Adrienne Moore

Visual Artist
Painting and Art Education


Adrienne Moore is a well-known Richmond, BC – based painter, illustrator and educator in the visual fine arts. Her mixed media work has been showcased internationally in numerous solo and group exhibitions around the Pacific North West and abroad.

Curriculum Vitae

– Graduated from Stranmillis College, Belfast, Northern Ireland: Diploma in Art Education
– Immigrated to Canada in 1967 (fist to Alberta); later to British Columbia – first to Powell River, then to Richmond, where she continues to reside.
– Taught in Powell River, BC, 1967-69
– Graduated from University of British Columbia: B.Ed. degree in Art Education
– Achieved active status, Federation of Canadian Artists, 1985
– Achieved Associate Signature Member (AFCA) status, Federation of Canadian Artists, 1996
– Nominated for Ellen Tibbits Award for Art Excellence, annually honoring the Women Richmond, 2002
– Achieved Signature Membership (NWWS) status, North West Watercolor Society (USA), 2004
– Taught art at General Elementary Public School, Richmond, BC (retired in 2005)
– Teaches art and provides demonstrations through community and art organization Workshops and Schools in Richmond, Greater Vancouver and other locations throughout British Columbia
– Presented with the Art Education Award for the City of Richmond, 2009

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2005/2009 Delta Arts Council exhibition, Delta Fire hall and Delta Longhouse locations
2008 Journeys, Richmond Art Gallery
2008 Richmond Art Gallery’s Outreach Exhibit at Gateway Theatre
2008 Figurative Exhibition, FCA (Calgary Chapter), Leighton Centre
1998/2005 Artists Among Us, Richmond Community Artists, Richmond City Hall
2003 Richmond Art Gallery, Outreach Program
2002 Richmond City Hall, Outreach Program
2000 AIM for Arts, Open International Juried Exhibition from 18 countries, Federation of Canadian Artists, Granville Island Gallery 2, Vancouver
1997/9 Gulf of Georgia Cannery, Annual Juried Exhibitions, Richmond
1997 Tyne & Country Homes MAGAZINE, “An artist with unspoken universal language”
1993 University Womens Club, Hycroft, Vancouver
1976/80 Teachers of Art and Drama Annual Exhibitions, Richmond Art Gallery​

Recent Awards

​- Chang Hua International Exchange exhibition, an invitational exhibition, as a guest artist and it featured artists from all over the world.  It was the first week in January 2013.  …important because it is out of Canada
– South Delta Artist Guild Oil and Water show 2015 Honorable Mention​
– Federation of Canadian Artists 2016 works on paper third prize Moulin Rouge and first prize for the Margaret Elliot Memorial Award
– Delta Artist Guild for Fisher’s Cottages Steveston Village​

Selected Awards

2009 Art education award for the City of Richmond
2008/2009 Artistic Achievement Award, Federation of Canadian Artists, Vancouver “UN BOUND CANVAS”
​1994-2008 Vrs. Awards of Excellence, Federation of Canadian Artists juried member shows, Vancouver
1999-2006/7 Award of Excellence, Spilsbury Medal Show, Juried Exhibition, open only to Signature members, Federation of Canadian Artist’s Gallery, Vancouver
2006/7 Creative Expressions and Critics Choice Awards, ArtsPacific juried shows
2007 Critics’ Choice Award, Delta Arts Council
2003/6 London Farm Summer Exhibitions, Richmond
2002 Nominated for Ethel Tebbits Award for Art Excellence, annually honoring the Women of Richmond
2002 Certificate of Recognition, Maple Ridge Art Gallery
1996 Honorable Mention, Canadian Watercolour Society juried exhibition, Toronto

Artist Representation

North West watercolor society
JEUNESSE gallery west 4th
Private collections in US, Ireland, UK, Japan, Australia