HEADING TO SANTA FE?
- Studio visits by appointment.
WHAT THEY SAY
Tom, sculpture owner
Randy's sculpture sits atop my threshold in Marathon, Texas--it has become a true conversation starter. We love it.
Jenny, sculpture owner
Randy's angel is the cornerstone of our garden.
Kelley, sculpture owner
The Pantalooned Woman is one of my favorite collection pieces.
With exposure to some of the world’s most important and controversial art through the New York City lens of the 70’s and 80’s, Randy developed a strong opinion for what was important to his expression.
This transplanted Texan spent decades in NYC and scattered along the East Coast as a commodities trader and fund manager as he continued his informal art study. Time and time again, what arose for him was the realization that everything is connected — that there is no delineation between land and sky, between you and me. It’s all in harmonious relationship.
From his discoveries came many artistic perspectives but one pervasive theme played out in both his life, and his art in the form of the garden. Having designed and built several major outdoor spaces on the East Coast, he found that the translation from earth to canvas and bronze wasn’t that big of a stretch and felt quite natural to interpret the influence. As depicted in this current series of paintings, the imaginary scenes are created through abstracted and stylized vistas, mountains and mesas, prairies and adobe.
Randy and his wife of 40 years, Dot, divide their time between Santa Fe, NM and Scottsdale, AZ. He is both an accomplished painter and sculptor. His attraction to the cubist period has produced a series of portraits on board that celebrate Braque and Picasso, but in a less abstracted style.
If you're in Santa Fe and like to stop by, please reach out for an appointment, I'd love to meet you.
- Schedule a visit. Studio open by appointment.