Q: What genre do you work in?
A: I consider all of my pastel paintings and photographs to be “contemporary conceptual realism.” In my work there is a disquieting quality, a feeling that things are not quite as innocent as they at first seem. The world I depict is a world of the imagination that owes little debt to the natural world. As one New York art critic noted, “What we bring to a Rachko… we get back, bountifully.”
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Posted on May 20, 2017, in Black Paintings, Domestic Threats, Gods and Monsters, Pastel Painting and tagged "Broken", contemporary conceptual realism, genre, imagination, New York, pastel paintings, photographs. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.