Archives for posts with tag: black and white
Into The Light, 2014

Into The Light, 2014
C Type Print
297 x 420 mm

Just a quick update on the different ways to see my work online:

Today sees the launch of my website: https://richardguest.art/ , which includes a print of the month (this month it’s the turn of Into The Light from 2014, which was taken on Hungerford Bridge, London, UK).

Works in progress, street portraits and sneak peeks of finished paintings are all featured on my Instagram feed. I update the feed three times a week, and you can find it here.

Ashley Lily Scarlett and I are still conversing in pictures…more news on Between Scarlett and Guest soon…

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Landscape in Three Parts, 2018– Landscape In Three Parts (Sketch), 2018 –

This was one possible solution to how do I paint a “landscape” using square canvases (80 x 80 cm)…it’s still on the back burner while I work through some other stuff…

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David Cook and I recently completed an online conversation about Jasper Johns and you can find all three parts at https://londoneyeball.wordpress.com/

Want Money, 2015– Want Money, 2015 –

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Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have started a new blog called Between Scarlett and Guest. It’s a dialogue in pictures. You can read/ eavesdrop on the conversation here.

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Sparrowfall (1), 2015– Sparrowfall (1), 2015 –

Sparrowfall (2), 2015– Sparrowfall (2) (work in progress), 2015 –

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Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have started a new blog called Between Scarlett and Guest. It’s a dialogue in pictures. You can follow the course of the conversation here.

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Untitled, 2013

It’s time for me to take a little break from blogging – a couple of weeks or so. No doubt I’ll pop up occasionally on your blogs, but I won’t be posting. As Patrick McGoohan used to say, “Be seeing you.”

Street Portrait (for and of Neil), 2012

I was taking a couple of shots of a vent opposite the back of the London Transport Museum, when Neil struck up a conversation. We started off talking about steam coming out of vents, and how it seemed a peculiarly urban image and soon moved onto city life and how your fortune can see-saw. Neil’s working on a film script. I wish I’d had time to find out more about it. Thanks very much for the chat, and for letting me take the shots, Neil! Hope you like your picture.

 

 

Untitled digital photograph, 2011

 

Untitled digital photograph, 2009

Nowhere Fast is the sixth track on The Smiths’ 1985 album, Meat Is Murder. You can read more about it here.

B&W photographic print

Untitled photographic print (1990, rephotographed 2011)