Tamarack’s David L. Dickirson Fine Arts Gallery represents over 500 juried West Virginia artists. Every six to eight weeks, the gallery hosts a new and unique exhibition, giving artists throughout West Virginia the opportunity to showcase their incredible talents. The gallery proudly features a variety of subjects and mediums that truly represent the Best of West Virginia.

Virtual Gallery

Current Exhibition

The 14th Annual Best of West Virginia Open Juried Exhibition

Exhibition Run: June 25 – August 15

Tamarack Marketplace celebrates West Virginia artists by showcasing their creativity and talent in this special juried competition.  This show, which opens West Virginia Day weekend, is the only exhibition hosted by the David L. Dickirson Fine Arts Gallery that can be entered by any artist or artisan who is a West Virginia resident.
Featured Artists:

Alex Brand, Andrea Brunais, Anne Johnson, Annette Verna, Betty McMullen, Bob Fisher, Brian Fencl, Bruce Fransen, Byron Young, Cecil Ybanez, Charmagne Ayotte, Chelsea Cooper, Cheryl Harshman, Chet Lowther, Christan DeLeon, Christine Rhodes, Connor Humen, Daniel McQuade, Daniele Piasecki, Dave Gravely, Dave Green, Dave Mele, David Johnston, Dick Allowatt, Domi Williams, Erin Duffy, Elizabeth Dooley, Fierce Sonia, Frank Gourley, Fred Hays, G2 Handwerker, Jamal Hoskins, Jamey Biggs, Jane Ann Long, Jane Cardi, Jeff Morehead & Becky Anderson, Jeff Sims, Jesus Perez, Jill Moles Mullins, Jo Perez, John Comerci, John Verbosky, Judith Bair, Karen Chamblin, Keith McClanahan, Kelsie Tyson, Kevin Bennington, Kevin King, Kevin Woodcock, Kilsong Cox, Kylie Lallemont, Larry Bragg, Larry Weese, Laura Chapman, Laura Moul, Lavana Lemley, Leiane Gibson, Leona Mackey, Logan Beach, Machele Kindle, Maggie Volkwein, McKenzie Young, Michael Teel, Mike Bowen, Nan Perry, Nicole Suptic, Pat Cross, Pam Lake, Patty Wolford, Phillip Swearingen, Randall Sanger, Randy Selbe, Ric McDowell, Richard Shrewsbury, Robby Moore, Robert Villamagna, S. Roshanna Rothberg, Sara Persinger, Sharon Harms, Sheena Pendley, Stephen Lewis, Tammy McGraw, Vernon Howell

Head Over Hills

It is easy to look at West Virginia’s beauty with a jaded eye. When the scenery you’re surrounded by on your commute to work is so picturesque, that it looks like the places people book on vacation sites to “get away from it all,” we tend to forget how fortunate we are to be surrounded by the magical views our mountains grant us. Through our creative endeavors we can capture and share a small piece of the magic that is West Virginia landscapes, creatures, and stories, which is exactly the goal for ‘Head Over Hills,’ our next themed exhibition. The David L. Dickirson Fine Arts Gallery is asking you to fall in love all over again with the place we call home and help us share the views we see daily with our guests and visitors.

 Image Submission Deadline: June 27, 2022 
  Decision Notifications (sent via email) July 1 – 2, 2022 
  Drop Off Deadline for Accepted Work: August 14, 2022 
  Exhibition Run: August 26 – October 5, 2022 
  Work Pick Up Deadline: October 8, 2022 

Gogh With The Flow

An exhibition where we ask our juried artisans to take inspiration from the work of one of the world’s most recognized artists, Vincent Van Gogh. They can recreate their works in a similar style, or vice versa, recreating one of his popular works in their own style.

 Image Submission Deadline: September 5, 2022
Decision Notifications (sent via email)  September 7-9, 2022
  Drop Off Deadline for Accepted Work: October 5, 2022
  Exhibition Run: October 15 – November 23, 2022
  Work Pick Up Deadline: November 26, 2022

Pop! Goes the Culture

An exhibition featuring artwork exploring modern and past pop culture and how it has changed and the impact it makes on what we consume. This could also tie in together with pop art, think Andy Warhol.
December 3, 2022– January 18, 2023 
Image Submission Deadline: October 17, 2022
Decision Notifications (sent via email) October 21 – 22, 2022
Drop Off Deadline for Accepted Work: November 20, 2022
Exhibition Run: December 3, 2022- January 18, 2023
Work Pick Up Deadline: January 28, 2023

Links to submit and more information coming soon!

Youth Art Gallery


Youth Arts In The Park presents: Appalachian Spring Wildflower Contest

Youth Arts in the Parks is a student competition that celebrates ecology through art! Students have the opportunity to raise awareness of Appalachia’s natural diversity and parks. All artwork will be on display at Tamarack Marketplace this spring.
Physical exhibit at Tamarack’s theater vestibule: April 2 – May 7, 2022
Online exhibit at www.nps.gov: opens mid-April, 2022

Upcoming Youth Exhibition

We are currently working on our upcoming Youth Art Exhibitions.

Open Air Gallery

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