The Daffodil Festival celebrates the heritage of Gloucester, promotes a positive image, creates a sense of community spirit and provides beautification throughout Gloucester County.

2019 Daffodil Festival Limited Edition Print Contest Information

Each year, the Daffodil Festival searches for the artwork to become the Official Daffodil Festival Limited Edition Print.  The art must include daffodils in a creative but realistic interpretation and should reflect the overall “feeling” of the Daffodil Festival and history of Gloucester.

Entries will be accepted Saturday, December 8, 2018, 1:00-5:00 pm at Gloucester Main Street Library.  The entry fee is $25 and can be paid via cash or check (made payable to Gloucester County).  

All artists are expected to attend the 2019 Print Unveiling Reception for the winning artwork reveal, scheduled for Saturday, March 16, 2019, 2:00-4:00 pm at Gloucester Arts on Main.  The winning art will remain with the Daffodil Festival.  All other work can be picked up at the conclusion of the Print Unveiling Reception.

FOR MORE CONTEST INFORMATION, DOWNLOAD THE PRINT APPLICATION

2018 Daffodil Festival Limited Edition Print

2018 Prints are available in the Gloucester Visitors Center (6504 Main Street).  

To purchase a 2018 Print by mail, please send $35 (payable to Gloucester County), along with your Name & Shipping Address to:

Daffodil Festival Print

PO Box 329

Gloucester, VA 23061

Limited Edition Print Artist - Carol Aldridge

Carol was born in England, but grew up in California. She’s lived in Gloucester for the past 20 years and works at the Main Street Library. She's loved painting since she was a kid, and her favorite thing to paint is water fowl. She donates some of her artwork to Ducks Unlimited so they can auction it to help raise money for water preservation. This is Carol’s second time as the winning artist for the Daffodil Festival.  

2018 Print Artist Carol Aldridge