Rick Fox

Rick Fox lives in Kittery, Maine. Represented by Gallery Naga, Boston, he will be exhibiting in the February 2016 show “A Dysfunctional Family: Portraits by Gallery Naga Artists.” During the summer of 2015 he lived on Cranberry Island, ME as a participant of the Heliker-Lahotan Foundation painting residency. The summers of 2013 and 2014 were spent teaching and painting in Ascoli-Piceno Italy. Recent exhibitions include: the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh UK, the Hampden Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, the Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire, the Prince Street Gallery, NYC and the Grunewald Gallery of Art, Indiana University. Twice a recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshields Grant (Montreal), Fox also received a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts and the William James Association to administer and teach a painting and drawing program at the Federal Prison, FMC Devens. He has been teaching painting and drawing full-time at the University of New Hampshire since 2010. For more information, visit rickfoxpaintings.com and gallerynaga.com


Rick Fox

    HOW FAR I ALLOW MYSELF TO GO AWAY FROM THE WORLD: A Micro-Interview with Rick Fox by Elaine Sexton   ES: Until recently your exhibited work has been oil on canvas, close to abstract seascapes and landscapes, shapes on the edge of being identified as such. This new work, […]