Richard Karwoski, American (1938 - 1993)<br/><br/>Since 1963, Mr. Karwoski had over 40 solo exhibitions and participated in over 500 group shows throughout the United States and Canada. He received innumerable awards, and wrote a book "Watercolors Bright and Beautiful". His work with watercolor furthered the medium, which he felt could make as strong a statement as oil. His art has been the subject of articles and reviews in publications such as The New York Times, Woman's Wear Daily, Arts Magazine, American Artist, and Artspeak.<br/><br/>Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1938, he died February 1993. He studied with Richard Lindner (1901-1970) at Pratt Institute, NY and in 1963 received a Masters of Art from Columbia University. He was a professor of Art at the New York City Technical College of City University.<br/><br/>Mr. Karwoski generally worked on one image and one series at a time until he exhausted all possibilities and challenges of that subject.