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Take the N Hamilton St exit off of I-95 - Muse Richmond is located at Willow Lawn, between Hattie Mae's & Travinia! The most convenient lot is in the square right in front of Muse. There are also larger lots on either side of Muse (by Staples on one side and by AC Moore on the other). All parking at Willow Lawn is free!

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Our Artists

  • Sheri Lake
    Sheri Lake is a local painter who specializes in portraits and pet portraits. Having attended both Ringling College of Art and Design and VCU School of the Arts, Sheri has been commissioned to paint for clients and businesses including a recent mural for the Metro Richmond Zoo. When not painting, Sheri enjoys cooking, running, hot yoga, gardening and spending time with her family and many animals.
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  • Anna Friedrichs
    Born and raised just outside of Richmond VA, Anna discovered her love for painting during her high school years and has pursued this passion ever since. She went on to graduate from college with a degree in studio art with a teacher license. Throughout college and after graduation she has worked as an artist, art tutor and photographer. She enjoys working with acrylics, oils and watercolors and is constantly learning new things and developing her skills. She loves painting flowers and scenes from different places she has been.
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  • Jessica Rawls
    Jessica Rawls is an artist who was born and raised in Richmond Virginia. After graduating from Randolph-Macon College in 2016, she landed her dream job as a touring actress with Virginia Repertory Theatre. Among many others, Jessica has a true passion for art. When she isn't performing, Jessica spends her time creating many different styles of art and has even won awards for some of her pieces. She feels extremely blessed to have two different careers doing what she loves!
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  • Joan Ko
    Joan Ko graduated from VCU with a BFA in Painting and Printmaking. During her time in undergrad Joan grew a love for teaching and public speaking alongside her love for art. After graduation Joan jumped fully into a teaching career and worked as a campus director for two and a half years at the University of Virginia. She is now back in the city she loves to focus on her art making. When she is not painting or talking into a mic, Joan is making videos with local Richmond filmmakers, teaching herself to play the guitar, and training her cat to cuddle with her on command; that last one is not going so well.
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  • Matt Cullen
    Some people collect stamps, some people play music, some grow a flower or two in a garden. Matt paints...Matt paints a lot. Born and raised Virginia artist, Matt has thrived in art schooling and practice. With a degree in painting and printmaking from VCU and paintbrush in hand, he is ready to take on the world. Puns, messy hands, wine, and endless hilarity are to be expected when in his vicinity. Having worked with kids (and being one himself), he haphazardly throws paint and ink on things and hopes it looks rad. Matt paints surreal super colorful landscapes and prints. Bigger, more color, and more “umph!” are all moto’s of his artistic practice. He strongly believes in getting away from the boring day to day life of: working, commuting, and looking at computer screens. He stresses that people should get out with friends, create awesome memories, and have a ball trying new things!
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  • Stephanie Dyer
    Stephanie graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BFA in Painting and Printmaking in 2016. She has always had an interest in painting and drawing and was an enthusiastic student to local artists starting from a very young age. She mainly works in vibrant colors and patterns while drawing the environments or people around her. In her last year of the Painting and Printmaking department, Steph worked as a technical assistant in the computer and silkscreen studio helping other students with their work. Recently Stephanie has been experimenting with other types of materials to work with besides her beloved watercolor, acrylic, oil, and ink, and onto fabrics and digital media.
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  • Amanda Cullin
    Amanda is a voice teacher and artist who received her Bachelor of Music in vocal performance from George Mason University. In addition to teaching, she also performs regularly around the Richmond area. She received a Masters of Music in Vocal Pedagogy at the Boston Conservatory in May of 2016. Amanda is excited to be part of the Muse Paintbar team and to share the joy of painting with Richmond.
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