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Richter Art Gallery
Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles

Caribbean Art On-Line
266 Horse Corner Road
Chichester, NH 03258
Phone: (603) 218-6389
Fax: (603) 415-8844

Featuring art by
Linda Richter
&
Jake Richter

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Bonaire Sunset - Print

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by Jake Richter

About the image
Sunsets are beautiful when water is involved, a theme that is recurring in my images. Here I have tried to represent a sunset in the summer months at the northern end of the Caribbean island of Bonaire, with Mount Brandaris silhouetted against the sun, and dark yet reflective ocean in the foreground.
Price: 149.00

Bonairean House - Limited Edition Print

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Bonairean House by Jake Richter

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Traditional Bonaire architecture has a unique quality different from elsewhere, featuring tall roofs to help keep hot air up and cool air down.
Price: 149.00

Boy Meets Fish - Print

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by Jake Richter

About the image
We were visiting the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, and while my son was watching the wildlife in their giant aquarium tank, this fish, formerly known as a Jewfish, and now renamed a Goliath Grouper, took an interest in my son. They both hovered in their respective positions for quite some time, cautiously observing each other. Perhaps each was considering the other as a viable food source?
Price: 149.00

Brain Coral - Print

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by Jake Richter

About the image
Nature creates wonderful patterns, and in the ocean some of the most incredible patterns can be found in soft and hard corals. There are several species of brain coral, aptly named because their meandering crests resemble the appearance of the exterior of a mammal’s brain. However, to me, the most amazing thing is that a coral’s colors are actually the result of a separate organism – zooxanthellae – a type of algae which lives in symbioses with the coral. So, this image represents both the simplicity of a natural and random pattern and the complexity of the interrelationship of multiple life forms.
Price: 149.00

Bringing in the Net - Print

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By Linda Richter

About the image
Men gather a net from the shallows of Lac Cai in Bonaire. An experienced fisherman gathers with quiet confidence. A young man eagerly pulls in his side.
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Price: 75.00

Bromeliad Blossoms - Print

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by Jake Richter

About the image
Many of us see bromeliads on a regular basis – pineapples, for example. However most don’t realize that bromeliads come in a variety of colors. I found this incredibly richly colored bromeliad in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in the tropical gardens of the excellent Chattanooga Aquarium, but what really caught my attention were the bromeliad “babies” forming in the midst of the water-filled interior of the parent bromeliad. The brightness and contrast of the colors of the leaves, blossoms, and reflection of the water were captivating, and also difficult to represent properly.
Price: 149.00

Bullfrog - Print

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by Jake Richter

About the image
Often heard, but rarely seen, bullfrogs are both beautiful and ugly at the same time. Some of their ugliness stems more from stories and fairytales, although arguably, on the flip side, Kermit the Frog made frogs cute. One evening while at a pond in New Hampshire, I caught a bullfrog, and decided to do a detailed study of it, as seen here. The complexity of the eye, combined with the odd appearance of the tympanic membrane (ear) is contrasted by the rich green and brown color of the bullfrog.
Price: 149.00

Butterfly on Pink Daisy - Print

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by Jake Richter

About the image
A visit to a farmer’s market in Nashville, Tennessee, inspired this image, when I spotted a butterfly feeding on blossom of what appeared to be a pink daisy in the floral and garden section of the market. What intrigued me about the scene I saw was the plain appearance of the butterfly in contrast with the vivid colors of the bloom it sat upon.
Price: 149.00

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What's new this month...!
Linda Richter has finished two paintings in the last month - Turtle Ballet and Take Flight. In the works is another in her series of conch paintings, along with a Rainbow Lorikeet and a particularly friendly French Grunt.


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