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All Rights Reserved. Richard Van Buren has called upon the memory of past travels to help catalyze some of his recent sculptures.

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The rhythms of breaking waves are familiar to most of us, but we do not have enough words like effluence and effloresce that seem to enact the flow of their meaning. In conversation, he mentions the bright colors of the shoes the fishermen and women wore. The red, the gold, the green, the mauve, and the silver are not colors customarily enveloping sculptural forming.

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He mixes aluminum paint into his colors to achieve brighter hues and light. With his move to Maine, first as a second home in then as permanent home and studio for him and his wife Batya who is a choreographer, in , the movement of water, more specifically the movement of the Atlantic Ocean not far from his studio has had an increasing impact on his sculpture. Van Buren does not give us representations of the ocean and some of its inhabitants but abstractions redolent of the ocean. He starts with a kind of idea but one not too specific and then improvises around that idea as he moves from pour to pour calling to the ocean but not attempting to reproduce the rise and fall of its currents.