Because of the pending risk associated with Hurricane Florence, the Tappahannock Artists Guild has postponed its Fall fundraiser, the “Barn Party”. This event will be rescheduled and the new date will be posted as soon as that decision is made.
RIVAHFEST in Tappahannock, Virginia and the Tappahannock Artists Guild (TAG) are joining together to announce a competition to create the official poster for the 14th annual RIVAHFEST on June 17, 2017.
2017 TAG PHOTO CONTEST: JURIED AND PEOPLE’S CHOICE
CALL FOR ARTISTS THE RIVER OF LIFE: SOURCE AND DESTINATION
TAPPAHANNOCK ARTISTS GUILD, INC., ‘TAG,’ announces its first PEOPLE’S CHOICE photo contest.
The submission email address has been corrected to email@example.com. We apologize for any confusion created by the error.
An artist’s journey from realism to abstraction Ruth Ann Wilson Mixed Media OPENING RECEPTION: January 13, 2017, 5-7 pm Show runs from January 13 – February 26, 2017
On October 22nd TAG is hosting our fall gala at historic Ben Lomond , the home of Craig and Zorine Shirley. The house is nearly 50 years older than the Declaration of Independence. This formal Georgian house and the property’s
A long-awaited KonKons show is now available for viewing in the main gallery, here in Tappahannock! Artists Konst & Konstantina Konstantinov have mounted an excellent show with very interesting multi-media and sculptural works. In their own words: “We believe Art is the
In this series of oil paintings created over several years, Linda Shields explores the many layers of river life. During summers and weekends at her family’s Dunnsville cottage, this SMS graduate has captured the colors and shapes of the Rappahannock
Display your art and antiques in the show! Your item doesn’t have to be an heirloom! Any object of artistic, sentimental or historical interest with thought-provoking history will help to make this show a success. Perhaps Grandma’s Teapot had a
Learn the artistic and technical aspects of using correct perspective for fine art. This class will be taught by TAG exhibiting artist and architect George Jennings. The class will be a continuing series, starting with two sessions on Wednesdays March
Faith Gaillot thought of a career in journalism, but took a commercial art course simply by chance in her senior year of high school. As the course ended, she made a promise to her enthusiastic teacher to further pursue her