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Richard Colman Keeps Out The Light

EAC founder and master sculptor Chris Blackstock recently ventured down to Los Angeles to attend the opening of Richard Colman's "Keep Out the Light" over at New Image Art. Here's what Chris has to say: "Richard Colman comes through again delivering a high energy show that assaults the senses and burns out your retinas. The show was hidden from passers by with a large plywood wall concealing the juicy melting contents inside. Pass through the looking glass and find yourself standing on top of a stage built from his large scale collaged paintings with faces drowning in porcelain staring into the vast infinite neon space that is Colman's aesthetic."

EAC founder and master sculptor Chris Blackstock recently ventured down to Los Angeles to attend the opening of Richard Colman‘s Keep Out the Light over at New Image Art. Here’s what Chris has to say: “Richard Colman comes through again delivering a high energy show that assaults the senses and burns out your retinas. The show was hidden from passers by with a large plywood wall concealing the juicy melting contents inside. Pass through the looking glass and find yourself standing on top of a stage built from his large scale collaged paintings with faces drowning in porcelain staring into the vast infinite neon space that is Colman’s aesthetic.”

Richard Colman, Naheed, Adam Flores

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