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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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Green Finger Banana - Food Within series

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by Jake Richter
Food Within Series
In November 2010, Jake began a series of macro photography that he called Food Within. The food was sliced thinly and backlit. He took great delight in asking people to guess what each was. Once you know it is a banana slice, you can suddenly see it, but at first glance it does not seem pale or smooth enough. The skin is still on, giving it a pointed structure to the top.
Price: 125.00

Green Turtle - Print

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by Jake Richter

About the image
Sea turtles, while being incredibly graceful underwater and clumsy on land, are at the same time an oddity – a marine reptile. In the waters around Bonaire, where I live, turtles are not abundant, but due to various legal protections and a local conservation group their numbers are at least stable. However, it is always a thrill to swim with one, and this image is based on time I spent snorkeling with a green turtle in Bonaire’s beautiful waters.
Price: 149.00

Green Turtle Postcard
Green Turtle Postcard Discounts Apply !
Order 10 or more and pay just .60 per postcard

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Green Turtle Artwork by Jake Richter

Sea turtles, while being incredibly graceful underwater and clumsy on land, are at the same time an oddity ­ a marine reptile. In the waters around Bonaire, turtles are rare - a treasure when seen.
Price: 0.80

Iguana Under Sun - Print

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by Jake Richter

About the image
Iguanas have been a food staple on Bonaire for hundreds of years, and it is believed that iguana meet improves virility and guarantees male offspring. Be that as it may, I prefer my iguanas alive, in nature, where I can admire their prehistoric features. This particular iguana, when I found him under the protection of large plant, was not doing as good a job camouflaging himself as his kind normally do. But, in typical reptilian fashion he was absorbing as much of the sun’s warmth and light, while at the same time seeming to almost emit a glow of his own.

Limited Edition Prints available in two sizes.
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Price: 50.00

Jake's 10 Postcard Assortment

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10 Assorted Postcards - artwork by Jake Richter
Price: 6.00

Japanese Imperial Palace - Print

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by Jake Richter

About the image
During a tour of Tokyo one late fall day, after the sun had already set, I came upon this surreal vision on the lands of the Japanese Imperial Palace. The colors and light of twilight created a fairy-tale like vision which I tried to faithfully recreate in my work.
Price: 149.00

Just a Sponge with an Appetite - Print

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By Jake Richter

This image is from a photograph taken underwater at the Alice in Wonderland dive site off the island of Bonaire in the Dutch Caribbean. It is of a fish called a Longlure Frogfish – a master of camouflage – which spends most of its time looking like a sponge. It dangles a lure, much like a fishing line with a bit of bait, from its head, and when a small fish takes the fake bait, the frogfish swallows it whole with amazing speed. Frogfish are one of the true fish “prizes” divers visiting Bonaire’s reefs vie to see. Frogfish come in all different colors, from white to black, and most every naturally occurring underwater color in between.

Limited Editions Prints available in two sizes.
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Price: 50.00

Just a Sponge with an Appetite Postcard
Order 10 or more and pay just .60 per postcard

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Artwork by Jake Richter

The Longlure Frogfish is a master of camouflage which spends most of its time looking like a sponge. It dangles a lure, much like a fishing line with a bit of bait, from its head, and when a small fish takes the fake bait, the frogfish swallows it whole with amazing speed.
Price: 0.80

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The RichterArt on Bonaire is now open Tuesday-Friday 2-5pm. Drop in!
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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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