Richard Bledsoe is American Stuckism West

Petrified Forest

Richard Bledsoe: Petrified Forest 2017. Acrylic on canvas, 20 x 24″

And there is no geographic east, only a philosophical one. He inhabits that realm too, but on a private level which is none of our business.

Richard is a free thinker and artist. He is the rock of Remodernism, which is Stuckism explained further to someone you like or love. He is the painter’s painter, and its true critic. To me, it is obvious how Richard loves painting, unlike the majority of paid art critics choking the joy out of creative endeavor these days.

Also, his writing is more colorful, and can stir the pot of art argument like no other. Being a painter, he knows very well who the enemies of art are, and calls them out regularly because he is also a brave poet.

Like me, Richard can see the output of one man or woman more beneficial to generations than a Guggenheim.

He has two pieces at Quintus that need attention.

Call (315) 527-4263. Ask for Kathy or Joe. Tell them you wish to buy work by the steadfast Stuckist.

In the Trenches

Richard Bledsoe: In the Trenches 2017. Acrylic on canvas, 12 x 16″