4th Annual

Appalachian Trail Art Show

presented by Round Hill Outdoors & the Round Hill Arts Center
Join Round Hill’s Appalachian Trail Art Show celebrating the Trail and the surrounding Great Outdoors. The A.T. is a designated National Scenic Trail that stretches 2,200 miles from Maine to Georgia. It’s right in our backyard, less than 5 miles away, with local hotspots like Bear’s Den and Raven Rocks. Help us to connect our community with the A.T. by stopping by and saying hello.

All Ages Welcome

  • Students (K through 12)
  • Adult

Any Medium

  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Pottery
  • Textile

Only 100% original individual works

Theme = A.T. + Outdoors

Artwork subjects should celebrate the Appalachian Trail and local Great Outdoors. Examples include:

  • Hiking Images
  • Maps & Navigation
  • Vast Natural Beauty
  • Native Plants & Animals
  • Leave No Trace

Key Dates

  • 3/12, 3/13, 3/14/2021: SUBMISSIONS DUE at Round Hill  Arts Center
  • 3/19-4/30/2021: Physical Art Show open daily from 12-4 pm at Round Hill Art Center
  • 3/19/2021: Virtual Art Show and Video available online.

Our 2021 Virtual Show!

We will add new entries to our virtual Art Show as they are submitted. Physical works submitted at the Round Hill Arts Center will be hung and available to view on March 19th. All entries receive a small prize and a chance at 2 randomly selected Grand Prizes. We are unable to host our usual in-person Art Show (reception, judges) this year due to Covid concerns, but we’ll be back in 2022!

DEEP IN THE WOODS

Acrylic Painting by Kathleen Howsare

18”x 24” acrylic on canvas
$900

 

 

Stream Serenade

By Jill Jensen

Textile Art
Wet cyanotype, indigo shibori, stitching
60″ x 15″
$1,800.

EMERGENCE

 

Mixed Media by Judith Arnold

BEHIND THE CURRENTS

 

Mixed Media by Judith Arnold

2020 CATALYST

 

Mixed Media by Judith Arnold

JACK IN THE PULPIT

 

Mixed Media

By Jody Brady

WOODLAND'S EDGE (Black-eyed Susan)

 

Mixed Media

by Jody Brady

NATURE (Inspired by Gustav Klimt)

 

Quilt by Connie Condrell

THE ROOTS OF NATURE

 

Painting by Madison Dunbar

2020 Gallery