R.H. Ballard Gallery

Towards the Blue Ridge

Robert Ballard

Acrylic on panel
24″ x 24″

Winter’s Tree

Giselle Gautreau

Encaustic on panel
11″ x 14″

Triumph of the Mountain

Tom Tartaglino

Oil on canvas on panel
36″ x 64″

The Soul of Dusk

Tom Tartaglino

Hand colored etching, ed. 40
9″ x 9″


Myra White

Encaustic on panel
12″ x 12″

Chair and Window

Rob Browning

Oil and acrylic on canvas
30” x 24”

Copse II

Rob Browning

Oil on canvas
24” x 30”
$3,900 – SOLD

Island Tree

Rob Browning

Oil and acrylic on canvas
24” x 20”

Located in historic Washington, Virginia, R.H. Ballard Gallery was founded in 1997 by Robert H. Ballard, an established artist and curator who has been in the gallery/museum business for over 40 years.

The gallery has a changing exhibition program, where work by gallery artists rotates throughout the year including a select number of one person and group exhibitions.  Quality painting, sculpture, ceramics, and original prints are featured in the gallery lineup from artists in Rappahannock County and the region, curated by Robert H. Ballard.

The gallery is one block from the Inn at Little Washington, about one and a half hours from Washington, DC, in beautiful Rappahannock County at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Open every day, except Tuesday, 10 – 6.


R.H. Ballard Gallery participated in the July virtual art exhibitions, featuring artist Tom Tartaglino. Click here to view more of his work and here to watch the recording of the live Meet-the-Artist event.