RICHARD J OLIVER at Known Gallery in Los Angeles, California | Filmed by Nikolas Smith

February 18 2014 . 08:45pm

Richard J Oliver / THIS TOO SHALL PASS
Opening reception: March 1, 2014 | 8-11p
On view: March 1 – 15, 2014

Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
info@knowngallery.com

Find out more at: richardjoliver.com / nikolassmith.com

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Last day to see Richard J Oliver, Amandalynn, Lady Mags, Grant Cobb and Lucien Shapiro

February 16 2013 . 05:19am

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Show ends February 16, 2013

Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
info@knowngallery.com

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Richard J Oliver | SIGNING AND LIMITED EDITION GICLEE PRINT RELEASE THIS SATURDAY AT KNOWN GALLERY

February 06 2013 . 03:33am

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Title: ‘Raven sketch’
Medium: Signed and Limited Edition of 25, Giclee print on 600MT 300gsm Cold Pressed Decor Art Paper
Size: 13 1/2″ x 17 1/4″ Hand deckled edges

Print mounted in a plastic sleeve: $80-
Pre-order framed as displayed: $180-

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Title: ‘The timeless in you’
Medium: Signed and Limited Edition of 25, Giclee print on 600MT 300gsm Cold Pressed Decor Art Paper
Size: 13 1/2″ x 17 1/4″ Hand deckled edges

Print mounted in a plastic sleeve: $80-
Pre-order framed as displayed: $180-

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RICHARD J OLIVER | When hope turns to ashes video

January 29 2013 . 11:16am

Find out more at: RichardJOliver.com

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Richard J Oliver at Known Gallery | Opens Saturday February 2, 2013

January 26 2013 . 08:56am

RICHARD J OLIVER | When hope turns to ashes
Opening reception: February 2, 2013 | 8 – 11pm
Show runs: February 2 – February 16, 2013

Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
info@knowngallery.com

Richard J Oliver was born and raised in Wales, United Kingdom, studied Fine Art at the University of the West of England and undertook his Masters at UWIC in Wales. In his time between studies, Oliver built his reputation, beginning in Wales and later gaining recognition throughout the UK. His work has been included in numerous European group shows, which then segued into solo shows, including an exhibition at the prestigious Museum of Modern Art in Wales.

Oliver’s early work focused on his homeland, particularly the struggle of its youth trying to find identity in the aftermath of the local mining industry’s demise. His work often showcased the skeleton landscapes of mining villages in the Welsh valleys juxtaposed with contemporary youth.
His latest works explore more universal subjects, from environmental issues to humanitarian and social problems that are close to his heart.

Since becoming a parent, Oliver has explored the anxieties of raising a child in an environment on the brink of disaster. The images touch on the tragedy of children forced to survive in an apocalyptic environment and violently fend for themselves. He transforms the natural instincts of fatherhood and family protection into striking visuals. More recently, portraits have crossed into the dark, brooding world of Grimm’s fairytales and surrealistic subjects that help convey the emotion and tragedy of our world’s children. Oliver works closely with many charities, most recently donating proceeds to Dreamlovecure.org and City of Hope’s Department of Pediatrics.

Find out more at: RichardJOliver.com

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