The Monstrous Drawings of Richard A. Kirk

by Andy SmithPosted on

Richard A. Kirk‘s drawings emerge out of nature, using its elements to craft strange creatures and scenes. He’s brought this sensibility in illustrations for the likes of Clive Barker, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Christopher Golden, and others. However, in his personal work, we find these monsters and ideas roaming free from specific narrative.

“Richard’s work is drawn from an interest in the forms and processes of the natural world,” his site says. “He explores these themes through the creation of meticulous drawings, which often depict chimerical creatures and protean landscapes. Metamorphosis is an underlying narrative in all of Richard’s work.”

See more of Kirk’s work below.

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