I recently exhibited five paintings in Art at the Mill.
Every spring for two weeks, the Burwell-Morgan Mill in the quaint village of Millwood, Virginia, becomes an extraordinary art gallery. In its 22nd year, Art at the Mill has become one of the premier art shows in the mid-Atlantic region, attracting artists and buyers from over a dozen states.
Art at the Mill is a major fundraiser — providing the operating funds for both the Mill and Clarke County’s Museum and Archives. Proceeds also help a deserving local student pursue a university education in the fine arts by awarding a $5,000 scholarship annually.
During each show, around 300 juried artists display over 1,000 pieces of art of all descriptions and media. Oil paintings are predominant, but other types of painting, mixed-media, sculpture, fine woodworking, and pottery round out the stunning diversity of the show.
Art at the Mill is truly a feast for the senses. People are amazed when they walk through the old door of the mill and are met with so much beautiful art housed in an amazing relic from the 18th century.