April Pop-Up Artists Welcomed to Steveston Museum and Post Office

The Artist Pop-up Space welcomes Charlene Long and Susan Viccars for the month of April at Steveston Museum and Post Office.

A percentage of all art sales goes towards Steveston Historical Society programs and events that support our community.


Charlene Long

Charlene Long is a mixed media artist who has arrived at her career from a background in Interior Design, Corporate Marketing and Teaching. Her self-directed art education includes courses at Emily Carr University as well as studies in Europe and the United States. Charlene’s art is informed by the exploration of the natural world. Her unique style incorporates realism and abstraction and, using multiple media and vibrant colour, reflects her experiences of travel and her passion for evoking atmosphere and the mystery of time and place.

Her current series is deeply influenced by the work of the Canadian poet Pauline Johnson. Charlene’s work is found in collections in Canada, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the North and South Americas, incorporating larger pieces, small paintings, painted boxes, as well as gift items of original art. Charlene works out of her studio on Granville Island where you can often find her painting.

She welcomes visitors who drop in while she is there or by making an appointment.

Artist Loft Studio
202-1650 Duranleau
Granville Island

Charlene.long@telus.net
604 230-6947
www.charlenelongartwork.com

Susan Viccars

A local Richmond artist, Susan lives and creates in beautiful Steveston. Using her art to capture what she is experiencing while travelling and when closer to home makes for awareness and connection to nature and the human landscape. Susan has drawn and painted since she was very young. Prior to retirement, Susan worked as a teacher in the Richmond School District. Eight years of her teaching career were spent as an art teacher at McNair Secondary. Since retirement, Susan enjoys painting with the Richmond Artist Guild & Men in Hats and the South Delta Outdoor Painters.

As part of Richmond’s Public Art Program, you can see a permanent installation of Susan’s paintings on wrapped electrical boxes at No. 5 Rd and King Road. Earlier in 2023, Susan’s artwork was featured on a lighted street column at the Aberdeen Canada Line Station. To see more of Susan’s work, along with her modelling and acting portfolio visit her website: https://www.susanviccars.com