Richmond Mural Project 2013 Behind-the-Scenes: A Morning with EVER at Work

by | Jul 9, 2013 | ART, DOWNTOWN RVA, RICHMOND NEWS, STREET ART

Argentinian street artist EVER has recently finished a new project at Selba, bringing his unique artistic vision to the vibrant Richmond art scene.

This morning, we captured shots of the work. These images by Marc Schmidt offer a glimpse into the creative process and dedication that go into each mural, highlighting the meticulous effort and passion that EVER brings to their art.

In addition to appreciating their work, you have the opportunity to support the Richmond Mural Project through their KICKSTARTER campaign. With less than two days remaining before the deadline, the project is still in need of funding. Your contribution can make a significant impact, helping to bring more stunning murals to Richmond and support the artists who enrich our community.

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