About Artist: Richard Sloat was born in Easton, Pennsylvania in 1945 and currently lives in Manhattan. He studied at the University of Pennsylvania with Rackstaw Downes and the Art Students League. He has lectured in New York and California and was recently elected to the National Academy. He is a member of the Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA) and is currently serving as president. He has been in many shows in the United States and Asia. He has received many awards including the Joseph M. Kaveney Memorial Award at the Janet Turner National Print Competition, 1999; The Alfred D. Crimi Award at Audubon Artists, 1998; Purchase Prize at Broome Street Gallery Invitational, 1998; American Artist Award at Audubon Artists, 1996; and has twice won the Leo Meisner Prize at the National Academy of Design.
This is a free service for Gallery's and Art Dealers. ArchesArt is becoming a powerful and leading art portal service. The more original work you add to the site, the more visible and attractive your gallery will become.Explore
ArchesArt invites the best art dealers and galleries from around the world to list their art events and exhibitions on the most comprehensive online platform for sharing your art.Explore
Don't see what you are looking for? We can also help you to find any artwork! If you don’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us. We are more than happy to help you.Explore