Richard Hricko's work presents composite views that honor nature, industry and the course of growth and decay. He has exhibited work nationally and internationally in museums and galleries as well as completing residencies in Australia, New Zealand, and an upcoming residency in Denmark. Richard holds a BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology School of Art and Design and an MFA from Tyler School of Art. He lives and works in Philadelphia, PA where he maintains a studio out of the Crane Arts Building and is a professor at Tyler School of Art.
Growth VIII, Woodcut on Kitakata, 48"x24"
Root II, Woodcut on Kitakata, 48"x24"
Clematis VII, Copperplate Photogravure on Somerset Satin, 20"x15"