Richard T. Walker


So did the format of this website change or something? Sorry if this is formatted strangely. Aside from that, I absolutely love this artists’ work and how he connects mundane boulders, and even himelf, to natural geographic formations. To me, showing this boulder/ rock superimposed with a mountain top serves as a reminder that these slabs of stone were once components of a huge, magestic mountain, severed by hundreds/thousands/millions of years of physical (or chemical) weathering. These pieces in particular make me want to stop and admire every rock/boulder that I usually would pass without a thought of how old they are and how much they’ve been through. They deserve just as much admiration as an intact mountain. And just like these boulders, we are made from the elements of earth. I really appreciate R. T. Walker bringing this notion to attention with his work.


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