Thursday, January 17, 2013
Ron Hicks' works have been characterized as a blend of representational art and impressionism. Some critics have compared them to paintings by Rembrandt and Daumier. The 41-year old artist translates his own moody visions with a muted palette and rarely uses pure color. He particularly favors the variety he finds in gray. "Gray allows me to capture atmosphere, mood, and layers of emotion," he says. "Gray sets the tone for the rest of the painting."
As a Fine Art World premium artist member, Ron receives an Independent Website or artist website, plus a Fine Art World Community Website for additional exposure. View Ron's artwork on his Fine Art World gallery website.