Mark Laguë, “Chicago Tribune,” oil, 30 x 30 inches

Brazier Gallery in Richmond, Virginia, is greatly anticipating the opening of this internationally acclaimed artist’s first solo show there in 12 years.

Internationally acclaimed Canadian artist Mark Laguë will be showcasing new works at Richmond’s Brazier Gallery for the first time since 2005. Opening November 3 and continuing through December 30, the show will feature a variety of subject matter, from harbors to cityscapes around the world, in sizes as small as 6 x 6 inches to as large as 40 x 40 inches. According to the gallery, “What excites Mark about painting is his endless quest to simplify and get to the essence of whatever he paints.”

Mark Laguë, “London Blue,” oil, 30 x 40 inches
Mark Laguë, “Trawler,” oil, 8 x 16 inches

A reception will be hosted this Friday, November 3, from 6-8pm. To learn more, visit Brazier Gallery.

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