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.

National Park Quilt Exhibit

Sunday, October 1– Saturday, November 25

“Inspired By” Quilters have done it again- A collection of 177 original art quilts depicting the widely-varying landscapes, flora, and fauna of our national parks will be exhibited throughout the Barns.

 

Timothy Chambers Exhibit

Wednesday, November 1– Saturday, November 25

Timothy Chambers is an American artist renown for his exquisite landscapes and portraits in true, natural color. Few artists are able to combine color and essence as he can. We invite you to browse the gallery and contact us to commission your own beautiful piece.

 

A Little Art Sale

Friday, December 1– Saturday, December 23

In time for the holidays, a special sale of 19th- 20th and 21st- century original artwork in the Upper Gallery! The Hall will be decorated for the Yuletide season, and this eclectic exhibit and sale will include several works by beloved regional artists, including Don Black, Ron Heath and Ed Cooper. Whether a beautiful 19th-century oil portrait or a pastoral landscape, you’ll likely find a treasure.  Free and open to the public!

 

Inuit Art Exhbit

Friday, February 2– Monday, February 26

A recurrent theme in Inuit art is the relationship between humans and the wilderness of North America’s Arctic edge. From colorful tapestries depicting fantastic scenes of shamanism to whale vertebrae carved into totems, the artwork blurs boundaries between the physical and spiritual worlds.

 

Isabelle Truchon Exhibit

Friday, May 4– Thursday, May 31

Exploring themes on the social human experience through organic elements, nature, and animals are an instinctual essence in my work. My life is a web of experiences interwoven through relationships, living beings, the environment, the quest for truth and non-judgement. These fundamental factors are my driving force in my artistic journey.

 

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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