Art is coming to a wall near you more than likely.
A new Bernie Sanders mural, created by local artist Mickael Broth, is currently going up at the corner of West Broad Street and Mactavish Avenue.
Students at the high school painted hundreds of panels, each of which was part of the overall city skyline mural.
RichmondTimeLapse.com captured the work of local artists Ross Trimmer and Mike Broth over several days.
The Preserve at Scott’s Addition commissioned the piece, which adorns the apartment building’s façade.
Matt Lively and Hamilton Glass will collaborate with Freeman High School students on the mural, which will be the first of four planned art projects.
Jackson Ward honors the worlds first African-American world champion cyclist with a colorful mural located on the corners of North 1st and East Marshall Streets.
One of the many new murals popping up around town over the past month–though this one isn’t part of the official RVA Mural Project.
The circa-1940 mural was brought back to its former glory by a local artist last week.
An overreaction by a local news station meant to stir the pot or a legitimate concern?