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As part of the Richmond Art Gallery’s outreach to the community, the Gallery displays artworks by local artists at the Richmond City Hall Galleria every 6 to 8 weeks.
Richmond City Hall Galleria is located at 6911 No 3 Road, Richmond, BC. Viewing hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm
October 1 –November 4, 2019
Richmond Society for Community Living, Our Voice – A Celebration of Strength, Pride and Talent
This annual exhibition features works of art produced by individuals at the Avenues art program. All of the featured artists are supported through day programs offered by Richmond Society for Community Living (RSCL).
This exhibition highlights the artists’ creative expression and allows visitors to the Richmond City Hall Galleria to see beyond disability to ability. October is Community Living Month in Richmond (and nationally). During this month RSCL plan events like the City Hall Galleria to demonstrate that people who have an intellectual disability have gifts and talents that should be celebrated. Community living is the right for every individual to live a meaningful life in their own community, regardless of their need for additional supports.
The canvasses for this exhibition were generously donated by Opus Art Supplies.
January 7 – March 4, 2019
Tony Yin Tak Chu: Liu Shui (drifting water)
Local Richmond Artist presents delicate works on paper that evoke the ethereal qualities of water.
March 5 – April 15, 2019
Men in Hats: Scenes of Steves Farm
The group of Plein Air painters that make up the Men in Hats, which also includes women painters, present the products of their fruitful painting excursion to the historic Steves Farm, in Richmond
April 17 – June 18
Joselito Macapagal: Scenic Impressions
Joselito Macapagal paints in the style of Impressionists for this series; using short and bold strokes, bright vibrant colours and varying textures.
April 17 – June 18
Wild Sweets® cocoArt | From cocoa bean to chocolate to art!
For this installation, Dominique & Cindy Duby partnered again with graphic artist Linda Mitsui – owner of Profile Design Group – to create cocoArt sculptures made entirely out of chocolate
June 19 – August 26, 2019
Laara Cerman: Codex Pacificus
Laara Cerman’s work explores the intersection of art, science, history and the themes of impermanence, a return to nature, and the fragility of life. Codex Pacifica is a modern interpretation of the millennia-old art of botanical image making. Her focus is the wild plants, both native and naturalized, of her home British Columbia.
August 27 – September 30, 2019
Duncan Bruce Allardyce
Allardyce paints American and African wildlife and landscapes that capture the colour and dynamism of the places he has visited. He remains fascinated with wildlife as his inspiration.