Late last summer, Jason, Jason’s sister and I stopped off to Richmond, VA on our way down to Top Sail Island, NC. We spent the day seeing the sights, eating donuts and snapping photos of all of the amazing street art in Richmond. Take a look!
Every block in Carytown in downtown Richmond has beautiful vibrant art drenching the concrete and brick open spaces. Here’s a look at some of my favorites:
Passing by West Cary Street, we were immediately bombarded with the awesome displays from the previous RVA Street Art Festival that covered walls at the former bus depot. Here’s a look at what we were able to capture with our camera. (And don’t forget to click on the photos to enlarge!)
This Few & Far piece was so gorgeous. I had to photograph it in two pieces.
This installation with the bold colors and geometric patterns was my favorite. I loved the way it spilled into the ground and demanded your eye line up towards the action in the center.
But this long-limbed wizard was a close second for me.
We have more to come from our trip to Richmond so if you liked this then be sure to keep an eye out for future recap posts. I can’t wait to go back and drink more coffee soon!
Have you ever been to Richmond?
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