This week, our talent spotlight goes out to – drum role!!!!!
Richard’s passion for wildlife and the environment, especially wilderness regions, has lead him to make exploratory journeys to study the natural habitat of his subjects. His work has deliberately avoided the obvious “animals in motion” formula and the loosely defined modelling that characterises many contemporary wildlife artists. He creates form through an intense study of the creature at hand. Suggesting a slower, even stationary, pose can more effectively portray a dynamic of movement in the onlooker’s mind.
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