Richard Lloyd Biddinger - 'Heart of the Tetons'
Richard Lloyd Biddinger is a representational landscape painter viewing his art as the ongoing process of internalizing and sharing God’s wondrous gift of nature. An avid pleinaire painter, Richard relates his work to his inspiration creating a remarkable sense of presence.
Richard has gained national prominence through his work in representational landscape painting. He is a Signature Member of the National Oil & Acrylics Painters Society. He is a member of Oil Painters of America and has been selected to exhibit in their National and Western Regional Exhibitions. He has also been selected to exhibit in many prestigious national Exhibitions including Arts For The Parks Top 100 and Mini 100; Paint The Parks Top 100 and Mini 50; NOAPS Signature Guild Invitationals; NOAPS Best of America Exhibits since 2003; and various other Group Exhibitions. His work has been shown in the Missouri Governors Mansion and he was recently invited into the Annual Zions Bank Artists’ Reception in Salt Lake City. His work is collected by many including the permanent collection of the Grand Canyon Association where it is routinely used for promotional and charitable purposes included a display in the new Grand Canyon Visitors’ Center. Richard accepts commissions and displays his work at Shadow Mountain Gallery in Jackson Hole.
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'Heart of the Tetons', Richard Lloyd Biddinger, Oil on Canvas, 24x18in, Framed. Exhibited at NOAPS Sig Member Invitational, Estes Park, CO, 2010. A view of evening splendor from String Lake in the Tetons.