Welcome Randy Richmond to the Gilded Pear roster of artists!
After spending 20 years in the dark(room), Randy Richmond carefully and suspiciously stepped into the light of a glowing computer monitor. His last years of strictly film based photography were spent lugging around a large Kodak 8 x 10 view camera. This made the transition from silver-halide to pixels a difficult one, but it also instilled in him a dedication to detail and a strong appreciation for the aesthetics of past photographic processes. Randy now pursues several photographic projects while subverting the photographic paradigm, by converting silver based materials to digital, as well as using imagery that began as pixels and transporting that imagery back in history to handmade fictional cabinet cards and Van Dyke Brown and Cyanotype prints.....Read More
Fresh new works from Satomi Kawai have arrived! We have a fantastic assortment of styles to choose from in her jewelry pieces. She has also been making wall tiles for those who are looking for art that is not adorned on the body. Check out all of her works on her site page here.
Louise Rauh has informed us that these could be some of the last etched aluminum bowls she does. Get them while you can! All of her works, including her current line of jewelry, can be viewed here or in the gallery.
Elizabeth’s work involves varying texture and illusive lights interspersed with minute details, concentrating on the forcefulness of dark areas and the contrast between spaces. These pieces exude recesses, secret hiding places that pull one in for shelter. Her philosophy is to immerse herself in textures and tones to express the intensity of emotions. Stop into the gallery to experience these works for yourself. For more on Elizabeth Rhoads Read's work, click here.