Big Print Project 2014

Using a steamroller in an open-air summer event, a team of 12 artists created woodblocks on full sheets of MDF board that were inked and printed. This weekend of collaborative printmaking was a first for Vancouver.  

Artists: Susan Point, Michael Abraham, Peter Kiss, Betsabee Romero, Arnold Shives, Jerry and Jeremi Whitehead, Cody Lecoy, Gerald Pedros, Cheryl Hamilton, Soo Sunny Park and Richard Tetrault

Printmaking, Woodcuts, large printing, steamroller printing

VanDusen Gardens Discovery Gallery, from August 6th to Sept. 3rd 2014

Curated by Celia Duthie and Nicholas Hunt of the Duthie Gallery on Salt Spring Island, Touch Wood is a landmark exhibition by prominent B.C. artists. As a part of this extensive exhibition, printmaker Richard Tetrault will show a series of his recent woodcuts and unique prints. Tetrault’s work can be seen during regular hours at VanDusen’s Discovery Gallery. 

White Rock mural

Working on a new mural for the Community Arts of White Rock, at Centennial Recreation and Arts. This piece will be complete by the end of June, with an inauguration to follow. 

The second section of the piece is being painted now. These are work in progress photos. 


murals, Community Arts, White Rock

September 2012 - SPOTA Mosaic

Just finishing up the SPOTA Mosaic a public art piece that pays tribute to the founding members of the Strathcona Property Owners and Tenants Association which was founded in Dec 1968. The founders were pivotal in stopping the freeway from being constructed in Vancouver. The impact of  the proposed "urban renewal" would have resulted in the demolotion of the entire community of  Strathcona. Their initiatives paved the way for a new way of thinking at city hall and was key to the establishment of a "Social Planning" department.

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