Our Eastern Shore Art League Gallery is the place to go to find beautiful, affordable paintings and fine crafts by artists on the Shore. Open Mid April through December. Thursday and Friday, 10 AM – 4 PM and Saturday, 10 AM – 3PM.

Susan McGuire – November Featured Artist




Susan McGuire began painting as a child with Saturday morning lessons from a wonderful watercolorist, I. Max Hendershott III. College and career resulted in a lengthy hiatus from painting to focus on writing, video producion and marketing. By age 40, the itch to paint returned and the need for more instruction was clear. Washington, DC artist Susan Abbott became a mentor for Susan’s return to painting, particularly watercolor. And, retirement to the Eastern Shore of Virginia gave her a new world of gardens, landscapes and seascapes to paint. Susan is active in the Eastern Shore Art League (ESAL) and the ESAL Gallery. She teaches water media to beginning watercolorists through the Academy of Lifetime Learning (ALL) at the Eastern Shore Community College, and to assisted living residents at The Hermitage in Onancock. 


Susan paints what she sees and she sees with her heart. Come see her lively artwork through the month of November at Eastern Shore Art Gallery, 59 Market Street, Onancock, VA. Hours: Thursday and Friday, 10 AM – 4 PM and Saturday, 10 AM – 3 PM. 


The ESAL gallery is located at 59 Market Street in the historic town of Onancock on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Hours: Thursday and Friday, 10 AM to 4 PM and Saturday, 10 AM – 3 PM.

The gallery features the work of more than 20 artists of the Eastern Shore Art League. Visa, Master & Discover cards accepted.


PHONE:  757-787-1906

Please address all inquiries to: gallery@esartleague.org




The Eastern Shore Art League of Virginia, Inc. is a 501c3 corporation founded in 1977 and dedicated to promoting the visual arts on the Eastern Shore. We are supported by our members and friends as well as our affiliations with United Way, Arts Council of the Eastern Shore (ACES) and the Eastern Shore Artisans Trail.