Broadway Gallery

5641 B General Washington Drive - Alexandria, Virginia 22312 | 703.354.2905
1025-J Seneca Road- Great Falls, Virginia 22066 | 703.450.8005

Tricia Cherrington Ratliff

We proudly show work from dozens of talented artists in our Alexandria Gallery and on our website. All of our artists are listed on the left side of the page simply click on the artist's name to see their work and learn more about them.

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  • A Slice of LifeA Slice of Life
  • AnemonesAnemones
  • Breakfast For ThreeBreakfast For Three
  • CloudsClouds
  • Consulting the OrackConsulting the Orack
  • Daffodil PosyDaffodil Posy
  • Desert DawnDesert Dawn
  • Edge of the WoodEdge of the Wood
  • Following the LightFollowing the Light
  • Fruit and FreesiaFruit and Freesia
  • MandarinsMandarins
  • Pink ParrotsPink Parrots
  • RemembranceRemembrance
  • SOLD - Harvest BasketSOLD - Harvest Basket
  • SOLD - InstinctSOLD - Instinct
  • SOLD - KnockoutSOLD - Knockout
  • SOLD - PeachesSOLD - Peaches
  • SOLD - PearsSOLD - Pears
  • SOLD-Royal BouquetSOLD-Royal Bouquet
  • Sugar SweetSugar Sweet


Having grown up in the shadows of the Music Hall of historic Tarrytown New York, Painter Tricia Cherrington Ratliff credits New York's vibrant art scene and galleries with inspiring her to create fine art at a young age. At 12 years old, she could be discovered spontaneously drawing beautiful historic locations around town.

She accepted early that she wouldn't keep the fruits of her excursions as passers by purchased just about every drawing she created. This trend continues even today.

In addition to her academic studies, Tricia has dedicated herself over the years to studying privately with famous master painters from around the world.

As a result, her work today is influenced by both contemporary realists as well as the old masters (Rembrandt, Titian, Vermeer and Caravaggio). She employs a combination of contemporary colorist methods and classical painting approaches that allow her to tackle any subject in any style that inspires her.

Tricia is a fast moving, diverse and intense artist who paints with a specific goal of leaving behind works of art that will be meaningful to future generations. Her work is a constantly evolving dialog that ranges from enormous contemporary works capturing concepts of conflict and social understanding to peaceful realist still life paintings reflecting the joy of everyday life. You can enjoy her work today knowing that a common thread that brings her current series of works together will surely inspire a whole new exploration of visual ideas in her next series.