She Who Seeks the Light is a painting by Kyle Richtig from approximately 2001, (acrylic on canvas).
I’m balancing on a wire suspended between two bridges. Far below, the canopy of ocean with its welcoming embrace waits, choked with plastic and wasted expectations. Continue reading
Our readers’ favourite posts from 2015. An eclectic mix of posts that ranges from the serious to the absurd. Enjoy a trip back through the months of the Richtig Haus experience.
An honourable mention in the 11th spot goes to the Fictitious News post “Nick Jonas, Unintentional Serial Killer“.
I’m taken to the absense of honour
Taking with me the shrouded truth
The sweltering of tongues spoken
In forums of devils and angels
Waging war with number 2 pencils
A poetics of diversity silenced
Decicively. Pompously. Violently.
We are making the wampum, my son
Like our grandfathers did
History woven through connection
Of minds and fabrics
And fabrics of minds
The world of the people
In an offering of peace
Sketching Woman happened accidentally. Continue reading
This collage was completed in 2012, to highlight that light and dark skinned peoples all have issues. Continue reading
Sometimes when I am drawing, I never know what I am going to end up with. Continue reading
This doodle was done during a particularly Marxist time at a job. Continue reading
The Candita Fish was painted by Kyle Richtig in April of 2001 at Richtig Haus in Toronto. Continue reading