Art Exhibits

Art Exhibits

Art @ RPL - May 2022

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. The exhibits listed here will be on display from from Friday, May 6, 2022, through Tuesday, May 31, 2022.

First Friday, a monthly opening-night reception for all the artists of the library’s galleries, will be held on Friday, May 6, 2022, from 6:30—9:00 pm. Live music will be provided by Mark Vollten & The Scenic Roots.

H. Stokes

A.M. STIMULI

2022

“A.M. STIMULI”—a collection of extremely mood-motivated “Works of Heart” with every painting an example of what lies between joy and pain by Philadelphia artist H. Stokes.

John Moon and William T. Grace

Transitions – Series I

2022

“Transitions – Series I”—new abstract expressionist, photo-montage/collage works on canvas by Richmond artist John Moon in collaboration with Will Grace’s exhibit “World Stamps”.

Transitions – Series I

William T. Grace

World Stamps

2022

“World Stamps”—an exhibition of collages that takes the viewer on a global journey and uses vintage stamps to guide the way by Richmond artist William T. Grace in the company of montage works by artist John Moon, entitled “Transitions – Series I”

Elizabeth Gorn

Indian Memories Reimagined

2022

“Indian Memories Reimagined”—photographs languishing in a drawer taken by the artist in India are revived and reimagined through collage by Virginia artist Elizabeth Gorn.

Indian Memories Reimagined

Cacy Herman

Pen-and-Ink with Ink Wash, Pencil and Marker Pointillism

2022

Pen-and-ink with ink wash, pencil and marker pointillism by Mechanicville artist Cacy Herman

SUBMIT YOUR ART

Richmond Public Library is looking for artists and photographers to exhibit at the Main Library.
Interested in exhibiting at Richmond Public Library? Contact Lynn Vandenesse.