ARTIST

Willy Bo Richardson, Flow 3, Triptych
Flow 3: Saffron Banner (Triptych)
Willy Bo Richardson, Clockwork for Oracles 2, Diptych
Clockwork for Oracles 2 (Diptych)
Willy Bo Richardson, Benevolent Sunrise 7
Benevolent Sunrise 7
Willy Bo Richardson, Colophon 1
Colophon 1
Willy Bo Richardson, Colophon 7
Colophon 7
Willy Bo Richardson, Snow Turning to Rain 1
Snow Turning to Rain 1
Willy Bo Richardson, Snow Turning to Rain 4
Snow Turning to Rain 4
Willy Bo Richardson, Still Sound 3
Still Sound 3
Willly Bo Richardson, Snow Turning to Rain 3
Snow Turning to Rain 3
Willy Bo Richardson, Colophon 4
Colophon 4
Willy Bo Richardson, Navigation 4
Navigation 4
Willy Bo Richardson, Benevolent Sunrise 8
Benevolent Sunrise 8
Willy Bo Richardson, Clear Light 2
Clear Light 2
Willy Bo Richardson, Walkyries 2
Walkyries 2
Willy Bo Richardson, Colophon 11
Colophon 11
Willy Bo Richardson, Colophon 12
Colophon 12
Willy Bo Richardson, Colophon 13
Colophon 13
Willy Bo Richardson, Colophon 14
Colophon 14
Willy Bo Richardson, Bathers 5
Bathers 5
Willy Bo Richardson, Siren's Song 2
Siren’s Song 2
Willy Bo Richardson, Siren's Song 2
Siren’s Song 4
Willy Bo Richardson, Siren's Song 6
Siren’s Song 6
Willy Bo Richardson, Siren's Song 7
Siren’s Song 7
Willy Bo Richardson, Music to Drive to 17
Music to Drive to 17
Willy Bo Richardson, Suffusion 9
Suffusion 9
Willy Bo Richardson, Colophon 10
Colophon 10
Willy Bo Richardson, Sanibel 1
Sanibel 1
Willy Bo Richardson, Still Sound 2
Still Sound 2
Willy Bo Richardson, Still Sound 7
Still Sound 7
Willy Bo Richardson, Still Sound 13
Still Sound 13

Willy Bo Richardson received an MFA in painting from Pratt Institute in 2000. He was a painting tech at Cooper Union and a faculty member at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. His paintings have been exhibited internationally. In 2011, his work was included in “70 Years of Abstract Painting—Excerpts” at Jason McCoy Gallery in New York City. The show assembled works by a selection of modern and contemporary painters, including Josef Albers, Hans Hofmann, and Jackson Pollock. In 2012, Richardson showed work in the exhibition “Watercolors” at the Phillips de Pury headquarters in Chelsea, New York City. His paintings were also featured on the KNME-TV PBS weekly arts series, ¡COLORES!. Most recently, Richardson was a guest artist at the Tamarind Institute at the University of New Mexico.

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