Walking into Nancy Jacey’s Henrico County studio might seem like a visit to a doctor’s office waiting room, though one in which the occupants have an unusually bold eye for large-scale colorful artwork that seems to leap off the walls in dramatic fashion. Read more
Join the Richmond Times-Dispatch during the First Fridays Art Walk.
What makes the RTD Gallery so unique? All of our featured artists are from the Richmond area. Their work highlights a wide array of genres and styles such as illustration, abstract, expressionism, landscape, nature, wildlife, florals and still lifes. Each artist specializes in different mediums including pen, ink, oil, acrylics, watercolor and more.
Plus, during opening night, you'll have the opportunity to learn more about the influences and inspiration behind each artist's work in an exclusive and personalized artist talk.
Each event takes place the first Friday of every month from 6:30 to 8 p.m., with the artist talk starting at 6:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
Learn more about our artists below.
Reservations aren't necessary to attend and each event is free to the public. Complimentary parking will be available in the Richmond Times-Dispatch deck. The entrance is on 3rd Street between Grace and Franklin streets.
Our 2017 RTD Gallery series has ended. Thank you for your support.
Learn About Our Past Artists
The girl’s face looks out from the side of the train as if she’s waiting for someone or something, her expression wistful. The old train car parked in Oaxaca, Mexico, hasn’t moved in some time, as evidenced by the rust forming at its joints. Beside the girl’s face are slashes of blues and pu… Read more
Carson Price has a growing collection of photographs and images stashed away under the label of something like “things to paint.” Read more
The window washer in Susan Stuller‘s paintings appears calm as his squeegee moves across the glass. The White House of the Confederacy in downtown Richmond looms obscurely behind him. It’s the view of that historic house that captivated Stuller for weeks when she was at VCU Medical Center wi… Read more
Breeze through Eleanor “Ellie” Cox’s living room, dining room, sun room, kitchen — and the hallways that connect all of those rooms in her Chesterfield County home — and on each wall you’ll see magnificent sprawling Italian vistas, the tropical playfulness of Florida, and lazy valleys and ge… Read more
The burly woman looks content, if her sly smile is any indication. It’s a mystery what she’s thinking as she rests her chin in her palm, one strap of her dress falling carelessly off her shoulder. Perhaps it’s about a man named James — or maybe something else entirely. Swirled behind her ups… Read more
Joyce Satterwhite’s studio off Little Florida Road in Farnham is a lifetime of small moments. Read more
Some of history’s greatest artists died penniless. Vincent van Gogh, Johannes Vermeer, Rembrandt and Jean-Honoré Fragonard rarely saw their art and talent being celebrated in their lifetime. Read more
Her annual calendars have been popular gifts for years that many locals have come to love and wouldn’t want to miss. Read more
Photographers are the eyes of the newspaper. They wander, observe and capture moments that document history. They record moments of high human emotion and exquisite stillness. They take us to places we’ve never visited and show us original points of view. They are a major force in helping us… Read more
Water almost never resists. It always welcomes you when you plunge your hand into it, hugging and caressing it. And when splattered over a surface or sloshed over the side of a glass, it decisively follows the predetermined roadways of gravity, sometimes diverted by the obstacles and barrier… Read more
The handcrafted marionettes lounging shoulder to shoulder on the corner cabinet shelves in Betsy Kellum’s art studio serve as her muse. Read more
Alex Nyerges wasn’t going to be deterred. Read more
It was an airplane that got M. Stephen Doherty interested in plein air. Read more
There was a time when Richmond wasn’t anything more than a funny story to artist Christopher Wynn. Read more
Robert Louis Caldwell sat still for a moment, a look of quiet contemplation masking the mischievous smile that was to come. Read more
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WHERE: The Richmond Times-Dispatch
300 E. Franklin St, Richmond VA 23219
Parking: Free parking on-site at the corner of Third and Franklin streets
Tickets: Free to the public
When: All events are the first Friday of every month from 6:30-8 p.m.
Questions: Send us an email.