Silver Maples Gallery

No Escape

Rollin M. Stanton, III

Photograph, Archival Print
12″ x 12″ on 13″ x 19″

Crabtree Falls

Rollin M. Stanton, III

Photograph, Archival Print
12″ x 16″ on 13″ x 19″ paper

Tide Pool

Rollin M. Stanton, III

Photograph, Archival Digital Print
20″ x 12,” Framed 28″ x 21″

Night Sky II

Rollin M. Stanton, III

Photograph, Archival Digital Print
19″ x 9,” Framed 28″ x 19″

All-a-Flatter

Anita Zymolka

Watercolor
14″ x 20″

 

Gnatcatcher

Anita Zymolka

Watercolor
12″ x 16″

The Devil on Her Shoulder

Anita Zymolka

Watercolor
14″ x 20″

 

The Visitors

Anita Zymolka

Watercolor
14″ x 20″

 

Girl in a Scarf

Lori Wallace-Lloyd

Mixed Media
15″ x 17″

Blue & White Vase

Lori Wallace-Lloyd

Mixed Media
16″ x 13″

 

Pink Anemone

Lori Wallace-Lloyd

Oil
6″ x 8″

Pink & White Tulip

Lori Wallace-Lloyd

Oil
8″ x 6″

Located 60 miles from Washington, DC at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near the entrance to Skyline Drive in Washington, VA. is Silver Maples Gallery.  Two very prominent Silver Maple trees grace the front of the property, hence the name.  The building was built in 1920 by George Washington Hawkins, a local builder of many Virginia Farmhouse-style homes in Rappahannock County, Virginia.

Our mission is to provide an opportunity for artists to exhibit their works in an exclusive setting.  We want to focus on the individual artist and their work.  The unique accessibility of Silver Maples Gallery is what sets us apart from other boutique galleries.

Silver Maples Gallery plans to host several Artists each year representing many styles and techniques.  Please visit our website for information on current and future Artists.  Patrons are invited to sign up for email notifications on shows and events via our website.

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Silver Maples Gallery participated in the September virtual art exhibitions, featuring artist Lori Wallace-Lloyd. Click here to watch the recording of the live Meet-the-Artist event.