New works by Rick Bond

Madrona Gallery hosts Rick Bond. Opening reception Oct.1 at 1 pm

Madrona Gallery is bringing in established B.C. artist Rick Bond for his first solo show at the gallery. Featuring his three most recognized bodies of work; West Coast landscapes, musicians and street-scapes (like the one to the right, called Bastion Square) and the vibrant colour and expressive application (mostly acrylic on canvas these days) that has been considered by some as contemporary impressionism. New Works by Rick Bond will showcase the artist’s signature style developed over the last three decades. Opening reception Saturday, Oct. 1, from 1 to 4 p.m. Bond will be in attendance. M

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