Richard Danzig is an artist with studios in Montauk, New York and La Jolla, California. He is a juried member of the Spanish Village Art Center located in San Diego, California. He is a member of the RPAC Art Center and the East Hampton Art Alliance.
My work is all about color and pattern and tends to be figurative. Frequently I chose a female silhouette in motion imbued with intricate symbols that include musical imagery, animals and the natural world.
Original paintings in oil, acrylic, mixed media and encaustic. The themes are landscapes of countryside and shorelines in the US and France. The styles are abstract, Fauve, Impressionism and realism. The colors are from subdued grays to bright pop.
I paint oil on canvas and linen. My landscape paintings from memory and imagination are designed to draw the viewer in, to evoke memories of a tranquil moment or to inspire the viewer to find peace and reflection in the depths of a troubled world.