Using traditional techniques and the ancient medium of bronze, Richard’s beautiful sculptures tell human stories in a contemporary context.
Originally from Central Otago, Richard lives in Auckland with his wife Nicky, working out of his studio in Ponsonby and casting his own work.
Represented by galleries throughout the country, including Parnell Gallery in Auckland and Bryce Gallery in Christchurch, Richard’s sought after, collectable works are held in collections both here and overseas including in the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa’s permanent collection. Public sculptures include “Kuri”, a 3.6 metre dog leaping in to the pond at Queenstown Gardens.
In addition to being an accomplished bronze art sculptor, Richard and his team are experienced and efficient foundrymen, ably producing monumental bronzes.