Gallery #370B

      June 23, 2016

Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist

            Richard Alan Nichols (Born 1963)

Richard Alan Nichols - Crepuscular En Madre De Un Arroyo Seco

Richard Alan Nichols - Crepuscular En Madre De Un Arroyo Seco

Richard Alan Nichols - Ode to Spring

Richard Alan Nichols - Ode to Spring

Richard Alan Nichols - Fields Of Light

Richard Alan Nichols - Fields Of Light

Richard Alan Nichols - Spring Thaw

Richard Alan Nichols - Spring Thaw

Richard Alan Nichols - My Secret Garden

Richard Alan Nichols - My Secret Garden

Richard Alan Nichols - Under The Taos Sun

Richard Alan Nichols - Under The Taos Sun

Richard Alan Nichols - Palo Duro Canyon

Richard Alan Nichols - El Saltos Light

Richard Alan Nichols - El Saltos Light

Richard Alan Nichols - Old Taos Farm

Richard Alan Nichols - Old Taos Farm

Richard Alan Nichols - Passing of Time

Richard Alan Nichols - Passing of Time

Richard Alan Nichols - Light, Legend, Life

Richard Alan Nichols - Light, Legend, Life

Richard Alan Nichols - A Time Gone Bye

Richard Alan Nichols - A Time Gone Bye

Richard Alan Nichols - Moonlight Serenade

Richard Alan Nichols - Moonlight Serenade

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"Crepuscular En Madre De Un Arroyo Seco"

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  Feature Artist Bio

By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the second of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by contemporary 

American landscape painter Richard Alan Nichols (born 1963 in New Mexico, USA).

 

Richard's natural ability was given a strong foundation in traditional impressionism, brought forward during his tenure at the prestigious American Academy of Art in Chicago. His knowledge of his gift was honed under the tutelage of Masters Irving Shapiro and Ted Smuskiewicz, whose guidance was instrumental in young Richard receiving numerous scholarships and awards. 
 

Nichols sees that Taos, NM and his creativity are intertwined, a thread woven in the tapestry that defines his artistic life. “One of the Chosen spots on earth,” according to writer D.H. Lawrence, it has been a Mecca of creativity for centuries.  

It’s living in an unknown territory not sure of the final chapter but enjoying the journey. A journey path that he is still partaking, from subject matters of: Acutely aware of the delicate hues created by light, Richard strives to render--in his landscapes, figurative works and still lifes--"a visual poem" with each stroke. 

As an internationally-recognized artist, Richard Alan Nichols is highly sought after by many private collectors and in many permanent collections such as American Academy of Art; Koop Collection; Crouch Collection; Hughes Collection; Goloff Collection; Taos Art Museum; The Town of Taos; Sears, Roebuck & Company; and the Universities of Wisconsin, Nebraska, Minnesota and Missouri.   
 

                                   Selected Awards & Exhbitions

 Oil Painters of America 

 The Society of Master Impressionists 

 American Impressionists 

 Nomadas Del Arte 

 Art for the Parks

 The Salon International 

 

Recently, Richard received the honor of being chosen the official poster artist  for the prestigious "Taos Invites Taos."

The artist and his family live nestled in the foothills of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains in The Art Mecca known as “Taos”. To honor and nurture their spirit of the journey.

                                                     

                                                   ARTIST'S OFFICIAL BIO                                                      http://richardalannichols.com/about

 

 

 

Richard Alan Nichols' 

                                                                      OFFICAL WEBSITE                                                          http://richardalannichols.com/

 

             ARTIST'S STATEMENT

 

Working outdoors has inspired my painting process. I find that being on location creates an understanding of the subject that is difficult to arrive at working in the studio.

 

Success for me is conveying a sense of time and place in my paintings. I'm inspired by color and contrast, attempting to organize the unlimited variation of nature into a personal statement."