login    password    artist  buyer  gallery  
Not a member? Register
absolutearts.com logo HOME SIGNUP BUY ART SELL ART SEARCH DESIGNERS ART NEWS SHOPPING
 
      
ARTIST INFORMATION


Photo of Richard Cook, Artist

 
Hard Copy Info:
  Sales Info (PDF)

Artist Indepth:
  Artist Statement
  Artist Exhibitions
  Artist Galleries
  Artist Reviews
  Collections
  Commissions


Rate This Artist:

Your Opinion Saved
  Richard Cook
Albuquerque, NM
United States
Contact Artist

Member Since:
June 2001

Artistic Media:
Printmaking Other (18)
more...

Artist Extras:
 
Contact Artist
  Biography
  Guestbook
 







Richard Cook Art Links
http:// http://www.geocities.com/Nashville/1351 (my general webpage with art, poetry, tour company, etc)



 
RICHARD COOK'S FREE ARTIST PORTFOLIO




 


Age
60
 
Gender Male
 
Status Married
 
Children 3
 
Religion Methodist
 
Education Professional Degree
 
Hobbies / Interests not provided
 
Favorite Artistic Medium Painting Other
 
Favorite Arthistory Movement Regionalism - (1930 - 1945)
 
Favorite Visual Artist Greg Olsen
 
Favorite Work of Art Sacred Grove
 
Biggest Artistic Inspiration Native American Subjects
 
Why Did You Become An Artist To hopefully educate people in the ways Native Peoples view the world, both physical and spiritual.
 
Your Personal Biography I am but one of many spirits, who have chosen to wander this world, at this time in history. I claim no past, special roots, or family. No given established creed or belief system. I only know, for sure, that I have the gifts of writing and painting, of which I only give credit to my Creator. Of all, that is mine to give, I only hope that you might derive enjoyment.
'Know Native American images
and the stories behind those images'

I have drawn my Native American themes mainly from the tribes and Pueblo culture of my native state of New Mexico and the surrounding Southwestern states. Most people are fascinated and also fearful of the images they see in Native American Art. All fear comes from a lack of knowledge. Put your fears to rest by learning the wonderful and beautiful tradition of the People who live 'with the land'. Stroll through my 'HOME GALLERY' and be filled with the richness of America's Native Peoples.
 


    BUY   .   JOIN   .   COLLECT   .   RESEARCH   .   READ  .   DISCUSS  
    Copyright 1995-2012. World Wide Arts Resources Corporation. All rights reserved






1