Orisha

Habanos Cigar lounge - San Diego View Art

MARK RICHMOND ART

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands

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UPCOMING SHOWS

Unlocking Wonderland – May 20

California Center for the Arts
340 North Escondido Boulevard
Escondido, CA 92025


Unlocking Wonderland - Mark Richmond Art
Havana - Miami Artist - Mark Richmond Art - Cigar Art

Havana Serie No. 1

The Havana Serie No. 1, is one of Mark’s favorite topics of all to paint, Caribbean, Cigars, Havana, art,  elements that define Havana, Cuba in this series of paintings.

The Honu Project - Genesis Gallery Hawaii - Mark Richmond Art

The Honu Project

The first wave of Mark Richmond’s Honu (Green Sea Turtle Hawaii) are  sold out.  Only available at Genesis Gallery Hawaii, the second wave of Honu paintings have arrived.

Kingyo - Elements of Hip Hop - Mark Richmond Art

Kingyo

The Kingyo series is another one of Mark’s passions, Hip-Hop (old school 80’s, 90’s era), and has created the “elements of hip-hop”, in cartoon, graffiti, bboy characters in stickers and t-shirts.

Havana - Miami Artist - Mark Richmond Art - Cigar Art

Havana Serie No. 1

The Havana Serie No. 1, is one of Mark’s favorite topics of all to paint, Caribbean, Cigars, Havana, art,  elements that define Havana, Cuba in this series of paintings.


The Honu Project - Genesis Gallery Hawaii - Mark Richmond Art

The Honu Project

The first wave of Mark Richmond’s Honu (Green Sea Turtle Hawaii) are almost sold out.  Only available at Genesis Gallery Hawaii, the second wave of Honu paintings are almost done.


Kingyo - Elements of Hip Hop - Mark Richmond Art

Kingyo

The Kingyo series is another one of Mark’s passions, Hip-Hop (old school 80’s, 90’s era), and has created the “elements of hip-hop”, in cartoon, graffiti, bboy characters in stickers and t-shirts.


If I’m away from painting for a week, I get bored.

Jean – Michel Basquiat

ORIGINALS

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MIAMI

SAN DIEGO

HAWAII

THE PROCESS


The process starts with deep sided wood cradles, various sizes, sanded, distressed and antiqued.



The process starts with deep sided wood cradles, various sizes, sanded, distressed and antiqued.



Next Penciling and inking takes place.



Next Penciling and inking takes place.



Finally, I use acrylic paints, and a little more inking.

The larger pieces get my “chop” signature in cut-out stainless steel.



Finally, I use acrylic paints, and a little more inking.

The larger pieces get my “chop” signature in cut-out stainless steel.


COMIC-CON POP ART SHOW

POP ART SHOW

at the Michael J. Wolf Gallery - San Diego - COMIC-CON See The Show