Delta’s Event

No Event Planned for 2017

What a great day in Ladner for the 2nd Annual Grand Prix of Art Delta.  88 artist registered to compete in the 2nd annual Grand Prix of Art, Delta.  70 Volunteers, music, Food Trucks and sunshine …. Ladner Village was the place to be this Sunday July 17th.

The artists were allocated a painting location by random draw and had exactly 3 hours to complete their painting with some stunning  results submitted for the exhibition.

Congratulations to all the participants this year

2016 Grand Prix of Art, Delta winners are as follows

Joanne Shellan (Grand Prix Winner)

Jodie Blaney ( Second Place )

Dan Gray ( 3rd Place ) 


Tom Taylor ( Honourable Mention ) 

Iryna Kharina ( Honourable Mention) 


Melody Chen ( 1st Place Youth ) 

Riley Bousky ( 2nd Place Youth)

Twiggy Chen ( 3rd Place Youth)


People’s Choice Award Winner Brook Borcherding


About the Delta Event

Delta’s little gem, Ladner, sits quietly tucked off the south arm of the Fraser River only 20 minutes from Vancouver. First settled in 1873, the historic Village of Ladner was once a place for farmers and fishermen to ship produce to urban markets. Many parts of the waterfront remain untouched and undeveloped, which lends itself as the perfect spot for artists and photographers to capture the character of one of the lower mainland’s most charming hidden secrets.

Hosted by Artists in the Village Society and the Corporation of Delta, The presents:  Grand Prix of Art – Delta in the Historic Village of Ladner on Sunday, July 17th, 2016.  Artists  of all levels are invited to register to participate in this exciting event.

Volunteer Registration opens April 2, 2016

Artist Registration opens May 2, 2016

On race day, artists are asked to report to the registration table at Ladner Community Centre by 9 am; here they are assigned a painting location by random draw and dispatched for the start of the competition at 10am.  This plein air painting race has artists racing against the clock, completing their work on location within the 3 hour time limit.  The race ends at 1 pm when artists are asked to return to the Ladner community centre and prepare their paintings for display and adjudication. The works must be submitted in display condition, titled and priced, for sale no later than one hour after completion. The paintings are then available for sale to the public, with 20% of the proceeds going to Delta’s Non-Profit Arts Society, Artists in the Village.  Viewers will also have a vote, with an opportunity to cast a ballot for the “People’s Choice Award”.

Artists, volunteers, and our partners will enjoy a catered lunch followed our award ceremony including several youth and participation awards.  Immediately  following the award presentations our exhibition will be officially opened with paintings available to the public for sale.

Update: Heads up Social Media users!! There will also be an opportunity to win prizes through our Instagram feed @travellingbrush. To enter, make sure to follow us and tag your photos with #grandprixbc. Two winners will be announced for “Best Selfie” and “Best Photo” and featured on our Instagram and Facebook page. Good Luck!!


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