‘Bet of Good Fortune 2 (Sketch)’ by Richard Ingersoll

£385.00

Artist: Richard Ingersoll
Title: ‘Bet of Good Fortune 2 (Sketch)’
Medium: Oil on aluminum composite
Dimensions: 10″ x 8″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2024
Artwork Will Ship From:
USA

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‘Bet of Good Fortune 2 (Sketch)’ by Richard Ingersoll

Artist: Richard Ingersoll
Title: ‘Bet of Good Fortune 2 (Sketch)’
Medium: Oil on aluminum composite
Dimensions: 10″ x 8″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2024
Artwork Will Ship From:
USA

About the Artwork:

“This sketch is a riff on a theme ive revisited a few times over the years with 5 yen pieces being attached to good luck and fortune and the idea of good fortune being fed by mental acuity.” – Richard Ingersoll

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Richard Ingersoll is a Denver based artist who expresses work across many mediums but tends to most frequently find a home in oil painting. While he has practiced traditional forms of art since a very young age, his artistic journey became the focal point of his life after taking residence in the Westword award winning psychedelic pirate DIY house venue known as Mouth House in the 5-points district of Denver in 2010. It was here that the vision of a career in visual arts crystallized doing comedy and live entertainment poster illustrations, merch design for bands, live painting at music events, showing at the Red Wolf Gallery, and booking music and showing work at the VFW post 1 in Denver’s Santa Fe art district. Since then he has shown in venues all over Colorado and across the country, sold work all over the world, and continues to do freelance work and show while keeping it weird.