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  • 2013 Awesomeness

    2013 Awesomeness

    Another year-end review you shouldn’t read. But, if you like pictures and few words this may not be too painful. Below is a synopsis of exhibits, articles, and art-world experiences.  

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  • Interview: Gods and Guns

    Interview: Gods and Guns

    Guns and Gods: an Interview with Ryder Richards by Nicholas Pierce Through April 17th, Roswell Museum and Art Center will be showing new works by Ryder Richards in an exhibition titled Conflicted. Ryder, who received his BFA in painting and drawing from Texas Tech in 2001, is currently a fellow at the RAiR program in Roswell, NM. Drawing equal inspiration from his upbringing…

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  • Suspension

    Suspension Ryder Richards @ The Cube Friday, March 1, 2013 from 6-9 PM As part of the ongoing First Friday Exhibition series The Cube presents Suspension, an installation by Ryder Richards. Suspending an art pedestal from a series of cables in the middle of the gallery the installation offers the tools of art display as inherently graceful, formal, and…

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  • 2012 Awesomeness

    2012 Awesomeness

    So, let’s get it out of the way that a year-end review of my art life strikes me as pompous, which is kinda why I am doing it. It reminds me of the Christmas card from an aunt with a page long letter spewing tidings of glee centered around the success of her family as they…

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  • Update: October 2012

    Update: October 2012

    Hallelujah. A little over one month down at the Roswell AiR. Only 10 and a half more to go. I have finished a new piece, Coercion, and I think it’s pretty snazzy. [ you can read more about it here] I met with the director and assistant director from the Roswell Museum this week. I will…

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  • Update: September 2012

    I have finally landed in Roswell, NM to start my year long artist-in-residence program. This has been a busy two weeks. I was offered a solo exhibit at Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM. Instead of doing the easy thing and bringing some work, I drove down and spent 5 days creating work and 2…

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