Out of the Shadows - Making the Invisible, Visible Through ART



Wherever there is a human being, there is a human story…

Aritst, Richmond Futch, Jr. and photographer, Michele Ashlee, spoke about their individual contributions to the project both behind the paintings and the lens to a rapt audience at the MuCCC Theatre & Gallery (Multi-Use Cultural Community Center) on Sunday, January 27, 2019. Our thanks to Kevin Indovino for the gracious invitation to show the work and provide an extended exhibition through February 24 at the MuCCC Gallery.


Gallery open during scheduled theatre performances https://www.muccc.org/ or by appointment for groups of 6 or more.  Contact: themuccc@gmail.comv

Making the Invisible, Visible through Art

Check out WXXI’s Helene Biandudi Hofer as she examines the passion behind Richmond Futch Jr.’s new body of work “OUT OF THE SHADOWS”!

See it Friday, October 26, 2018 6-9PM
Revelation Rochester | RocCityART Studios
274 N.Goodman Street Village Gate
Third Floor D312
Rochester, New York 14607

Free and Open to the Public

From ignored and forgotten to seen, appreciated and understood. That's the transformation Richmond Futch, Jr. hopes will happen with his new exhibition. The revered Rochester artist will showcase his new work in a one night only event on October 26th. The exhibit is called: Out of the Shadows - Making the Invisible, Visible Through Art.

Revelation Artists Work on Exhibit at the Hungerford

A few of the pieces completed during a Revelation Rochester – “Revealing the Artist Within” workshop were recently exhibited at Metro Justice at 1115 East Main Street at the Hungerford Building.  Capitalizing on the long standing First Friday art scene, Metro Justice contacted Artistic Director, Richmond Futch, Jr. with a request to show some of the artists’ work from the workshops on First Friday, Feb. 2.  Each with their own personal favorite, visitors and staff alike commented on the life and energy the work introduced to the workspace.By adding the vibrant color and rich concepts to their walls, Metro Justice not only provided a nod to those that created the work but also another reason to visit their offices and learn of their mission to bring social and economic justice to the homeless and marginalized.  In the end, the framed artwork added more than color to their office space, it added humanity.   Thank you, Metro Justice, for inviting us to share in your story.

Pastel and Marker on 18x24 Paper Revelation Artist: Crystal L. 

Pastel and Marker on 18x24 Paper
Revelation Artist: Crystal L.