It’s been seven years since Richmond artist Noah Scalin launched a project that would bring him international fame. The mission: to draw, paint or sculpt a skull a day. Now, those works are collected in a new book that illustrates how one idea can jump start a career.
Some artists discover their true nature late in life. At 42, Richmond resident Noah Scalin says he’s always known art was his calling. After all, both of his parents were artists.
This week, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts will paint the town red, opening a massive new show from China. The Forbidden City offers a look inside the palace that two dozen Chinese emperors called home.
Chinese music, paintings, sculptures and calligraphy will take center stage at the Richmond museum when The Forbidden City show opens Saturday, October 18. Director Alex Nyerges has been to the real thing many times to marvel at 1.8 million works of art on its walls and grounds.
The Birthplace of Country Music Museum is opening in Bristol, Virginia this weekend. Nashville may be the mecca of this music today, but as Johnny Cash himself put it, Bristol was the site of the ‘Big Bang’ that led to the universe of country music we know today.
It was there that the now famous “Bristol Sessions” were recorded by then unknown musicians.
Artist Bill Rutherfoord has long been one of the region’s most respected artists. This week, he showcases eight years of work with a massive painting and sculpture exhibit titled "Allegory of No Region" at Roanoke’s Taubman Museum.
"Allegory of No Region" by artist Bill Rutherfoord will be featured at Roanoke's Taubman Museum Saturday, June 14, 2014 - Saturday, September 13, 2014