Work by Richard Bond, Doris Auxier on exhibit at Fort Gallery

Painters from Surrey and Fort Langley sharing space in artist-run gallery until Nov. 30

The Fort Gallery presents  “Visual Thoughts: Figure & Ground” with Richard Bond and Doris Auxier, until Nov. 30 at 9048 Glover Rd.

Bond is a Surrey-based painter and former art teacher at  Kwantlen Polytechnic University, with extensive experience showing in galleries throughout Canada. Formerly with the Bau-Xi galleries in Vancouver and Toronto, his works can be found in the public collections of the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Surrey Art Gallery, and the Richmond Art Gallery.

Painting on paper and canvas, Bond continues expanding on themes of figure and landscape, using loose and flowing brushstrokes to capture movement.

Auxier lives in Fort Langley. Her paintings and drawings are represented in multiple private and public collections. She is associate professor of art and design in the School of Arts, Media + Culture at TWU, and her current work surrounds issues of endangered ecosystems. Fort Gallery is open each Wednesday to Sunday, from noon to 5 p.m.

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