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Presently, Richard Koury is co-owner of Narrowland Gallery in Chatham, Massachusetts. Richard also works directly with nationally known artists and specializes in bronze casting, fabrication, finishing and patination.  Mr. Koury’s private studio, REKreations, was established in Chatham, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod, and has been operating since 1987.  In his studio he composes thought-provoking abstract paintings, bronze sinks, tables made of natural stone combined with steel, and unique, sculptural jewelry.  Richard was also co-owner of Artscape Bronze Casting from 1996 to 2008, a foundry located in Sedona, Arizona, where he created his own one-of-a-kind, abstract, contemporary sculpture. Using different elements consisting of bronze, stainless steel, mild steel, brass, and stone, compelling compositions were created.
Mr. Koury’s work is in the The Dr. Beatrice H. Barrett Collection of Art, at The…

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Presently, Richard Koury is co-owner of Narrowland Gallery in Chatham, Massachusetts. Richard also works directly with nationally known artists and specializes in bronze casting, fabrication, finishing and patination.  Mr. Koury’s private studio, REKreations, was established in Chatham, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod, and has been operating since 1987.  In his studio he composes thought-provoking abstract paintings, bronze sinks, tables made of natural stone combined with steel, and unique, sculptural jewelry.  Richard was also co-owner of Artscape Bronze Casting from 1996 to 2008, a foundry located in Sedona, Arizona, where he created his own one-of-a-kind, abstract, contemporary sculpture. Using different elements consisting of bronze, stainless steel, mild steel, brass, and stone, compelling compositions were created.
Mr. Koury’s work is in the The Dr. Beatrice H. Barrett Collection of Art, at The DeCordova Museum, and Sculpture Garden in Lincoln, Massachusetts, and in private collections throughout the United States and Australia. He has worked with Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein, Alexander Liberman, Nancy Graves, Anthony Quinn, Julian Schnabel, Red Grooms, William DeKooning, Robert Longo, and Michael Steiner. Richard is credited for his work on numerous large installations, some of which include the Korean War Memorial in Washington, D.C.. The Spirit of Haida Gwaii, (The Black Canoe) commissioned by the Canadian Chancery in Washington, D.C., and the restoration of the Meiere Medallions, which hang six stories above the south facade of the Radio City Music Hall, NYC.

Official Website: http://www.richardkoury.com/

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