We proudly show work from dozens of talented artists in our Alexandria Gallery and on our website. All of our artists are listed on the left side of the page simply click on the artist's name to see their work and learn more about them.
- After Rush Hour
Title: After Rush Hour Price: $4500. Dimensions: 46" x 35" Medium: Oil on Canvas
Title: America Price: 7000 Dimensions: 50" x 42" Medium: Oil on Canvas
- Aquia Potomac
Title: Aquia Potomac Dimensions: 28" x 39" Medium: Giclee on Canvas
- Discussing Relativity
Title: Discussing Relativity Dimensions: 30" x 34" Medium: Oil on Canvas
- Gold Bars Over Shenandoah
Title: Gold Bars Over Shenandoah Price: $3900. Dimensions: 25" x 61" Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
- Good News
Title: Good News Dimensions: 36" x 36" Medium: Oil on Canvas
- Happy Hour in Georgetown
Title: Happy Hour in Georgetown Dimensions: 30" x 49" Medium: Oil on Canvas
- Little Balston
Title: Little Balston Dimensions: 25" x 34" Medium: Oil on Canvas
- Original Painting SOLD - Blue Potomac - Embellished giclee prints available
Title: Original Painting SOLD - Blue Potomac - Embellished giclee prints available Price: $5000. Dimensions: 30" x 48" Medium: Oil on Canvas
- Original Painting SOLD - Bridging Rock Creek - Embellished giclee prints available
Title: Original Painting SOLD - Bridging Rock Creek - Embellished giclee prints available Price: $3500. Dimensions: 22" x 48" Medium: Oil on Canvas
- Pierce Mill
Title: Pierce Mill Dimensions: 36" x 45" Dimensions w/ Frame: $4000. Medium: Oil on Canvas
- Waiting for Capone
Title: Waiting for Capone Dimensions: 30" x 36" Medium: Oil on Canvas
Currently residing in Northern Virginia, Richard studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. He is trained in classical oil painting and specializes in landscapes. Atmospheric perspective is very important to Richard. He successfully creates the illusion of distance in his harmonious paintings using many elements of design: line, color, shape, pattern, texture, scale, value and direction. His compositions are complex leading the viewer from the foreground of his landscapes to the distant horizons.
Richard's favorite subject is nature, but he has found great inspiration from urban settings, especially Washington, DC and New York City. He finds that they have their own nature along with special light and reflective qualities. Using a variety of acrylic paint, including translucent pigments, he achieves the reflective qualities found in these settings.
Richard is currently excited about and working on a series of super stylized landscape paintings with fan trees. He seeks out urban scenes that include foliage either in the foreground, background, or both.