Back from the Yellow Brick Road
- by Richard Pitts
Richard Pitts explores the various metaphors inherent to the natural environment, suggesting that art is not only bridged with life but is also a product of it. His abstract sculptures create aesthetic intersections where personal narratives commune with the visual. Pitts has exhibited both nationally and internationally and served as Professor of Fine Art at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City for several years. His works can be found in public and private collections across the country. He is a former President of M55 Art, an artist initiative Gallery dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art, and he has been reviewed in the New York Times. Pitts lives and works in the New York area. Of Back from the Yellowbrick Road, he writes: "My Sculpture references the environment by creating a sense of place. It is my intention that Sculpture gives a sense of distinction to place until that place gives a sense of importance to the Sculpture."
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Location: Kause Way
Installation Status: Past Installations