Richard C. Elliott | Vibrational Field : Intricacies

Richard C. Elliott (1945-2008) engaged in a lifelong exploration of color and pattern in his quest to know, feel, and express the primal sources of art and the play of light in form. In his early years, he created a wide variety of works on paper, paintings, prints, and sculptures while he was heavily influenced by his interest in the Inuits in Alaska, the Makah tribe in Neah Bay, Australian Aboriginal art, and performance art. He eventually found drawing too limited in expressing the relationship between light and structure, and he began 20 years of creatively using safety reflectors. This “reflector art” would not only break the bounds between the conventional and the innovative in art, it would bring him eventually full circle in the last year of his life to drawn works on the computer, through richly colored, geometric graphics of virtually infinite variety. Here we we stunning graphic works made in the last year of his life.

image Richard C. Elliott | Vibrational Field #22 2007
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image Richard C. Elliott | Vibrational Field #49 2007