Upcoming Events

Weekend Member Gallery Show

Saturday and Sunday, June 18/19 and June 25/26

Welcome to the Mill Pond Gallery!
We are open every weekend, with gallery shows changing every two weeks.  

This beautiful show features the work of 5 of our very talented members Ava Elahipanah, Carmela Casuccio, Flora Bakhtiari Manesh, Nicole Tamir and Nina Vicol,

Come in to meet the artists!

The Mill  Pond Gallery is located in the heart of Richmond Hill across from beautiful Mill Pond Park.
All welcome, no admission fee.

Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays – 11:00 am to 5:00 pm 


Summer Artists in Residence

July and August

Summer Gallery Hours:
Tuesday to Friday: 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm (10:00 pm on Thursday)
Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Each Friday throughout July and August, members of the Richmond Hill Group of Artists will begin a one week residency in the Mill Pond Gallery.  Their week will end each Thursday evening coinciding with the Concerts in the Park series at the Mill Pond Park.

Would you like to see how artists create their work? Drop in often to see the works in progress, talk to our artists and enjoy the work on display at the gallery.

There is never an admission fee and all are welcome!


In Person Classes for Adults and Children

We are offering a number of in-person classes. All medium are offered for Adults as well as After School and Saturday classes for Children.  Visit our Art Classes page for complete program information and our Calendar of Events page for time and dates.


Weekly Events

Member Open Studio

Mondays and Fridays
Open Studio for Members

All members are welcome to come in and paint in our bright studio/workshop space during our Member Open Studio days. Please contact us if you would like to learn how to open/close the gallery. Enjoy creating in an informal and supportive environment.

Please check the Calendar of Events for Paint-In dates

Non-Instructional Figure Drawing 

Tuesdays – 6 week sessions
Resuming September 2022

Life drawing or figure drawing has always been the backbone of any artistic training and  is the ultimate way to improve your hand to eye coordination. These are non-instructional sessions from a nude or clothed model. Poses will  range from short to long and participants bring their own materials. What can be better then creating in the company of your fellow artists and making art inspired by human form!