On View > “Roger Dale Brown: Exploring Virginia’s Beautiful Piedmont”
May 21–July 2, 2022
Berkley Gallery will soon present a show of new paintings by Roger Dale Brown, ones that focus on the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains that rise near the gallery’s home base in Warrenton, Virginia.
Born in Birmingham, Alabama, and raised in Tennessee, Brown is renowned for his teaching skills and is a leading member of the Oil Painters of America, American Impressionist Society, Cumberland Society of Painters, and American Society of Marine Artists. He is also past president of the Plein Air Painters of the Southeast.
The upcoming exhibition will feature 12 studio pieces along with fresh works that Brown will paint around the Piedmont region during the four days just before the show opens. On that big day, he will also demonstrate his techniques at the gallery itself.
The Piedmont is unusually rich in both history (just for example, Thomas Jefferson’s impressive Monticello) and natural beauty, encompassing agricultural land, horse farms, rolling hills, and waterways.
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