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2005

  • Andries Loots

  • Sue Lipschitz

  • Claire Breukel

  • Mark Gillman

  • Glynis Coetzee

  • Marco Garbero

  • Charl Bezhuidenhout

  • Joshua Rossouw

  • Vincent van Zon

  • Earle Parker

  • Sue Lipschitz Sculpture


    2007

  • Gus Silber

  • Charl Bezhuidenhout

  • Craig Mark

  • Georgia Schoeman

  • Sue Lipschitz


    2008

  • Gavin Rain

  • Riaan Vosloo


    2009

  • Angelo Pauletti


    2013

  • Gus Silber

  • Andy Reid

  • Brigitte Williers

  • Vincent van Zon


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    Marco Garbero

    Richardís mental cage

    Richard, through his work, is looking for a peaceful and quiet world, where the reality is only a dream of what it could become in an ephemeral and better life.

    All his subjects are marked with a thick black line, trying to delimitate the inner white, the good consciousness and knowledge deeply melted in each singular subjectís true and hidden essence.

    His pieces are immediately able to reach the spectatorís heart, showing him a primitive and simple way of how life would be without useless mental buildings. Or, could it be better to say mental cage?

    When I saw Richardís paintings for the first time, I fell in love. I was attracted to the serendipity and the joy that was fighting to get out.

    Smartly shining colours and acrylic stratifications showed me the confidence of his worksí permeated coherence. It became impossible not to buy the work immediately. A wonderful piece, that still now, makes me feel happy. Of all the works in my international collection, it is the work I most prefer.

    Soon after, my son and some friends discovered my discovery. They subsequently went out and purchased Richard Scotts of their own.

    I am currently introducing Richardís work to galleries in Torino, Italy.

    Taken from Richards Book 2005

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