EXHIBITS

Throughout the year, we offer rotating exhibits in our two galleries. We partner with local, national, and international artists and artisans as well as local schools, community members, and other organizations to showcase art and objects of interest for all to enjoy.

Exhibit Admission is Free. Our exhibits are open Tuesday-Saturday (Closed Mondays) from Noon to 3:00 PM as well as during concerts and by appointment.

Abigail Gómez Exhibit: Raíces

Friday, July 5 – Saturday, August 31 in the Lower Gallery

Inspired by her Cuban heritage, visual artist Abigail Gómez presents vibrant and expressive “universally accessible” mixed  media paintings in the series Raíces (Roots). Abigail is a teaching artist, arts advocate, and is the owner of Pretty Girl Painting. Abigail also facilitates international community mural projects in the US, the Dominican Republic and in Cuba, and arranges legal art and cultural tours to Cuba for small groups of Americans. Abigail’s artwork has been exhibited throughout the United States, from San Francisco to Miami, and abroad in Europe and Latin America.

 

 

Luis Lamothe Duribe

Friday, July 5 – Saturday, August 31 in the Upper Gallery

Born in Havana, Cuba, Luis Lamothe Duribe is an extraordinary artist who creates images of the land of his birth in whimsical, black-and-white linoleum prints.  Lamothe then prints — on a small, handpress — exceedingly small runs of his works, usually printing only 15 copies of the pieces he has spent a month or more carving into used floor linoleum.

 

 

Robert Ballard

Wednesday, September 4 – Saturday, September 28 in the Upper Gallery

Ten years ago influenced by the charming illustrations of Calef Brown and animal drawings by outsider artists like Rev. R.A. Miller and Robert Traylor I began a series of whimsical animals and figures that are loosely rendered with thick black outlines borrowing from Chaim Soutine with soft overlapping colors reminiscent of Raoul Dufy and often with exaggerated multifaceted forms existing in a shallow cubist and bent space producing such classics as Whatee, Big Daddy, and Kitty Baby.

 

The Loudoun Sketch Club 75th Anniversary Exhibit & Art Sale

Saturday, October 5 –  Saturday, October 26 in the Lower Gallery and Upper Gallery

The Loudoun Sketch Club Presents 75 Years of Excellence with a curated exhibition and sale of original art by our members. Also on view will be a special retrospective section of paintings from LSC’s early years.

 

Mike Caplanis Exhibit

Saturday, November 2-  Saturday, November 30 in the Lower Gallery

My career has taken me many places professionally and into many diverse and challenging situations.  My answer to these challenges has always been to represent ideas visually (the words invariably follow).  I think visually and the progress of an idea forms first as a kind of storyboard in my head.

 

From Downtown Berryville

From East Main Street/State Route 7 Business, turn onto Chalmers Court. Note: Main Street turns from West Main Street into East Main Street at the Church Street/Main Street intersection.

Proceed a short distance on Chalmers Court and look for the large sign that reads Berryville-Clarke County Government Center / Clarke County Library / Barns of Rose Hill on the right side of the road.

Turn right into the large parking lot after the sign. You will see Barns of Rose Hill located to the right of the Government Center. Parking is free.

Free parking is available next door at the Berryville-Clarke County Government Center / Clarke County Library / Barns of Rose Hill parking lot. The Government Center address is 101 Chalmers Court.

Accessibility: There are several specially marked parking spaces designated for disability parking in the parking lot next door. We have exterior wheelchair ramps from the parking lot to the building. The lower and upper levels are accessible via the elevator. We also have a wheelchair for guests available upon request.

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