Richard’s metal sculptures are lyrical, whimsical, colorful and intimate in scale.
Richard is known for his large scale abstract sculpture in diverse media, his sensuous iron red clay teapots, whimsical vases, iconic “Dervishes” atop buildings at the Archie Bray Foundation and collaborations with choreographers in museum, stage and landscape settings. He first arrived in Helena as an Archie Bray Resident in 1974. His ceramic work is featured in many collections, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. His large scale, site-specific sculptures have permanent homes at the Holter Museum Art, Myrna Loy Center, as well as on campuses of museums and universities.