“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.
It’s January 20th, 2021. I love the beginning of the year and the sense of renewed creativity it brings. Surprisingly, 2020 was one of my most prolific years in the art studio the many challenges the pandemic has created. This month in the studio, I’ve been putting the finishing touches on framing the artworks from […]
As an artist, I like to think of natural systems as a fascinating reference where I can learn to understand myself and others. I see it in the co-operation of a flock of migrating geese, bees constructing geometric hives and even electrons and protons in balance forming a single atom. Each of these contain an […]
This is Tunnel Boom, the latest release to the 2020 series, Incompressible Flow. The title draws on the imagination of shock waves of compressed air releasing with massive force. However we envision this piece in our memories, in the confines of this tunnel vision is the accumulation of something powerful happening. Here’s an amazing video […]