Richard is a contemporary abstract artist gaining both local and national attention as a collectible young and evocative artist. He is committed to bringing innovative, and original art into his client’s homes and businesses. Please visit www.richardmoravits.com or like him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com.
We work directly with collectors of art, be they individuals who love and appreciate art in their homes or businesses or interior designers. Richard is an industry member of both ASID and IDS.
He is also open to working with gallerists and dealers who sell fine art as well as realtors and stagers who are trying to showcase a home.
We are happy to bring original art to your home or business and allow you to experience the beauty of an original piece of art installed so that you find the perfect painting for your home or business.
Richard does commissioned work. If you don’t find what you are looking for in inventory, or if you want the perfect color palate, size or details to make the statement piece to perfect your space, we can do that. Please send all inquiries to Jeri Moravits, 210-416-7327, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard describes his work in this statement:
I live in Sarasota Florida, but grew up in South Texas. I attended Ringling College of Art and Design to study animation but found my true passion in illustration and painting. I transferred to and graduated from Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2012 with a BFA in Illustration. I moved back to Florida this June and I am currently showing in 4 galleries.
I did not choose to be an artist, art chose me
The goal of my art is to channel my thoughts and feelings, leaving a part of me on the mediums that I work with. I hope that when you look at my art you also find a part of yourself. I hope it both wakens and quiets your inner self. It is like a Rorschach test, it is meant to say what it awakens within you as an individual.
My process begins and ends with shapes. All of nature is made of shapes and I start with larger shapes and layer them with smaller shapes, and then I mix them up creating a chaotic effect. I use oil and acrylic to create the layers and use ink to create architectural lines. The mix of media allows me to achieve the effect of controlled chaos. The paint is chaotic and dimensional but tied together with my use of architectural lines. The chaos does not work without the lines and the lines do not work without the chaos and drama of the paint. I utilize light and darkness to heighten the sense of drama within the audience.
My art is first and foremost an expression of myself. I want to show the complexity in all things but also the patterns which exist in all of nature. I hope to capture and express raw emotions with the use of texture, light and darkness.
It is about simultaneously restraining and letting go.
Member Since: 2017