Richard's works are composed of the discarded and forgotten bits of our culture and the fractured, decayed elements of nature. Sticks, stones and bones unite with oxidized metals, bits of worn plastic and broken pottery. The process is redemptive. Pieces long forgotten and thought worthless are given value in their potential to unite with other redeemed bits to form a new Aesthetic. Beauty is shaped from the raw substances and the forgotten evidences of our existence.
Accomplishments / CV
Teaching as Associate Professor of Art at College of the Ozarks
Exhibiting at Asbury University, Cottey College in 2011, and Belmont University in early 2012
Published in Ruminate Magazine and Christianity Today Online
Writing for Ruminate Magazine Online
Studying for a Doctorate of Worship Studies at the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies.
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