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Cityscapes & Equestrian Paintings by Richard Heisler

Published Oct 5, 2018

Richard Heisler is an incredibly talented artist based in Seattle with a selection of work that ranges from urban environments and landscapes to equestrian portraits.

“My paintings inspired by places of great importance to me as a person and as an artist. I strive to paint these places with exacting detail and commitment to the highest authenticity and realism of the image painted, in tribute to the experience and out of respect for the places and time spent there. My paintings as a whole serve as an album of sorts of my life.

I can looks through my paintings over the years and know where life’s journey has taken me and be able to connect with these times and places through the work I have done and will continue to do. My paintings are not a pursuit of a certain genre or style of working, but come out of a necessary feeling to capture and present things to those who view my work as faithfully as I can.”

— Richard Heisler

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