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Toronto-based artist Richard Ahnert takes anthropomorphic painting to a new level, lacing it with a quiet, yet unmistakable animism– an abiding kinship between human and animal. He uses the relationship between animals and humans to explore themes of emotion, metaphor, and narrative with a satirical twist. Storytelling, understated humor, and deep reflection are at the heart of his practice. Richard graduated with honors from the Arts York Program at Unionville HS with a Major in Visual Arts and went on to study Technical Illustration and Graphic Design at York University and Seneca College, graduating with the Presidents Honor Roll for Highest Academic Achievement. With a drive to explore and evolve as an artist, He continues studies and workshops ongoing to help define his style and practice. Richard began exhibiting his work in 2010 and has shown in exhibitions and galleries in both Canada and the States. His work has won awards and can be found in private collections and businesses in North America, Europe and Australia.
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oynot

Thanh you for your sweet words Sherry
Happy Easter!
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jojosmom417

Hello, Oynot. I must apologize for MY late reply. I am pleased to meet you, as well. This puzzle really touched my heart. I thank you for this one and the others you have posted and I look forward to many more. Sherry

oynot

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Ha Ha oynot! So glad he changed his mind and went back home!

oynot

That is one of my relatives having a bad day. After walking and thinking it out he turned around and went home :-)

@jojosmom417 sorry for the late reply. It is nice to meet you :-)

goingsilver

Beautiful painting with a real poignancy about it. Thank you.

MarinaNephele

Migrating to foreign lands.. for better life perhaps. ...Sad painting.

Isaly2

Thanks for another brilliant painting by Richard Ahnert.

jojosmom417

It really leaves me with a feeling of melancholy. The poor thing has such a long way to go--alone. Sherry

dhi

Love the sensitivity and the composition.

Poor little thing, I hope he doesn't have too far to go. It's freezing out there too. Thanks for the bio. oynot.

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