Art Galleries in the Blue Ridge Mountains
The beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains have attracted so many amazing and talented artists! Look here for over 250 art galleries featuring fine art and craft, including paintings, pottery, wood, jewelry, folk pottery, and other handmade work by local and regional artists.
Market Gallery is a an artist cooperative gallery of 30 regional artists who exhibit paintings, drawings, assemblages, sculpture, serigraphs, photography, pottery, urban artifacts and other art forms. The Market Gallery shows only original artwork, both framed and unframed.
23 Salem Avenue
Virginia, Roanoke 24011
Washington County Arts Council hosts monthly exhibits and opening receptions for local artists, in addition to maintaining the Gallery Shop. The Gallery shop offers jewelry, pottery, paintings, textiles, books, blown and fused glass, wood art, and photography by over 135 artists.
34 S Potomac Street
Maryland, Hagerstown 21740
Inkwell Autograph Gallery offers a selection of Civil War autographs, presidential autographs and historical signed documents and manuscripts, as well as a selection of signed books in many fields.
529 Baltimore Street
Pennsylvania, Gettysburg 17325
Stafford Art Glass houses some of the finest and most innovative blown glass creations in the region. Owner and artisan Parker Stafford can be seen demonstrating the ancient art of glassblowing, and an attached gallery displays some innovative and unique glass designs by Stafford and other artisans in the area, region and nation. All items are made entirely by hand in by U.S. artisans. You can buy glass art, or watch or create your own handblown treasure for a memorable experience.
8685 Virginia Avenue (US RT 460W)
Virginia, Newport 24128
42 West Arts Co-op is an art and craft co-operative gallery featuring the work of artists and craftsmen from Waynesboro, Pennsylvania and the surrounding area.
42 W. Main Street
Pennsylvania, Waynesboro 17268
artWorks Gallery is a James Madison University's student-run gallery, exhibiting work by undergraduate and graduate students in loft space in the former Graves Electric building. Exhibits change on average every two weeks, and they are sponsored by JMU's School of Art, Design and Art History. New Image Gallery features contemporary photography and new media by regional, national, and international artists.
131 Grace Street
Virginia, Harrisonburg 22801