Bodies as Landscapes

Richard Dubois

Richard’s continuing exhibit, Bodies as Landscapes, explores the human form as a stylized reflection of landscapes, reminiscent of the rolling hills and treeless vistas of southern California where he once lived. These untitled nudes invite the viewer to imagine human bodies not as sexualized objects, but as abstract forms like so many that are found in the natural world. Richard uses the simplest of light and shadow to convey a sense of calmness and tranquility in his work. Gallery director: Paul Vastakis.

Curated by Paul Vastakis