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Richard Knight describes himself as a visual interpreter, an artist fascinated by architecture and the interaction of people as shapes within their environs. He seeks to convey, through his love of of mark-making, a description of place as well as an abstraction of surface, continually experimenting with texture as a translation of our world.

His work hangs in private collections in Europe, the Middle East, New Zealand and the United States. He is represented by galleries in London and the south of England.

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