Richard Mann paintings demonstrated the exquisite beauty of pure color and form. His work is distinguished by the dimension of movement and space in his unique color statements. Each painting marries the spirit and power of fluid masses with overlapping color to achieve a special depth. This technique enables the painting to possess an inherent quality of change. Viewed from near or far, in strong light or dim, the paintings are transformed with individual nuances, creating many paintings in one. This ability to change is the most enduring value of a Richard Mann painting. Each viewer’s emotion, imagination and experiences provide both the limits and the setting for the boundless beauty of his work.
The medium used by Richard Mann is a specially formulated plastic resin paint applied with a soft knife to either a plexiglass or masonite surface.
Mr. Mann’s works are in both private and public collections around the world. A partial list of collectors includes:
Mrs. Vikki Carr
Mr. Steve Garvey
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guggenheim
Mr. Eugene Swearingen
Warner Brothers Pictures
We are indeed honored to be able to offer to you the internationally respected works of Mr. Richard Mann.