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Richard Brodeur: The King and The Artist in One

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When many in Vancouver  think of Richard Brodeur, we think about a Canucks legend between the pipes. We think of the amazing Stanley Cup run in 1982 when King Richard put the team on his shoulders and brought them to the Stanley Cup finals. His team had no business being there, but it was his play that found a way.  These days, Richard Brodeur’s artistry is not so much on the ice, but on canvas.

On Friday, November 18, Richard Brodeur will have a solo art exhibition featuring his newest work and we, at CanucksCorner, are very excited to have been invited to cover it for Canucks fans.

Since retirement, Brodeur has become an accomplished local artist with works we have seen all throughout the city. The city campaign of  the Eagles, Bears and Orcas included some of Brodeur’s work, most notably eagle art named “Heart and Soul”.

Brodeur's Eagle Art  "Heart and Soul"

Brodeur’s Eagle Art “Heart and Soul”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

He is known for his hockey landscapes and for capturing BC in its best light through his paintings. Here are some examples. 

Brodeur's "Late Afternoon At The Rink" featuring the Habs and Canucks .

Brodeur’s “Late Afternoon At The Rink” featuring the Habs and Canucks .

"Storm Break Haida Gwaii"

“Storm Break Haida Gwaii”

Twins With Burrows

Twins With Burrows

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Friday, many are looking forward to Richard Brodeur’s exclusive art show aptly named, “The King and I”. We look forward talking to the man himself and sharing glimpses of his new work with his fans. 

 

The King and I: Richard Brodeur Solo Art Exhibit

Presented by LUVNGRACE & Georgia Primar

Chali-Rosso Art Gallery: 7PM-10PM 

549 Howe Street, Vancouver

 

CHECK OUT: 

The King and I: Richard Brodeur Solo Art Exhibit

Official Facebook Page

 

 

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