Richard Wyatt Jr.
Richard Allen May III | March 8, 2022
Capturing human dignity through drawing requires commitment not only to clearly see but to deeply observe. Current works by Richard Wyatt Jr. at Steve Turner gallery encapsulates such an act. As a muralist in the tradition of such predecessors as Charles White, John Biggers and Hale Woodruff, the Los Angeles-based Wyatt is no stranger to portraying humanity with proficiency and sensitivity. The Capitol Records building, Watts Towers Art Center and Ontario International Airport all testify to the caliber of Wyatt’s public art.