Art at the Mill Opens Fall Season

The 41st showing of Art at the Mill, the Shenandoah Valley’s largest and most popular art show and sale, opens Saturday, October 1 and runs daily through October 16, 2011 at the Burwell‐Morgan Mill in Millwood, Virginia.

Ryan Bongers is one of 250 artists exhibiting work. This oil still life is called ‘Colors’ - Image courtesy Clarke County Historical Association

The Clarke County Historical Association, sponsor of the event, received submissions from over 250 artists from 11 states and the jury has selected over 1,000 diverse pieces of original art to be displayed and sold.

Over the years, Art at the Mill has garnered a large and enthusiastic following of both artists and patrons with its unique setting, beautiful and affordable art, and authentic atmosphere. Interesting sculpture, colorful oils, elegant watercolors, fine woodworking, and exceptional pottery fill an 18th‐century operating gristmill for two weeks every spring and fall.

Artists keep 70% of their sales; the CCHA receives 30% to use for ongoing operation of the mill and its new museum and the funding of an annual art scholarship.

For more information and a full list of the show’s artists, please visit and click on Art at the Mill. E‐mail or call 540.955.2600 with questions or comments.

Art at the Mill runs from October 1—October 16, 2011 Saturdays: 10‐6; Sundays – Fridays: 12‐5

Location: 15 Tannery Lane, Burwell‐Morgan Mill Millwood, Virginia

Admission Charge:$5 admission for adults, $3 for seniors, students free.

The Mill’s interior becomes an impressive art gallery every spring and fall - Image courtesy Clarke County Historical Association

Image courtesy Clarke County Historical Association


  1. Sally Trumbower was a great leader of the Clarke County Historical Association. She had vision and education in art history. She helped Bill Whiting display his colorful landscape paintings. Sally and Bill are gone now and I will miss them very much and remember their love and good service to our community.