“My job is to make the personal universal and the universal personal.”

Dick Crispo

Dick Crispo challenges himself to develop new spaces on two dimensional surfaces. He allows himself to make statements that don’t speak from the technical space, but from a space that opens both the color and line up to the viewer, allowing them to see new possibilities. The color and the line work in tangent to help make the space. Dick’s Abstracts define a spirituality within the boundaries of the paintings’ geometry.

California Central Coast Abstract Paintings

Masks Series - Watercolor & Graphite Art

Colors of Darkness in a New Light