Richard Crowe

Born 1955 Colleenbawn, Zimbabwe. Studied Rhodes University: B.Fine Art (Hons); Master of Fine Art, cum laude (1973-9) Lecturer in Painting and History of Art, now Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (1982-7) Manager of non-racial GAP Art Group (1985-6) Represented on first South African non-racial international travelling exhibition - Tributaries '85. Solo Exhibitions: Durban 1987; Johannesburg 1988 Settled in the British Isles 1990: ran 'Creative Force Gallery' 1990-2002 He is interested in Goethe’s Theory of Colours especially as used by the painter J.M.W. Turner ( to whom he is distantly related.) Working as Artist and Writer in London since 2002  







articles by this author

May 2010, Interview with Molly Palmer

2009 Royal College of Art Summer Graduate Show

February 2009, Adela Leibowitz @ Holster Projects

October, 2008, My Giant Colouring Book , The Chapman Brothers And Others

July 2008, Paul Chiappe @ Madder 139

February 2008, Chris Gollon @ IAP FINE ART

December 2007, Thomas Zipp @ South London Gallery