passages of time
One’s existence is made up of many interwoven layers, a synthesis of personal triumphs, tragedies and transitional states. As each minute passes, the challenges of life propel one’s evolution, yielding insight and understanding. For artist Richard Tuschman, art, like life, is about the accumulation of experiences and the relationships that result. “When working, I see each new layer as analogous to an event in the life of the piece, one leading to the next,” says the artist. “Just as in a person’s life, even those layers that seem to be forgotten or invisible in the finished piece have somehow contributed to the whole.”
“As an artist, I create to give tangible, meaningful form to otherwise invisible but deeply ...