Richard Fletcher has been drawing since he was 10, and now prefers a pointillist style in ink. His subjects are varied - basically anything that captures his imagination. He has been sleeping rough for a number of years and art has always been close to his heart, and he paints at Art Fitzrovia. We are pleased to say that we managed to include a piece of his wonderful works entitled 'Wild, Wild Horses' into the current exhibition at King's College in Somerset House. Its inspiration comes from a collective statue in the Fontaine de Obsenatorie in Paris where he lived for 2 years back in the late 1980s. Thank you, Richard, for sharing your talent, and of course to Kieran McGrath and The Dickson Poon School of Law for the wonderful space to showcase the art.
KCL exhibition welcomes Richard’s horses
Richard Fletcher standing proudly in front of his drawing, Wild Wild Horses, with Kieran from KCL.