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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
January 14 –March 2, 2020
Ya-Wei Lin: Visibility
Visibility is an on-going series of observational photographic images that reflect and
contemplate on the meaning of the word “visibility” in the broadest sense. These images document my observations of the fleeting moments in the time-compressed urban landscape. These subtle moments might appear mundane but they are enticingly visible to me and represent the decompression of the fast pace socialization and industrialization of the urban culture. The compositional structure of these images revolves around light, shadow, silhouettes and geometric shapes – an aesthetic system that I develop to contextualize and interpret “visibility” both directly and metaphorically. For this exhibition I am presenting eleven images from the series that I have been working on since 2016. The chosen images are mostly photographs taken in the greater Vancouver area as I hope to make relevant visible connections with the visitors of their own experiences in the city.
Ya-Wei Lin’s current creative practice focuses on photography, collage and drawing. She graduated from Emily Carr University in 2004 and have been experimenting with various artistic medium ever since. Ya-Wei Lin says that “as I evolve and develop my creative practice, I realize my core artistic interest is in the accessibility of subject matters, materials and audience. This realization leads me to explore the meaning of visibility through observational photography.”
March 3 – April 20
Wade Comer: Antediluvian
A collection of images that highlight the still remaining rustic aspects of Richmond.
April 21 – June 15
This collection of watercolour paintings created in the style of traditional Chinese brush painting captures quiet moments in nature and the animal kingdom that make us reflect on the beauty of the world’s landscapes and creatures.
June 16 – August 10
John D. Rosenthal is a Steveston painter, author, art instructor, illustrator, muralist and a surfer of the street and ocean. He is an Emily Carr University Graduate. This exhibition of colourful landscape paintings of Richmond scenes, presented upon skateboards, bring a little summer dreaming inside Galleria.
August 11 – Sept 28
Dona Nabata: Outside of History
Enlarging and then painting upon her archival photographs, Nabata brings the past into the present in this series that illustrates the transience of life.