Location: United States
Richard Green lives in southern New Mexico where he paints a variety of subjects, including animals in their landscapes, riffs on modern masters, and Day of the Dead.
One of my series of paintings portrays artists in various situations, such as Van Gogh preaching to the Post Impressionists, and Manet discussing his review by Druanty at the Café Guerbois.
Edouard Manet confronts the critic Duranty about a review of his paintings.
Recreating his role as itinerant preacher, Van Gogh preaches the Gospel to his friends.
El Dia de los Muertos is a celebration of family and friends who have passed on, with offerings of their favorite foods set up on home altars and in cemetaries.
Just in case no one remembers, here's my own DOD altar (way in the future, of course).
Inspired by Goya, this figure represents Dona Ana, standing in front of he Dona Ana Mountains in Southern New Mexico, an important stop on the old Camino del Rey that ran from Chihuahua to Santa Fe.
I try to portray animals as part of the landscape, sometimes seeming to be aware of the nature around them beyond the need for survival.
A lynx begins his nighttime activity by overlooking a canyon.
After a heavy snow the night before, three coyotes start their day in front of the Organ Mountains.
A bear contemplates the constellation of the Great Bear.
Two Great Pyrranees contemplate Canis Major.