Exhibits at Barns of Rose Hill

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.


The Art of Music Packaging Design: Album Artwork by Maria Nicklin
Runs from Wednesday, Feb. 1 – Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017
Featuring music album artwork created by local illustrator and graphic designer, Maria Nicklin.

Maria is the owner of Furyworks Productions, LLC, a small graphic arts studio located in Bluemont, Virginia. Using a combination of traditional and modern techniques, she integrates custom illustration and hand-lettering in many print, packaging and logo designs.

Before launching Furyworks Productions full time, Maria was a designer at KSA Communications in Arlington and AMS in Fairfax after making her start in graphic arts at her hometown’s local newspaper, the Fauquier Times-Democrat, in Warrenton, Virginia.

Maria is a graduate of George Mason University with a degree in art history. She continued fine arts studies for a short while at the Rhode Island School of Design and then at the Corcoran School of Art.



One More Round: Paintings by Winslow McCagg
Runs from Saturday, March 25 – Thursday, April 20, 2017

Opening Reception & Sugar Clouds Concert
Saturday, March 25:
Opening Reception begins at 7:00 PM | Music starts at 8:00 PM
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“As a young boy, Winslow came across an album titled ‘Axis Bold as Love’ and it pretty much melted him into a world of colors, to which he is still trying to find the door to the way out, but then why?

So he paints lines, shapes, and colors hoping to get there, and you ask where?”


Inspired by Spring: Artisan Jewelry Created by Rachel Rogers-Rodgers
Runs from Saturday, April 8 – Saturday, April 29
Opening Reception – Saturday, April 8 from 6:00 to 7:00 PM
Featuring artistic jewelry that has been designed and constructed around the theme of springtime in the Shenandoah Valley and Blue Ridge Mountain.

Rachel is a jewelry artist and seamstress from Bluemont, Virginia who specializes in historically inspired jewelry, accessories, and clothing. She creates the majority of her jewelry pieces using wire-working and cold forging techniques, but the fabrication possibilities have expanded as her studio has grown. In addition to custom orders, her works are available for sale at The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Firehouse Gallery, and Modern Mercantile, and Etsy. She also conducts classes and workshop around the region.