Richmond artists

Local artists specialize in pet portraits. Read more


Artist David Cochran creates larger-than-life personal collages. Read more


Kiara Pelissier makes glass that “floats.” Read more


Fueled by discontent with post-World War II social conformity, Richmond’s counterculture rebelled using art, music and literature in a movement that continues to influence the city’s creative class 60 years later. Read more


A new gallery is set to open on Brookland Park Boulevard next spring. Read more


Park(ing) Day celebrates urban public spaces on Sept. 20. Read more

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Self-taught painter Faithe Norrell finds subjects in her heritage. Read more


A Girls for a Change quilting project provides a forum for self-expression. Read more

Sunday Story

Shaylen Amanda Broughton brings ocean energy to her abstract paintings. Read more


Sculptor Corin Hewitt examines and embellishes the past in “Shadows Are to Shade,” on view at the ICA at VCU through Sept. 1. Read more


Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden displays interactive and whimsical outdoor sculptures through the summer. Read more


Taylor White applies discipline and humor to create memorable abstract paintings. Read more


Getting up close and personal with the James elicits a new appreciation for the river. Read more

Sunday Story

Artist Jerome W. Jones Jr. meets his inspirations in September, November and December. Read more


“The Art of Freedom” at the Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia features works in a variety of media through May 19. Read more


The 11th READ Art Show & Sale March 22-23 benefits The New Community School's programs for students with learning differences. Read more


Kendra Dawn Wadsworth’s artwork makes sense out of chaos. Read more


Glave Kocen Gallery's exhibition of work by Martin Johnson ends Saturday with a Q&A with the artist. Read more


Find a creation to treasure at local galleries, auctions, trunk shows and pop-ups. Read more

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Richmond's artists are signaling to the world that we've turned the page on what and whom we want to be known for. Read more

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