Burton’s colorful and harmonious paintings and graphic works are composites of his vocabulary of organic shapes that flow together in undulating patterns resulting in unique multi-colored abstractions. With a background in architecture, many of Burton’s paintings stress visual order. Hard-edged geometrical forms dominated his early canvases, but later a more organic patterning emerged.
Richmond is a graduate of The Rice Architecture School & worked with Dominique de Menil during his time in Houston, which remains a huge influence in his work to this day. He has been published in The Rosenblum Essay, Art in America, and The New York Times. He is also in the permanent collections of The Houston Museum of Fine Arts, MoMa, & Dallas Museum of Art.
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