Don’t miss the new art exhibits in Point Richmond

Art displayed at the U.S. Post Office at 104 Washington Ave. in Point Richmond.

Don’t miss two new art exhibitions in Point Richmond, including one at El Sol Restaurant and the other at the U.S. Post Office, according to the Arts of Point Richmond.

Through June 24, master printer Bill Voigt’s Goyutaku natural prints, a traditional Japanese method of printing fish, will be displayed at El Sol Restaurant, 101 Park Place.

“This artform captures the details of scale, texture, and essence of fish,” according to Arts of Point Richmond.

Learn more about the artist and art method here.

Through May 27 at the Post Office, 104 Washington Ave., photographs by Chandra Walker will be exhibited in the Post Office display windows. Walker, a native San Franciscan, has a deep love and interest in the Western landscape. She studied Photography and Video at UC San Diego under renowned artist and photographer Martha Rosler, and documentary photographer Fred Lonidier. 

To learn more about her work, visit here.

Established in 2008, Arts of Point Richmond is a community association established to enrich our community by promoting support, appreciation, and exposure for the arts. For more information, please visit our website: