Richard Wyatt

Artist: Richard Wyatt, Los Angeles, CA
Mural #17 - The Sun Rises Mural

Richard Wyatt Jr. has been painting murals for more than 20 years. Some of his more notable works include murals at Union Station, the Watts Library, the Ontario International Airport in Ontario, California, and "Hollywood Jazz" on the Capitol Records building in downtown Los Angeles. He even painted murals along the I-10 Freeway in Los Angeles for the Olympics in 1983. Wyatt has exhibited in galleries throughout Southern California, and his works have appeared in numerous publications, including Sunset, American Artist, and Germany's Doe Kunst magazine. He also has been featured on regional and national news programs, including "Visiting with Huell Howser" for KCET-TV in November 1996 while he was painting the Campbell Mural (#8) in Twentynine Palms. In addition to bringing art to the masses through his work, Richard also gives to his community, judging community art exhibitions, working with children in the Los Angeles public school system and lecturing. Wyatt lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Joyce, and their two daughters. Richard Wyatt was assisted in painting The Sun Rises Mural in Twentynine Palms by two friends, artists Alberto Garibay and Rudy Mendez.

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