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Ric Epley didn’t set out to be an artist. Instead, he was pleasantly surprised when art unexpectedly found him. Although completely without formal training, friends and family urged him to market his work and he very quickly found an audience of patrons. By using a variety of application methods, he has developed three basic styles represented here; geometric, multimedia geometric with texture and a free flow type. Painting without restraint or convention, he paints because he loves the
Epley creates large-scale neo-expressionist paintings. He tends to have a cathartic approach to each painting. “Most often, my own internal experience is directly reflected in the painting. That can be calm or chaotic, but always completely void of any mystery!” There is a satisfying, but humble thread when a client appreciates his endeavors.
B.S., University of Southern Indiana (Psychology)
M.A., Lindsey Wilson College – School of Louisville Center for Design (Interactive/UX Design)
Private Collection: Jim Shook, Indianapolis, IN
Private Collection: Adam Sage, Atlanta, GA
Private Collection: Tom McComas, Venice Beach, CA
Private Collection: Hilde Hendreksen, Oslo, Norway
Private Collection: Thyme Lewis: Carmel, CA
Print Collection: Westin Downtown Hotel, Indianapolis, IN
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