'There's No Place Like Home': Rich Mothes Explores Multi-Faceted Concept in Solo Show - 27 East

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‘There’s No Place Like Home’: Rich Mothes Explores Multi-Faceted Concept in Solo Show

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Artist Richard Mothes in his home in East Hampton.  DANA SHAW

Artist Richard Mothes in his home in East Hampton. DANA SHAW

Richard Mothes's

Richard Mothes's "Reminisced Ritual," 2022, 5' x 4,' oil, acrylic, pastel on canvas.

Richard Mothes's

Richard Mothes's "Catharsis For The Lost" 2022, 48" x 48," oil and acrylic on canvas.

Richard Mothes's

Richard Mothes's "Black Eagle," 2023, 36" x 48," oil and acrylic on wood panel.

authorMichelle Trauring on May 4, 2023
For Rich Mothes, home exists all around him — in the East End of his childhood, his house and studio in the Northwest Woods, and the connections he has built... more

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