Richard de Peaux
Flatlanders Art Galleries proudly presents Richard de Peaux in an exhibition of his recent paintings and prints.
Richard de Peaux is a painter and printmaker who is interested in expanding the apprehension of reality by portraying the knowledge of nature rather than just nature itself.
His work has been exhibited in New York City at O.K. Harris/Works of Art, Chicago, The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Washington D.C., Tokyo, London, Seoul, South Korea, Taipei Fine Arts Museum in Taiwan, Switzerland, Sweden, Germany, New Zealand, and Australia.
Examples of the Public collections (26) that his work is included in are: The Lincoln Center in NYC, The Library of Congress, The British Museum in London, The National Gallery of Australia, The Barvarian National Museum in Munich, Germany, and universities such as Yale, Harvard, Colorado, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Berkley, Northwestern, Maryland, and Santa Barbara, plus Nihon University in Tokyo, Japan.
Richard de Peaux is a professor of Art & Humanities at Western Michigan University in the School of Art, College of Fine Arts, Kalamazoo, Michigan. He is the Head of Painting in the School of Art.