A Moment of Clarity

The struggle for clarity is as old as time itself. Does it come from within, or from experience mixed with awareness? In this piece, Richard suggests that clarity is highly complex. The symmetry of angular shapes references points of understanding. The wash of blue and green takes the viewer to a state of innate calm. Clarity does not exist by what we see, but rather, is obtained within our emotional response to harmony. Is this why so many find peace near the water? Or is this what is reflective in our mind as balance in ourselves and nature? Richard’s ability to layer light allows for a glimpse into the ideology of clarity. While there are multiple layers of one’s own clarity, and while we may not all be on the same level of clarity, it is the depth of clarity that behooves mankind.

48 x 48

Acrylic / Oil / Lacquer on Canvas

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