50 artists, 7 galleries, 2 days: This weekend

Detail of a work in Arches paper and watercolor by Sperryville artist Margot Neuhaus, from her “Light Motives” series.
Detail of a work in Arches paper and watercolor by Sperryville artist Margot Neuhaus, from her “Light Motives” series.

The hills and byways of Rappahannock will be alive with art this Saturday and Sunday (Nov. 1-2) during the Rappahannock Association for Arts and the Community’s 10th annual Artists of Rappahannock Open Studio and Gallery Tour.

The RAAC tour offers the chance to visit with and see the work of the 20 juried artists — and their own invited visiting artists — in the artists’ creative environs, as well as explore seven galleries. The tour headquarters, at the Washington fire hall, will be transformed into a gallery exhibiting samples of the tour artists’ works. The tour runs 10 to 5 both days and costs $10 per person (good for both days).

Washington artist Nancy Keyser gets some of her recent works ready for this weekend’s studio and gallery tour.Megan S. Smith | Rappahannock News
Washington artist Nancy Keyser gets some of her recent works ready for this weekend’s studio and gallery tour.

The list of more than 50 artists participating this year includes all of the spotlighted artists featured in Rapphannock News articles over the last two months (visit RappNews.com/artists to see those), plus Brenda Van Ness (photographer/mixed media), Tom Mullany (painter/sculptor), Rosabel Goodman-Everard (painter/mixed media), Benita Rauda Gowen (painter), Margot Neuhaus (painter/photographer), Nedra Smith (painter), Libet Henze (potter), Darien Reece (painter, mixed media), Margaret Rogers (print maker, drawings), Ruth Anna Stolk  (painter), Peter Kramer and Mike Wolniewicz (fine furniture makers).

You’ll find everything else you need to know at raac.org.

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