Art in your back yard: Charlottesville Edition
Charlottesville Art Charlottesville Va Art Cville Art Cville Va Les Yeux du Monde Summer Light
New exhibition by a group of great artists at Charlottesville's Les Yeux du Monde gallery! It runs through August 21, check it out if you're in the area!For more information, check out their website: http://www.lesyeuxdumonde.com/
New Print Tuesday: The Boathouse at Sunday Park
Midlothian Art New Print Tuesday Peyton MIllikan Richmond Art The Boathouse Restaurant
Happy New Print Tuesday! This New Print Tuesday is brought to you by The Boathouse at Sunday Park!Located in the Brandermill neighborhood, The Boathouse is a Midlothian favorite featuring a scratch kitchen and utilizes locally sourced ingredients. Best yet, you can enjoy your meal while enjoying the water view!For more information on the print, check out the listing here!
Studio Dog's Big Day!
My favorite studio dog is turning the big 3 today (she wants you to know that's 21 in doggy years)! She's never been afraid to lend a paw (or beard) to help out!
New Print Tuesday: Bon Air Christian Church
Bon Air Bon Air Art Bon Air Christian Church Chesterfield Va New Print Tuesday Peyton Millikan Art Richmond Va Art
Happy New Print Tuesday! This New Print Tuesday is brought to you by Bon Air Christian Church.Bon Air Christian church was built in 1882 to serve the budding resort community and is one of only two public buildings that remain from the era. By 1890, two wings and a bell tower were added. The bell tower was originally used to call for worship services and for help in the event of a fire!For more information, check out the print's page here!
New Print Tuesday is back!
Bon Air Art Bon Air Inn Old Bon Air Hotel Peyton Millikan Art Richmond Art Richmond Va Art
New Print Tuesday has returned! No promises on how long it may last, though! This New Print Tuesday is brought to you by the Old Bon Air Hotel.What is today known as the Old Bon Air Hotel is actually the annex to the original hotel and was built in 1881. The original hotel was built only a year earlier but was destroyed in a fire 1889. The hotel complex included baseball fields, tennis courts, archery ranges and even a jousting field!For more information on the print, check it out here!