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I believe to paint a landscape is to embrace a sense of place. It is not just visual but an expression of my deeper experience
What the press is saying about my work:
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excerpt from the December 14, 2016, issue of the Flagpole Magazine article by Jessica Smith
…finding inspiration in the natural world, Richard Huston creates beautiful watercolor paintings of landscapes and botanicals. Deciding that he wanted to become an artist early on as a second-grader at Chase Street Elementary, he studied art and theater throughout college, leading him into a career as a set designer and scenic artist in Los Angeles.
Eventually, his work led him back to Georgia, where he took his skills from the set to the canvas.
Huston’s painting “Botanical Garden 46, Carolina Jessamine” takes an abstract approach in depicting South Carolina’s state flower, which grows as clusters of bright yellow blooms clinging to a slender vine. Undertones of complementary purple help the yellow pop, while blocks of color lead the eye towards familiar leaf shapes. The painting is part of a series that now totals 64 paintings, each of which focuses on a different plant native to Athens or the larger Piedmont region. Though common to the area, these plants are often overlooked; Huston’s work draws attention to their beauty and importance