“What energizes my studio practice is looking at the behaviors of natural forces: pressures of geological formations, influence of gravity and flow of currents. I’m exploring systems and networks that echo the forces of nature, not necessary mimic nature itself.”
Richard’s light-based work fuses together fields of photography and painting. Using the behavior of light and its interactions with matter as a means to project the echoing forces of nature.
As an analog photogram artist, I’m a firm believer in the importance of the special things we surround ourselves with. From the art we enjoy in our homes to that special coffee cup we use in our morning rituals; they all are part of the intention we set forth. I recently just finished the […]
I don’t know if you agree, but after a full year of a global pandemic, it finally feels like we are at a collective break-through, a returned sense of optimism, potential, and fresh air to be taken in. It’s this feeling that reminds me of a new piece, “Stasis Dissipation”. It’s a shattering of inertia. […]
“Whisky has always tasted like introspection to me, a quiet moment after taking a sip, the lingering aftertastes inviting you to ponder the flavors on your tongue.” – By Hannu Rajaniemi, The Quantum Thief. This quote speaks beautifully to the slow savoring of ideas and sensory experiences – the very experience of taking in an artwork […]