Richard Kulma

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Moments Before the Drought Breaker
oil on canvas
Framed size 100 x 175
84 x 160 cm
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Through the Mist - Woolshed Study
oil on canvas
Framed size 97 x 137cm
80 x 120 cm
Framed
Richard  Kulma End Of Long Summer_s Day
End Of Long Summer's Day
oil on canvas
80 x 120 cm
Framed
Richard  Kulma Ink Blue Skies Roll In
Ink Blue Skies Roll In
oil on canvas
91 x 134 cm
Framed
Richard  Kulma
Interlude
oil on canvas
87 x 117 cm
Framed
Richard  Kulma Sun Bleached Timbers - Woodshed Study
Sun Bleached Timbers - Woodshed Study
oil on canvas
85.5 x 125.5 cm
Framed
Richard  Kulma The Relics - Woodshed Study
The Relics - Woodshed Study
oil on canvas
85.5 x 125.5 cm
Framed
Richard  Kulma Through The Mist_ Isle de Mont St Michel
Through The Mist, Isle de Mont St Michel
oil on canvas
112 x 139 cm
Framed
Richard  Kulma Towards Evening Northern Territory
Towards Evening Northern Territory
oil on canvas
100 x 175 cm
Richard  Kulma Beauty And The Beasts
Beauty And The Beasts
oil and acrylic on canvas
98 x 150 cm
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Richard  Kulma Bush Cathedral
Bush Cathedral
oil on canvas
framed size 93 x 135cm
75 x 118 cm
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Richard  Kulma Finland
Finland
oil on linen
100 x 163 cm
Richard  Kulma
Heart Of The Land
oil on linen
89 x 130 cm
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Richard  Kulma She Awaits The Shearers Toil
She Awaits The Shearers Toil
oil on canvas
95 x 135 cm
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Richard  Kulma The Great Domes Of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas)
The Great Domes Of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas)
oil on canvas
96 x 168 cm
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Richard  Kulma The Tempest And The Icon
The Tempest And The Icon
oil on linen canvas
95 x 135 cm
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Richard  Kulma Through The Late Fog
Through The Late Fog
oil on canvas
87 x 127 cm
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Richard  Kulma Timber_ Tin and Time
Timber, Tin and Time
oil on canvas
100 x 173 cm
SOLD

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Richard  Kulma

Richard Kulma

Richard Kulma Biography

Born in New Zealand 1959. Son of noted European/New Zealand artist Kazimir (Jack) Kulma.
Studied art under his father’s guidance, however is mainly self-taught.
Migrated to Australia in 1969 to establish a career for himself.

Richard Kulma Description

He worked at numerous jobs, travelling throughout Europe, North America and the Pacific while developing his work. The art and culture of his destinations had a profound effect on his passion to become a painter. Venice captured his imagination vividly and has been the source of much work over the years, allowing his to move from the pure reflection of imagery to the surrealistic of its carnival and exotic architecture. He lived for some time in the Western district of Victoria and developed his art to the stage where he turned professional in 1975.

His works are now represented in numerous Corporate and Private collections throughout Australia, USA, UK, continental Europe, SE Asia, Hong Kong, Japan and New Zealand. Clients include: AMP, McDonnell Douglas, Midland Bank, Hughes, Atlas Pacific, Linfox, Marketability, Cadbury Schweppes, Department of Public Prosecutions, (Vic) Orlando, Shell, Morley First National, Telstra, Lanson Corporation, FJ Faulding Pharmaceuticals, Karmann, The Good Guys, and QANTAS.

My influences are diverse, from the renaissance, from the more enigmatic realist and surrealist works of Magritte, Dali, Delveraux, Hockney, Smart and Whyeth etc through the profound imagery of Miro, Kandinsky, Motherwell, Pollock and Rothko (From heavy metal to Opera so to speak).

As an artist I don’t seek any comfort zones in my work. The need to develop, to explore and to be exposed to things that inspire is paramount. To be brave enough to leave behind old ground and remain creative and passionate is the need.

Richard Kulma Statement

"I feel compelled to paint – for me it is what I am. Perhaps being around art throughout my formative years instilled in me the need to express my creative desire through this medium. I feel driven, and when particularly inspired I am passionate, even obsessive about my work or its promise. It can be a heady mixture of fulfilment or creative despair. Creating an image on a blank canvas or sheet of paper from the images that have lingered in my mind, frustrated or even eluded me is the challenge I feel most passionate about."

Richard Kulma Resumé

Solo Exhibitions1996-97 - Melaleuca Gallery
1990-91 - Libby Edwards Gallery
1985-87 - Originals Gallery
1983-84 - Halmagg Gallery
1977 - Hobson’s Gallery Queenscliff
1976 - Balmoral Galleries

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