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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  crowbiz@hotmail.com  







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