Piece description from the artist

Generally, my watercolors are totally unplanned. I pour paints, letting nature and gravity take command. This procedure is repeated over and over, allowing each stage to dry, while constantly scanning the piece for the idea 'waiting to come out.' Painting for me is completely intuitive. What oftentimes happens is that I end up with a very surreal, or dreamlike result, as is the case with Tributaries. I named it thus as I see things are connected, one to the other. Rivers flow into other rivers, man and woman are connecting, and
even a human eye is linked to an escaping figure. Looking at it from a distance, I see the face of Queen Isabella of Spain.

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About Richard Green

Eden Prairie, MN

Richard Green holds a Bachelor's degree in music and art history from the University of Minnesota, and a commercial art certificate from The Hennepin County Technical College. The 35mm camera he received for his seventh birthday was probably the catalyst which would eventually lead to a career in art direction and graphic design. He is a self-taught watercolor artist and oftentimes combines a variety of mediums, including a computer to achieve the effects he desires.

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