Sam Hundley, 62, spent 39 years producing beautiful designs and layouts for newspapers, including almost three decades with The Virginian-Pilot. These days the happy retiree spends his time working on his own art. From a cozy workshop behind his Ocean View home, Hundley fashions amazing pieces of what he calls “scrap art,” found-object creations inspired by everything from current events to family history.
In late March, when the state went into lockdown mode, Steve Prince got to work.
The world, to Walt Taylor is an unfinished sketchbook; of real life captured with the subjects unaware.
Painted in 1943 over the course of three months, Charles White’s mural at Hampton University was part of a series celebrating African American historical figures and highlighting the black community’s struggle for equality.
With a keen eye and an open heart, North Carolina artist chronicles the world around her. by Mary Ellen Riddle E.M. Corsa believes in magic and wild things. Nature, says the Kill Devil Hills artist, has been her muse from the start. She remembers as a child walking with her father through the western Massachusetts […]
You’ve probably seen Khalil Riddick’s work around town. Learn more about this Norfolk-based graphic designer-illustrator-muralist-live painter.