Listing DetailsRichard Killeen Is a significant New Zealand painter, sculptor and digital artist . He was awarded an ONZM in 2002 for his contribution to the arts.
Killeen studied at Elam School of Fine Arts from 1964 to 1966. Primarily a painter, his 'discontent with the compression caused by the four static points of the frame' led to what was termed his off-stetcher cut-outs in 1978. These are created from cardboard templates, which he used to cut aluminium sheeting, lacquer, and paint. By the mid 90’s he was creating digital imagery as the base for his work.
Image Dimensions: 500mm W x 325mm H
Framed Dimensions: 710mm W x 545mm H