The North Windsor Artists are a well known group of local artists in the King George and Fredericksburg area.  The  group was created when the artists met weekly at Jack Darling’s home and studio to paint and support one another over many years.  The North Windsor Artists have developed a following over the years who support and love these artists.  I am privileged in that over time, the group has allowed new members, such as myself and Paula Raudenbush, to join their venerable ranks.

In preparation for a memorial exhibit for Jack Darling and the North Windsor Artists at the Fredericksburg Museum in 2014, the group is exhibiting recent works together in various venues.

Here are samples of North Windsor Artists works displayed at the July 2013 Exhibit at the Central Rappahannock Regional Library in Fredericksburg, VA.  Exhibiting members include:  Dee McCleskey, Carrol Morgan, Helen Butler, Sharon Ross, Joan Limbrick, Anita Holle, Robyn Ryan, Jane Woodworth, Elsie Hagenlocher, and Paula Raudenbush.


Paula Raudenbush and Dee McCleskey with Dee’s pastel paintings



Paula Raudenbush’s botanical watercolor paintings



Elsie Hagenlocher’s paintings



Jane Woodworth’s paintings


Robyn Ryan and Acrylic Layer Paintings

Me with two of my five Acrylic Layer paintings on exhibit


Carrol Morgan painting

Carrol Morgan’s portrait of Hubert Jackson, one of several on display

The reception for the July 2013 North Windsor Artists Exhibit at the Central Regional Rappahannock Library Headquarters Theater was a resounding success with many old and new friends joining the artists for the event.

NWA Exhibit Reception

North Windsor Artists Exhibit Opening Reception
(Artwork of Helen Butler, Sharon Ross, Joan Limbrick, and Anita Holle in view)

Stay tuned for upcoming North Windsor Artists events leading up to the Fredericksburg Museum exhibit in 2014.

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