– I’ll Come Running, 2014 –
Like it, Richard!!! Nice play of the blues and fantastic composition with the face.
Thanks very much, Santi! It’s mostly this fantastic blue wall near where I live.
Beautifully subtle and that little sticker (?) sets the whole thing off very well.
Thanks very much, Ashley – yes that’s a sticker – not sure what its function is in the real world.
It’s function in the real world is to be there for you to photograph.
Nicely muted. There’s a sense of the ghostly here, mixed in with a hint of the apocalyptic. 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard!
Great image. I agree with ck above, very ghostly.
Thanks very much, Stevie.
Love the dimension and mystery you are able to achieve with your drippiness technique! And the blues, work ever so well.
Thanks very much, Elena. The blues were a gift from the local community (doors, walls, etc). I’m really glad you like the technique.
This is excellent.
All the faint shapes that hide figures and things.
Thanks very much, Rabirius.
That’s great to know and a lovely compliment.
Some memories last much longer than what we wished.
True enough. We are all haunted to a certain extent.
Sometimes there are no words for feelings.
With the head in the clouds.
This is very dynamic Richard. Ironic too. Beautiful in its ‘washed out’ blues noir-ishness.
Thanks very much, Steven. I like the idea of washed out blues noirishness very much.
A bit eerie, a bit noir-ish…
Thank you, Sue!
NIce. it looks like an abstract portrait.
Thanks very much, Cardinal. Like that idea very much.
What draws me into your work is the fact that I must look, really look to see all the elements in what appears as an abstraction.
That’s great to read, Sally – thanks very much.
Love, not like!! Color is great!
Thanks so much, Ellen!
I love the blue, and the muted-ness but the title… “running”… you crack me up! 🙂
🙂 Thanks very much, EllaDee!
Your recent collage/abstractions provide strong evidence for a consistent artistic vision. They’d hang great together in a gallery show. Great work, Richard.
Thanks very much, John – that’s great to read. I’m giving it some thought. It would be good to see some stuff bigger.
I can see more than one figure in this, unless I’m imagining it? Very thought provoking image.
Yes, there is more than one figure in this. Thanks very much, Cheryl, that’s a great compliment.
Adore the shimmer glimmer of life through the inkiness of this work Richard.
Really glad you like it, Patti. That’s such a great description – thanks very much!
Love the blue
Yes, me too – courtesy various shops on the Beckenham Road.
ciao! it takes me.
Excellent – that’s a lovely compliment! Thanks!
Bravo Richard, i really like this kind of abstract pictures you’re taking an the whole set you’ve already posted is brilliant ! The most intersting part is the play with fading shapes and reflection, and color desaturation. Awesome Work 😉
Thanks so much, Guillaume! I’m really glad you like them. I really like making them. 🙂
So good. When is your exhibition???? 🙂
Ha, ha. Thanks so much, Cath! 🙂
Yes, indeed. Thanks, Naomi.
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