Richmond 200 Artist

Welcome to the Richmond 200 artist, who will be attending the two day celebration in Richmond, ON. Join us on June 16th 12 to 6pm and June 17th 12 to 4pm.

Here are the Richmond 200 artist:

Alexander Khomoutov

Alexander Khomoutov has a great passion for digital art, photography, healing art and writing. Alexander creates his artworks, photographs and books with the intention of bringing you healing energy and good luck. He also enjoys hiking, tennis, skiing and sending Light. His angels, wife Elena and their budgie Joy, are inspirations for Alexander’s creations. Joy often sneaks into his pockets or even under his shirt and… makes him laugh ☺.

Discover more about Alexander’s art and his 6 books at:


Aspa Kelly

Aspa was brought up in Montreal where her father was an art dealer. From a young age, she was surrounded by art and developed a love and appreciation for colour, texture and the moods that art conveys.
She prefers working with acrylics and using various mediums to create texture.

Coralie Bartley

Coralie Bartley is a textile artist, working primarily in silk. She also works with acrylic pour to make colourful abstract paintings.

Corrina Yannoulopoulus

I have called Richmond home for the past fifteen years.
My artistic pursuits have manifested in various forms for more than thirty years. Previously I worked at waterfowl woodcarving, stained glass, mosaics, and now paint landscapes in both oil and acrylic. Recently I have studied with Gordon Harrison and some of my work reflects his style.
I am married, with two children and enjoy finding inspiration for
my art from our travels and from boating area waterways.

Dianne Oost

Elena Khomoutov

Lena’s art works focus your attention on joy, love, balance and beauty of the world.
Seven similar elements in her paintings represent a good luck, and the owl – a wisdom. The owl is hidden. Have a fun to find it 🙂 …

Discover more at:

Giedre Abromaitis

Giedre Abromaitis is an oil and acrylic landscape painter living in North Gower. She started painting in 2016 after retiring from a teaching career. Her subjects reflect her love of the many beautiful places in Canada.

Janice Ann Barclay

Mixed Media Acrylic Artist

Inspired  to express herself with colour, shape and texture.

Jo-Ann MacLaurin

Clay is a medium with endless possibilities. As such, I continuously experiment with all types of methods and materials. Presently my work deals with simplicity of form, objects with a strong sense of function, yet creative and playful. I favour pieces that are glazed simply with minimal or natural decoration such as agate ware.

Joanne Tugwell

Joanne was born and raised in Ottawa.  After retirement she relocated to Richmond and returned to her love of painting.  Acrylic is her medium of choice and paints a variety of subjects, most recently she has concentrated on animal portraits.

Kat McClure

Kat loves to work in acrylic and mix media. Loves exploring texture and colour.


Les Bartley

Les Bartley paints landscapes in realistic, detailed style. His scenes are often set in the late fall, featuring fields of ripe grain.

Mathew Martin

Mathew Martin is the creative force behind Renewed & Restored which is located in Richmond, ON.

Renewed & Restored takes piping or vintage & antique finds and repurposes them as functional light art or renewed furniture.  These creative pieces can even be designed customized with your own antiques! 

Mike Goguen

My medium of choice is oil on canvas although I sometimes paint in watercolours and acrylics as well.

Patty Reid Smith

Patty Reid Smith has been painting wildlife, florals and landscapes in watercolour, acrylic and oils for many years. A graduate from Algonquin’s art program she has also taught students to draw and paint. You can reach her at

Peter Miles

He is mainly, a self-taught artist and has been pursuing it since 1998. He attended the Ottawa School of Art where he was exposed to various mediums, including oils and acrylics. Peter was a guest on WPBS Television in Watertown, NY in 2007, 2012, and 2016 as part of  “Showcase of the Arts & Auction. His work has sold through Chapters and Indigo stores across Canada and online. He enjoys creating various types of scenes including wildlife, landscape, and seascapes in an oil medium. He gets much of his inspiration from his local surroundings and from places he has visited.

Renee Cossette

Also a little about me, My name is Renee Cossette, I am 30 years old, I am an Artist, painter, I paint on canvas’ with oil and acrylic paints, my inspiration is geared by love. Ive been painting for a little over 2 years now. I just recently moved to Richmond and have a dachshund named

Ollie, I am Also an Early Childhood Educator but Painting is my passion.

Salena Richard

Salena is an artist, who draws pencil portraits and paints in acrylics. She draws her inspiration from the sea and nature. She worked in her home studio in Richmond.

Sandra Riddell

Sandra has been designing and creating jewellery since 2007.  She has created over 2500 pieces including earrings, necklaces, pendants and bracelets.   Sterling silver and gold wire wrapping, kumihimo, crochet with wire are some of the techniques used in creating her jewellery pieces.  She has taught classes in kumihimo, free form wire work and crocheting with wire.  Her jewellery has been sold at With Love Bridal Boutique, Outskirts and The Queensway Carleton Hospital Gift Shop.  She looks forward to every new season so that she can develop new and exciting designs.

Sheila Cain-Sample

I grew up in Ottawa where I attended a two year art program. My course study included Drawing and Painting, Life Drawing, Design, Layout, Photography and Illustration. I developed a love for detail and so began my journey into hyper-realism and how I could achieve that using my pens, graphite and coloured pencils.


Wendy Southin

Most days you will find me in my home studio either designing and creating jewelry and altered art or teaching creative workshops.

I’m inspired by texture and layers in everyday life and nature itself. This is reflected in my work while I use a variety of elements and techniques in both my jewelry and altered art creations.

Although my favourite metal to use in jewelry is copper, you will also find other metals, semi-precious beads, found objects and resin.

My altered art projects are created with anything from paper to paint and ink, to metal embossing and found objects.


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