J. Riley Stewart
Self-taught art photographer J. Riley Stewart creates large-scale Limited Edition photographs of romantic-style landscapes, nature, and Americana.
His scenes come from the most serene places in the U.S. and Europe, including projects that explore the moodiness of Scottish and German castles, contemplative pastorals and nature scenes from the American Piedmont and Appalachia, inspiring presence of grand old trees in the tidal Carolinas, and majestic mountain landscapes from the American West. Jim's artwork appears in a number of private and corporate collections and can be seen in regional exhibits and in publications dedicated to the preservation of Virginia's scenic beauty and cultural heritage. Public partners include George Washington's Mount Vernon, Westmoreland Davis Foundation/ Morven Park, The Aldie Mill and Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, The Mosby Heritage Area Association, Fairfax County (Virginia) Parks Authority, and the Clarke County (Virginia)Historical Association and in the Arts in the Village Gallery in Leesburg, Virginia.