Light and art decorate the stone and brick gazebo at Petronius Jones Park on Idlewood Avenue in the Randolph neighborhood. The display, called “Marcus-David Peters Circle” and done by artists Dustin Klein, Alex Criqui, Miguel Carter-Fisher and Josh Zarambo, is just one of example of the illuminated art that was spread across the city during the InLight Richmond show that ended Sunday. The 1708 Gallery in Downtown added a new twist to the 13th edition of the artistic illumination that it sponsors. Rather than using one site as in the past, the artwork was placed in various locations around Richmond to encourage social distancing, including this small park and at the former Richmond Community Hospital building in North Side. As always, the show offered the works of a variety of Richmond area artists.