Studio Visit with Richard Colman

by Ken HarmanPosted on

Earlier this week, Hi-Fructose paid a visit to one of our favorite San Francisco based painters, Richard Colman, whom ongtime readers will remember from his show at Guerrero Gallery last year (seen here.) As we hadn’t visited the artist’s space in a couple years, we decided to take a jaunt down to his new studio to check out the large scale indoor mural the artist is currently working on. The Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills, unbeknownst to us, have apparently been running a curated program of rotating work for their rest rooms, the majority of which is design based and digitally printed for application. For his commission, Colman has decided to provide something a bit different as his floor to ceiling work will soon become an immersive and likely overwhelming installation. All painstakingly hand painted, the piece has been in production for quite some time, with much more work to be done as the artist is also planning on painting the floors and incorporating mirrored elements. Join us below for a look inside Colman’s new studio and work, here on Hi-Fructose. – Ken Harman

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