Richard Clay, 'Cosmic Rays (Charlie Parker),' Signed Acrylic Painting, 2004 - Appraisal Value: $6K
"Cosmic Rays (Charlie Parker)" reflects Clay's vision of Charlie Parker's The Bird. It captures the Bird known as Charlie, who flies into the jazz universe like a bird. His saxophone flew with such speed and virtuosity. His composition and saxophone playing brought rays of light like Cosmic Rays. 

This work incorporates acrylic painting and montage.

Richard Clay is a fine artist, musician, actor and filmmaker. He studied art with Anita Steckel, a famous pioneer in feminist art. Clay feels his paintings are inspired by the 13 years he spent working at the Museum of Modern Art. He lists Picasso, Matisse, Monet, Van Gogh, Bearden, and Warhol as his favorite artists. His early exhibits were in Perth, Western Australia and the Simmons Gallery in Sugarhill, Harlem. Richard's work is particularly inspired by mixed media.

Appraised Value: $6,000.00
Our Price: $2,995.00


Specifications of artwork: 


Artist: Richard Clay (aka Clayscreen)
Title: Cosmic Rays
Dimensions/Size: 20" x 50" inches
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Circa-Period: 2004
Condition: Fine - Slightly Foxed
Appraised Value: $6,000.00
Signed: Name, Yellow Paint, Bottom right Corner
Certificate of Authenticity: Signed by the artist

Richard Clay, 'Cosmic Rays (Charlie Parker), Signed Acrylic Painting, 2004