Art at the River Juried Art Show
11th Annual Art at the River - May 5, 2024
Every year, an array of artists add a touch of creative flair to the Historic Yorktown waterfront for the Art at the River Juried Art Show. During the event, guests can stroll down the Riverwalk to marvel at the incredible one-of-a-kind work on display and for sale—paintings, pottery, jewelry, glass arts, photography, woodwork, metalwork, and much more!
Artists are carefully selected for this exhibition. The chosen creators travel to Yorktown from Richmond and the greater Tidewater area to participate in this popular community event. Each artist draws their inspiration from a variety of sources, and those revelations are arguably as intriguing as their artwork.
Artists are invited to submit their work to participate in Yorktown’s 11th Annual Art at the River juried art show on Sunday, May 5, 2024, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to be held at Riverwalk Landing.
All applicants must be 18 years of age or older.
Application fee is $25. However, artists awarded Best of Show and 1st place in the 2023 show will be exempt from the application fee of $25, but must send in application.
Space fees are $100 for a regular 10x10 space. $125 for a corner/end 10x10 space.
- Paintings (watercolors, oils, acrylics, tempera, pastels, etc.)
- Pen & ink drawings
- Mixed media
2023 Art at the River Winners
The Art at the River Committee has announced the winners of their 10th Annual Juried Art Show which took place on Sunday, May 7, at Riverwalk Landing. We would like to thank all the talented artists who participated in this special community event as well as those who attended. It was a great show!
Susan H. Powell Best in Show Award
Gabrielle Patrice – Acrylics
The highly coveted Susan H. Powell Best in Show Award is in memory of the founder of the Art at the River Juried Art Show. Susan was a dedicated volunteer who enriched many lives by promoting the arts, not just in Yorktown, but across the Peninsula. Attendees can also vote for their favorite entry.
People's Choice Award
David Dubbé -- Metalworks
1st place: Ellen DeMaria – Watercolor
2nd place: Tenley Raithel – Oils
3rd place: Stephany Elsworth – Pen/Ink
Honorable Mention: Jane Keckler – Watercolors
1st place: Russell Turnage – Porcelain pottery
2nd place: John Tobin – Clay sculpture
3rd place: David Dubbé – Metalworks
Honorable Mention: James Chamberlain – Brass
1st place: Jama Watts
2nd place: Amy Snowden
3rd place: Arial Gray
Honorable Mention: Diane Milner
1st place: Richard Hogge
2nd place: Wendy Nelson
3rd place: Billy Garrett
Honorable Mention: Brian Ford