See it: Yes, Our Work Is Featured On Local Bus Shelters//

We’re thrilled to see the results of our collaborative project with SaveArtSpace.

SaveArtSpace is a non profit organization that works to transform ad spaces into public art. For this project SaveArtSpace worked with curators from NIAD Art Center, Creative Growth, and Creativity Explored to select work made by local artists to display in public spaces.

NIAD studio artist Dorrie Reid selected the works which are now on display in these two Richmond bus shelter.

The first is a detailed mixed media piece by Julio Del Rio located at San Pablo and Garvin Avenue in Richmond.

The second bus shelter holds an image of beautiful woodblock prints on stretched canvas by Felicia Griffin. This one can be found at the Richmond Parkway Transit Center, near Blume Drive and Klose Way.

Many thanks to everyone involved in making this possible! These will be on display from July 27- August 23.