Blue Storm Here we have a fine example of 18th century techniques using bisque tiles and base using only cobalt for coloring. The choice of color in context of a storm at sea with lightning striking all around was quite easy since cobalt is blue. The more cobalt the more blue and shading is done with finely tuning the amount of cobalt one lays on the tile. Working on this
Welcome to the home of artist, photographer, videographer, film maker, writer, sculptor, poet, musician, renaissance man, worldling and all around good guy to know, Richard Siegel
I have made a place, where those looking for the great art and projects I have worked on in my many years on this earth, can find. I hope to elaborate on each of the sections and exhibits, to give you an idea of where they come from and how they were made.
Photographs start from the early 1960’s and include travel to over 100 nations through the years. Galleries and photos from New York, London, Afghanistan and to the highest mountains in Nepal can be found; they tell the tales, travails, and meetings with remarkable men.
Ceramics both painted and sculpted add to the breath of offerings here.
Paintings start from a 1964 woman in chalk to the latest homage to the amazing talents of Salvador Dali and Magritte.
Stories and poems written from the many experiences and travels.
Who knows? I may re-create the comic strips I did in High School when I created the Chicken Man Character in Chicago.
There will be a lot of surprises, so keep looking back to see forward.