Beginning Monday, April 5, 2021, all Richmond Public Library locations will reopen to the public. Learn more about our Expanded Access and what to expect on your next visit to the library.

Art Exhibits

All November art exhibits are rescheduled

Sandra Nardone’s exhibit Ellis Island Immigrants: Faces of America will be displayed in the Gellman Room in November 2021

City Street Life: Seen by Three by Steve Ferretti, Lisa Lezell Levine and Ed Tepper will be displayed in the Dooley Foyer in November 2021

Featured Artists


Richmond Public Library’s Main Library is a multidisciplinary venue, showcasing performances and four gallery spaces featuring the work of local and regional artists, including photography, prints, painting and multimedia works.

For more information on exhibiting at Richmond Public Library, please read our Submission Guidlines.

Sandra Nardone

Ellis Island Immigrants: Faces of America


24 portraits painted from black-and-white photos taken on Ellis Island from the late 1800s until about 1925 by North Prince George artist Sandra Nardone.

Ed Tepper - Lisa Lezell Levine - Steve Ferretti

City Street Life: Seen by Three


Six street experiences, each illustrated by three Richmond artists Steve Ferretti, Lisa Lezell Levine, and Ed Tepper, are presented in this exhibit through personal expression, artistic style and preferred medium.