Gregory Ricci

Most of my work is experimental in nature, and is a combination of abstract expressionism (or the European variant "Tachisme") and surrealism. I studied at the RI School of Design.


Recent Work

The work contained in this portfolio represents my recent work.

I Love You Will You Marry Me “I Love You Will You Marry Me”

This work questions the nature of love.

Cry “Cry”

This painting is a work which was made to express my feelings about a particular personal relationship.
The medium(s) are gouache and india ink on plaster.

Jim Jones “Jim Jones”

This work was a work done to represent my struggle with codependence.
Jim Jones is the title of a traditional folk song, which I sang at local open mics.