Richard Currier has been working on his vision of creating fine art for more than 20 years. His paintings bring ordinary objects to life through his finely tuned technique, which is similar to that of the masters. The drama he instills in his subjects through color, shape, positioning, and space, forms his contemporary and highly compelling body of work. Turbulent and wonderful, his renderings of fruits, vegetables, and meats, truly givelife to the still life and create an aura of mystery for anyone viewing his paintings.Long View Gallery will will also have a preview of works by Tony Savoie for his upcoming solo show at the gallery in October. Savoie was awarded first place at the Boardwalk Art Show and Festival, hosted by the Contemporary Arts Center of Virginia, and has accumulated an impressive list of shows and awards over thepast two years as his career has taken off. Reverse oil paintings on sheets of acrylic form the foundation of hisshadowbox-like technique, with collaged images peeking through.“From simple arrangement to the very complex …objects become as characters in a stageplay, each with its own role that comes together in aRichard is the recipient of dozens of awards, and has exhibited extensively throughout the United States. He isrepresented in the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Quinlan Museum, Daytona Museum of Art andScience, The Deland Museum of Art, and is represented in private collections throughout the United States.Richard is a full time practicing artist, a native of Florida and resides in Micco, on Florida's east coast.
moment of clarity and purpose…I paintuntil the objects become more than what they are.”- Richard Currier
The Long View Gallery
1302 9th Street, NW