Inspire Me Monday- The Art of J Kirk Richards

Inspire Me Monday

Now it’s time to share your inspirations! You can participate in Inspire Me Monday in the following ways:

1) Share “What’s Inspiring You” by creating your own Inspire Me Monday post! You can include any creative challenges you’ve discovered – any books or quotes you love – any bloggers who have inspired you – anything that has inspired you and will inspire us too!

I cannot believe that I have never seen this artists work before today.

Figurative artist J. Kirk Richards is becoming increasingly known for his accomplishments as a painter of Judeo-Christian themes. While not all of his paintings are overtly religious, the majority of his themes stem from spiritual ideas and narratives. He continues to work in a surprising variety of styles, but most of his paintings exhibit a love for the human figure, general use of symbolism and metaphor, and an emphasis on lyric composition.

Figurative artist J. Kirk Richards is becoming increasingly known for his accomplishments as a painter of Judeo-Christian themes. While not all of his paintings are overtly religious, the majority of his themes stem from spiritual ideas and narratives. He continues to work in a surprising variety of styles, but most of his paintings exhibit a love for the human figure, general use of symbolism and metaphor, and an emphasis on lyric composition.

ENJOY these images

 

 

8 thoughts on “Inspire Me Monday- The Art of J Kirk Richards

  1. From caves to huts and then houses
    who’s to say one is better than another.
    So much change has taken place
    always in search of something new.
    The peaceful bliss of a still afternoon
    listening to the birds sing.
    City lights and sounds with their neon signs.
    Have we forgotten where we come from?
    Do we care?
    Or do we simply accept that which seems
    to have become comfortable
    never contemplating the consequences.
    I see the same light shining from long ago.
    Its still just as bright and
    calling ever so gently.
    Take your glasses off; you don’t need them
    and listen, not with your ears
    but with your heart.
    For what lives in the heart never changes.

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