Round Hill Native Species Virtual Art Show September 4 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Round Hill Outdoors and the Town of Round Hill sponsored a virtual art show this summer showcasing works inspired by Virginia Native Plants and Animals. Everyone who entered will receive a packet of native wildflower seeds from Watermark Woods and a chance to win a. $50 gift certificate for Native Plants. The raffle winner will be announced on Friday, September 4th.
All entries appear below. Enjoy!
Ostrich Fern, Manipulated digital photograph by Jody Brady “Preying Mantis Drawing by Connie Condrell Fern Photograph by Carol Clay-Ward Showy Orchid, Drawing by Jody Brady Red-bellied Woodpecker Photograph by Carol Clay-Ward Monarch Chrysalis Photograph by Tim Smith Virginia Bluebells, Photograph by Susan Stowe Pop Art Monarchs, Manipulated digital photograph by Jody Brady Barred Owl Photograph by Carol Clay-Ward Turtle Photograph by Carol Dennis “Pollination” Photograph by Carol Clay-Ward Fritillary Chrysalis Photograph by Tim Smith White-Tailed Deer in Winter Photograph by Susan Stowe Chincoteague, VA Native Sand Crab Photograph by Carol Dennis From the Naturalist’s Notebook Drawings by Jody Brady Spartina Marsh Grass Photograph by Carol Dennis “Toadus Berryvillius” (American Toad) Photograph by Jean Carrigan “Hanging Out” Photograph by Duane Ebersole “Your Feeder is Running Low” Photograph by Duane Ebersole Swallowtail Photograph by Carol Clay-Ward American Lotus, Purcellville, Virginia Photograph by Shannon Gilmore “Backyard Butterfly” Purcellville, Virginia Photograph by Shannon Gilmore “Reflection” (Round Hill, Virginia) Photograph by Shannon Gilmore Monarch on Black-Eyed Susan Photograph by Carol Clay’Ward “Swallowtail After the Rain” Photograph by Ashley Johnson “Great Horned Owlet” Photograph by Jenny Erickson “Jumping Spider” Photograph by Jenny Erickson “Mountain Mint” Photograph by Jenny Erickson “Trillium and Fiddlehead Ferns” Cast concrete (originally clay) sculpture by Wendy Pierce “He Loves Me” Photograph by Ashley Johnson “Black-Eyed Susan” Drawing by Isaac Johnson, Age 6 “Black Swallowtail” Drawing by Ellie Johnson, Age 4 “ImPRESSED by Natives” Pressed New England Asters, Wild Strawberry and Common Blue Violets with colored pencil By Ashley Johnson