Posted tagged ‘photographs’

Photos from Transitions exhibition

June 28, 2013

Only a couple days left and then I take down the Transitions Exhibition at the Richmond Cultural Centre and move the giclees back to the Anne Vogel and Transitions clinics. Here’s a few shots of the show:


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View across the rotunda at the Richmond Art Centre of the Transitions photo exhibition.


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Giclees of Finn Slough, Museum of Anthropology and Minoru Track by Anne Vogel Clinic clients.

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Three photos from a Transitions client.


Knowledge Network is looking for Foncie’s street photos

March 24, 2013
Dad's street photo in Winnipeg, 1950s

Dad’s street photo in Winnipeg, 1950s

B.C.’s Knowledge Network is looking for old street photos by Foncie Pulice.  He shot millions of photos of people walking Vancouver’s streets between 1934 and 1979. Check out their website here: They are trying to collect as many photos and stories as possible for a Museum of Vancouver exhibition later this year. You can view some of the photos on the site’s “Collection” page. They are great historical records of the changing styles of clothing and businesses in downtown Vancouver over the decades.

My family photo collection has several street photos, but I think they are all from Winnipeg. This one is of my Dad, Richard, (on the right) in his teen years. Cool club jacket!

Richmond Art Gallery Needs Family Photos

March 5, 2012

This sounds like so much fun, to put yourself in a gallery, even if you are not an “artist”. We all have family photos, now here’s a chance to share them with others on a little larger scale than turning through an album when your friends come over to your house.

Become part of the upcoming exhibition at the Richmond Art Gallery by dropping off a framed photograph of your family to the gallery by March 18. Photos do not need to be large or professionally taken. Every type of family is encouraged to participate. For more information go to the RAG’s website:  I still can’t decide which photo I’m going to submit!