. The other is the close-up of an old barn in Waterford with summer plantings in full bloom. I loved the pastoral feeling of both the barn and the farms. Limited edition archival print. Western Loudoun Photography 12 x 19 $275 Jane Mann

Moffat, Sarita- Vanishing Silo(s) 20x 24 (003)

Moffat, Sarita- Vanishing Silo(s) 20x 24 (003)

View from a traffic circle near Gilberts Corner - when the traffic circle wasn't there but two silos were. I have driven by here many times over the years and always admire this view, but worry that with the encroaching population it might not be for long. Vanishing Silo (s) Oil 24 x 28 $450 Sarita Moffat

Moffat-Sarita_Oatlands in the Summer_Oil_21 x 25 (2)

Moffat-Sarita_Oatlands in the Summer_Oil_21 x 25 (2)

The beautiful Oatlands Plantation always changes with the seasons and years. This view was captured in a rare summer moment. Oatlands in the Summer Oil 21 x 25 $380 Sarita Moffat

Nicely_Elise_Garden Path (003)

Nicely_Elise_Garden Path (003)

On another paint out, I found this lovely path through a garden. I was captivated by the interplay of the sunlight and shadows. What part of the painting do you like best? The Garden Path Acrylic on canvas 16 x 20 $575 Elise Nicely

Oliver, Karen-Septekmber 14, 2001

Oliver, Karen-Septekmber 14, 2001

This is from a photo I took at Oatlands Plantation three days after 9/11. It still looked lovely although the world had changed. September 14, 2001 Collage 9 x 12 $300 Karen Oliver

Palmer, Rachel Garcia-Tranquility

Palmer, Rachel Garcia-Tranquility

Painted ala prima, plein air. I came across this hammock in a private garden in Great Falls. In extreme September temperatures, it was such a quiet, cool escape. Tranquility Oil on canvas 20 x 26 $800 Rachel Garcia-Palmer

Palmer, Rachel Garcia-Lavender

Palmer, Rachel Garcia-Lavender

While working plein air at a lavender farm, I I decided to work over the ghosted colors from an oil painting, applying charcoal and pastels. I loved the effect of black marks over color, then more color over black. Lavender Mixed media on panel 11.5 x 17.5 $385 Rachel Garcia-Palmer

Parent, Terri-Another Time (003)

Parent, Terri-Another Time (003)

This spring AIM sponsored wonderful venues for painting and photography. The entire morning while walking this property I felt I was in a Jane Austen novel. The experience evoked memories of childhood, wonderful books and movies and the feeling of being in another era. Another Time Photography 14 x 11 $175 Terri Parent

Parent, Terri-Waterford Barn (003)

Parent, Terri-Waterford Barn (003)

The historic village of Waterford is magical and a favorite place to photograph. I have taken many photos of this barn. I enjoyed using some digital apps to transform this from a photograph to digital art. I enjoy trying new processes and techniques in my work. Waterford Barn Digital art 11 x 14 $175 Terri Parent

Plazibat, Antonia-LineUp (003)

Plazibat, Antonia-LineUp (003)

Ready for a ride in Middleburg, Virginia. Line Up Watercolor 8 x 10 $150 Antonia Plazibat

Plazibat, Antonia-MorningMeeting (003)

Plazibat, Antonia-MorningMeeting (003)

A busy brood of chickens at Mackintosh Fruit Farm in Berryville, Virginia. Morning Meeting Watercolor 12 x 9 $250 Antonia Plazibat

Plazibat, Antonia-SnowyCreek (003)

Plazibat, Antonia-SnowyCreek (003)

A cold, snowy day near Leesburg, Virginia. Snowy Creek Watercolor 14 x 11 $300 Antonia Plazibat

Pyles, Gomer-Crossing Goose Creek

Pyles, Gomer-Crossing Goose Creek

I have crossed this bridge, along Foxcroft Road, a number of times over the last 30 years and have always felt compelled to stop and see the changing of light and status of the tree leaves. It is a very special bend in the creek. Crossing Goose Creek Photography 16 x 20 $180 Gomer Pyles

Pyles, Gomer-Follow the Light

Pyles, Gomer-Follow the Light

I stop at this driveway, about a mile north of The Plains, every now and then to view the variations of sunsets that occur over the course of summer. It always has a sense of peace to it. Follow the Light Photography 16 x 20 $180 Gomer Pyles

Pyles, Gomer-Monet's Mirror

Pyles, Gomer-Monet's Mirror

There is a pond hiding behind a stone wall along The Plains Road between Halfway and Middleburg that has 4 Cypress and one Willow Tree reflecting from its shoreline. This was a twilight shot of the Willow's reflection... Monet’s Mirror Photography 11 x 14 $160 Gomer Pyles

Richards_Kim_River Farm_oil (003)

Richards_Kim_River Farm_oil (003)

I recently had the opportunity to paint at River Farm in Alexandria. This was my first time at this beautiful property, but it won't be my last River Farm Oil 14 x 17 $275 Kim Richards

Richards_Kim_Vineyard Barn_oil (003)

Richards_Kim_Vineyard Barn_oil (003)

This painting depicts the view from a local vineyard. It was early spring, and the vines had not yet begun to leaf out. I was inspired by the abstract quality of the vines contrasted against the barn and trees in the background, Vineyard Barn Oil 17 x 14 $275 Kim Richards

Scala, Amy-Forest of Bluebells

Scala, Amy-Forest of Bluebells

Stroll along a rushing stream surrounded by Virginia Bluebells at Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville. Forest of Bluebells Acrylic 11 x 13 $250 Amy Scala

Scala, Amy-Welbourne Inn

Scala, Amy-Welbourne Inn

At the recent AiM plein air event this small outbuilding at the Welbourne Inn caught my eye. The brick peeking through captured my interest. Welbourne Inn Jewel Acrylic 17.5 x 14.5 $300 Amy Scala

Schneider, Deborah-Inlet Near Billy Goat Trail

Schneider, Deborah-Inlet Near Billy Goat Trail

My focus was on composition, values and color. I was pleased with this Plein Air painting. I slowed down and let the view guide me. I enjoyed the process step by step. Inlet Near Billy Goat Trail Oil 10 x 13 $285 Deborah Schneider

Schneider, Deborah-Shenandoah #2

Schneider, Deborah-Shenandoah #2

To create a view for an interior space, I wanted to bring the natural world inside. From a photo taken at the overlook near Front Royal. Shenandoah #2 Oil 24 x 24 $600 Deborah Schneider

Stevens, Libby-Field in Round Hill

Stevens, Libby-Field in Round Hill

This was begun at a farm site in Hamilton on an outing with the Loudoun sketch Club…I was impressed with the simplicity of the wild shrubs against the distant tree line. Field in Round Hill Pastel 17 x 20 $550 Libby Stevens

Stevens, Libby-Tumbling Blues

Stevens, Libby-Tumbling Blues

I usually grow blue & white morning glories along my front fence in Leesburg…their simple beauty is a summer delight enjoyed by many on King Street and the cool variety of blues is always an inspiration. Tumbling Blues Pastel 12 x 15 $500 Libby Stevens

Wallace, Ann-The Pond

Wallace, Ann-The Pond

The Pond Oil 9 x 12 $550 Ann Wallace

Wallace, Ann-Water's Edge

Wallace, Ann-Water's Edge

Water’s Edge Oil 8 x 10 $500 Ann Wallace

Wallace, Ann-Country Road

Wallace, Ann-Country Road

Country Road Oil 8 x 10 $500 Ann Wallace

Weed, Peggy-Belted Galloways in Late Afternoon

Weed, Peggy-Belted Galloways in Late Afternoon

Belted Galloways in Late Afternoon Oil 14 x 18 $885 Peggy Weed

Weed, Peggy-Little Bunny

Weed, Peggy-Little Bunny

Little Bunny Oil 9 x 12 $425 Peggy Weed

Whittle, Patricia-Almost Autumn

Whittle, Patricia-Almost Autumn

Who can resist a red barn in green fields? Painted just as the cold was beginning to turn some of the leaves and skies were consistently a dusky gray, this painting epitomizes an autumn day in rural Loudoun County. Almost Autumn Oil 12 x 15 $225 Patricia Whittle

Whittle, Patricia-Still Pond

Whittle, Patricia-Still Pond

A prime example of the beauty of rural Virginia with its rolling hills, still ponds, farm buildings surrounded by a backdrop of the ancient Blue Ridge Mountains. Still Pond Oil 14 x 17 $310 Patricia Whittle

Wine, Linda Bell-Ashby's Gap in Summer

Wine, Linda Bell-Ashby's Gap in Summer

A magical place any time of year. My goal is to use art as a tool to complement and supplement conservation efforts. Ashby Gap in Summer Acrylic 8 x 10 $400 Linda Bell Wine

Wine, LInda Bell-Gap Run Road, Paris, VA

Wine, LInda Bell-Gap Run Road, Paris, VA

In 1861 Confederate General Stonewall Jackson set up camp in this area before the First Battle of Manassas. Today birds and bees and wildlife bivouac in these fields. My goal is to use art as a tool to complement and supplement conservation efforts. Gap Run Road, Paris, VA Acrylic 10 x 8 $300 Linda Bell Wine

Zhou, Vicky-Bluemont Vineyard (003)

Zhou, Vicky-Bluemont Vineyard (003)

Spring time in Virginia vineyard with Blue Ridge Mountains in the horizon. Bluemont Vineyard Watercolor 14 x 18 $450 Vicky Zhou

Zhou, Vicky-Seven Oaks Lavender Farm (003)

Zhou, Vicky-Seven Oaks Lavender Farm (003)

Seven Oaks Lavender Farm Watercolor 16 x 20 $450 Vicky Zhou

Zimmerman, Cathy-Bank Barn

Zimmerman, Cathy-Bank Barn

There is something comforting about bank barns and we are fortunate to have so many surviving in our area. Bank Barn Watercolor 17 x 21 $750 Catherine Zimmerman

Zimmerman, Cathy-Piedmont Farm

Zimmerman, Cathy-Piedmont Farm

We are lucky that productive agriculture is still central to life in the Piedmont valleys. Piedmont Farm Watercolor 17 x 21 $750 Catherine Zimmerman

Zimmerman, Cathy-If a Road Could Talk

Zimmerman, Cathy-If a Road Could Talk

A dirt road lined with stone walls make you think about those who have who have traveled the road and built the walls so long ago. If a Road Could Talk Watercolor 18 x 22 $850 Catherine Zimmerman

Henry, Cathy Suiter-Reflections in a Gallery Window (003)

Henry, Cathy Suiter-Reflections in a Gallery Window (003)

I’m fascinated by reflections and transparent objects. The images transform one’s perspective and sense of reality. Here you assume there is no fire hydrant in an art gallery but is there? Some of the reflections are superimposed over objects in the window. The reflections of the buildings are skewed. Maybe I just simply like to play with peoples’ minds. Reflections in a Gallery Window Oil 13 x 10 $290 Cathy Suiter-Henry

Henry, Cathy Suiter-Coffee on Main (003)

Henry, Cathy Suiter-Coffee on Main (003)

This is THE spot for morning coffee and yummy food on Main Street, Deja Brew. It was formerly Jimmy’s Market. I love the deep red facade and contrasting green awning. The morning light casts beautiful shadows that I enjoyed enhancing with blue. The sandwich board had more writing on it, but I wanted the little subliminal message; ‘LOOK’. Coffee on Main Oil 14 x 11 $290 Cathy Suiter-Henry

Henry, Cathy Suiter-An American Lunch (003)

Henry, Cathy Suiter-An American Lunch (003)

While in Old Town Warrenton on a photo shoot, I stopped into Molly’s Irish Pub for a glass of wine. There across from me sitting at the window was the perfect composition; a father and son looking through the menu. The sun streaming through the window, the way they seemed so intimate and quiet there under the American flag flanked by two Irish flags. An American Lunch Oil 15 x 12 $540 Cathy Suiter-Henry