Visual Arts in the PAL Gallery

When you visit the Theater at PAL, please note the art on the walls.  All pieces are by local artists and for sale.  A portion of all proceeds go directly to benefit PAL.  The Artists who are currently working with PAL are:

Helen Berliner

This Rixeyville artist has exhibited internationally.

Check out this clip of a recent show in Sperryville.

Jean B. Moyer

For this Luray, Virginia, painter, “Painting is happiness.”

She adds that “I usually take photos of whatever interests me, and whatever I think would make a good painting. I then work in my studio enjoying the planning process and the moment when the paint brush and colors meet the untouched area and change it into my vision. Light and shadow are important ingredients.”

Find out more about this artist at her website.

Eileen Carlock,

originally from Rockville, Maryland, moved to Luray, Virginia, in 1998. Eileen is best known for her Waterfalls of The Shenandoah National Park collection which gained regional attention after appearing in The Washington Post’s Sunday source section last year.

She uses digital photography to combine her computer graphics background with her photographic skills: She often overlays digitally transparent images in her art. Many of Carlock’s photographs are rich in light and vibrant color, however, her recent photography project, called The American Civil War, is primarily black & white and some sepia tones.

Find out more about this artist at her website:

Susan Rocke

Susan is an artist and owner of Shenandoah Moon, the favorite shop in Luray (#1 on Trip Advisor), Susan creates hand-crafted fabric pieces and jewelry, and also carries unique items from around the world. PAL is pleased to present a selection of her beautiful hand-dyed silk scarfs. For more information about this shop and its unique gifts, go to