The Rappahannock River Waterfowl Show is an unique art festival showcasing wildfowl art.
Original paintings, prints, carvings of life-size and miniature birds of all kinds, decoys for display or hunting, antique decoys, exquisite bronze sculptures, photography, taxidermy, and handcrafted jewelry are all available to purchase or enjoy viewing.
Exhibitors come from Pennsylvania to Florida and most exhibitors return each year. New exhibitors are selected who enhance the show’s reputation of having a high quality art show. Many visitors are amazed that a rural fire department hosts such a first-rate art exhibition.
Located in the small town of White Stone, which is on the Rappahannock River, near the Chesapeake Bay, the Rappahannock River Waterfowl Show has become a popular destination for art enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. In 2007 about 3,000 people attended from over 12 states.