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Join us Sunday, April 14 for a Demonstration with artist Richard Riverin

Updated: Apr 1

Richard Riverin at LaBelle Image Gallery

An Exclusive Invitation

LaBelle Image Fine Art Gallery would like to invite you to attend a very special event on Sunday, April 14th, 2019. Richard Riverin will be doing a painting live beginning at 2 O'clock, will share his personal story and be available for any questions. This may possibly be the last time he will be able to host such an event due to some personal life changes, so this is a lifetime opportunity. There will be wine and hors d'oevres, and it will be a wonderful time.

There is limited seating available, so we are requesting a deposit of $35 to reserve your seat, which will be reimbursed to you upon your arrival.

Please RSVP by mail or phone: 843-785-3112.

Hilton Head Island Art

Richard Riverin is one of the bestselling artists in the USA and Canada. His heavy textured paintings never cease to excite the admiration and envy to all art lovers and artists. Born in 1942, he got a Bachelor degree in Chemistry from Sherbrooke University and worked as a chemist for Laurentides Paint before starting his own specialty coatings business, Encoat Chemicals Ltd. In 1976 he sold it and bought his first art gallery. He has been in the art field ever since.

What makes people call in love with his work? The color harmony? The unusual texture? the diversity and appeal of his unique compositions? Riverin's answer is, "It is more than the above mentioned; it is the connection! People who own one of my paintings sense it every day; they sense a connection to my worlds, my dreams, a connection to a superior universe."

Richard is also a published science-fiction novelist, author of the 'Ghama-2, n Afterlife Story' trilogy. In his third hard cover art book 'Riverin Modern Impressions Book 3', you can read a few short stories including 'The Perpendicular World', 'One Step to Eden', "Meeting with God', and 'The Notebook'.

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