The 38th annual Rappahannock River Waterfowl Show will be held March 18 and 19 at the White Stone Firehouse, 578 Chesapeake Drive, White Stone.
Each year visitors to the show find amazing paintings, carvings, photographs or sculpture that they talk about for days, weeks and months following the show, said co-chairman Pat Bruce. Perhaps one of Steve Rogers’ boat paintings, a heron painting by Art LaMay, a bronze osprey by David Turner, a photo by Dan Williams, a carved scene featuring several birds by Chuck Robertson, or one of David Davis’ natural finish geese stands out as memorable, or finds a new home. There is always something for all interests at the show.
The weekend festivities will begin with the Preview Night Gala March 17. This evening event gives attendees the opportunity to visit with the artists and perhaps purchase that special painting, carving or sculpture early, said Bruce. Preview Night guests will have a chance on winning a special door prize just for the Preview Night, an original carving by David Davis of Williamsburg.
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