Mr. Fili comes from Philadelphia–hence the name (Philly). He’s been documenting the world as he sees it with a variety of cameras for years now, but he’s only been in RVA since January.
Wallpaper, maps, stamps, ticket stubs, and whatever else Josh George finds lying around all make their way into his work conceptual, but architectural work.
Summer lovin’, happened so fast… Quirk Gallery continues their Lawn Chair Movie Series this Saturday, September 27 with an outdoor screening of Grease, but this month there’s an exciting addition—-the movie will be shown on the gallery’s new mural.
Richmond artist Tim Skirven is a graphic designer, illustrator, and painter mostly creating simple pen and ink drawings and illustrations which blend traditional and digital art.
Stuart Shepard is eighteen, self-taught and has only been working with textiles for two years, but that hasn’t stopped them from already seeing success with their art.
Over the years, Richmond Artist and VCU teacher Michael K. Lease has been in a number of exhibitions throughout RVA and the country.
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