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Ric Bascobert

Ric Bascobert

Colorado Springs, CO

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* FOR PURCHASING ORIGINALS, COMMISSIONS, OR QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT THE ARTIST.
* In my art, I often aim for the feeling of "this reminds me of...." I like to create art with a sense of exploration and experimentation. The mind is an infinite unexplored territory and my art is a reflection of that. I am an optimistic and playful person, and my work tends to be as well. I ask that you bring your imagination along while viewing my work. It makes for a much more enjoyable experience.
* Ric's artwork is in private collections around the world. You can see some of Ric B's original works hanging in and around Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs, CO, at The Margarita at PineCreek, the Colorado Springs Conservatory, and Lane Mitchell in Manitou Springs.
* To see an interview with Ric B and his sister Rita Scafidi about their 2012 art show, go here: http://vimeo.com/43277929
* If you're interested in wasting 4 minutes of your life watching a short, stupid film by Ric, then go here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueRpzweh8jk
* Ric Bascobert's images do not belong to the public domain. All images in this gallery are owned by Ric Bascobert and � copyrighted, All Rights Reserved.

 

Hitching a Ride on an Unrelenting Spark by Ric Bascobert

 

I'm Unique Just Like Everyone Else by Ric Bascobert

 

Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Death by Ric Bascobert

 

I Can't Find My Chameleon by Ric Bascobert

 

Lounging in the Glow of Unpainted Pictures by Ric Bascobert

 

Study for Slapdragons in Black and Blue Vase by Ric Bascobert

 

Trying to Act Like Jesus, Not Hide Behind Him by Ric Bascobert

 

Wisdom Is Not Wasted on the Wise by Ric Bascobert

 

Have You Ever Seen It Snow on a Clear Night? by Ric Bascobert

 

Born Under a Copper Sky by Ric Bascobert

 

Duck Hunting by Ric Bascobert

 

The Dead Never Get Tired 1 by Ric Bascobert

 

The Dead Never Get Tired 2 by Ric Bascobert

 

All Bravado, No Brains by Ric Bascobert

 

Mary Mary Quite Contrary by Ric Bascobert

 

Which Way to the Paradox? by Ric Bascobert

 

What Makes You Think Everything Has to Meet with Your Approval? by Ric Bascobert

 

Will the Real Mary Please Stand Up by Ric Bascobert

 

The Only Women I Understand Are Made of Bronze by Ric Bascobert

 

Feeling Crucified by Ric Bascobert

 

Can't See the Forest for the Trees by Ric Bascobert

 

Liquid Landscape by Ric Bascobert

 

Lovesong to the Untimely Death of Summer by Ric Bascobert

 

Traveling in an Unfixed Orbit by Ric Bascobert

 

Took the Long Way Home by Ric Bascobert

 

Flowerworks Exploding on the Fourth of July by Ric Bascobert

 

The Fog Over Yonder by Ric Bascobert

 

On the Shores of Colorado Springs by Ric Bascobert

 

Little Victories Receive Tiny Parades by Ric Bascobert

 

A Warm Day in Heaven by Ric Bascobert

 

The Future Does Not Exist and Neither Does the Past by Ric Bascobert

 

The Curious Case of Sefredo Caldini by Ric Bascobert

 

Sufficiently Palpable Yet Ambiguous by Ric Bascobert

 

My Next-door Alien Walks His Zorxx on my Lawn Every Day and I Can't Do Anything About It by Ric Bascobert

 

You Can't Stand on Other People's Shoulders Then Claim to Be Taller Than Them by Ric Bascobert

 

You Are an Amalgamation of a Million Amazing Things by Ric Bascobert

 

No Matter How High You Climb, You Never Really Reach the Top by Ric Bascobert

 

Carrot Mango Vinaigrette on Spinach and Peppermint Salad by Ric Bascobert

 

We Have So Little Thyme Here by Ric Bascobert

 

Misty Morning Hike in Bascobert National Forest by Ric Bascobert

 

Last Minute First Impressions by Ric Bascobert

 

Squeezing a Lifetime out of a Moment by Ric Bascobert

 

Internal Sunshine of the Spotted Mind by Ric Bascobert

 

That Which Consumes You Can Easily Devour You by Ric Bascobert

 

Hiding Here Among the Weeds by Ric Bascobert

 

Sometimes We Can Do Things for Strangers that We Can't Do for Ourselves by Ric Bascobert

 

Midnight Asters Opening at Sunset by Ric Bascobert

 

My Eclipse Lasts Longer than Your Eclipse by Ric Bascobert