Paul
Rickert

An artist and hero, fearlessly painted the untold stories of war and the beauty of life, leaving a legacy of emotional masterpieces that inspire hearts even today.

The art of
Paul Rickert

Paul Rickert’s works are not merely painted scenes; they are sanctuaries where the mutable is captured and immortalized, inviting viewers to dwell in moments that defy the relentless march of time.

“I play with timelessness. I hold on to something that is changeable and make it eternal.”

-Paul Rickert

“The form of my work is deliberate, intended to invite a relationship between myself and those who view my paintings.” Each piece is conceived as intimate dialogue, each stroke laden with the intent to evoke and engage in a silent yet profound communion with the viewer. 

“The form of my work is deliberate, intended to invite a relationship between myself and those who view my paintings.” Each piece is conceived as intimate dialogue, each stroke laden with the intent to evoke and engage in a silent yet profound communion with the viewer. 

The life of
Paul Rickert

Paul Rickert was born on June 21, 1945, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Raised along the enchanting Wissahickon Creek, where 19th-century luminaries Thomas Moran and William Trost Richards once painted, Rickert was steeped in an artistic tradition from the beginning. His father, William Rickert, a distinguished artist and illustrator, provided early mentorship, fostering Paul’s burgeoning talent. Immersed in a household where art and music flourished, Rickert developed a profound appreciation for beauty and craftsmanship. This foundation was further solidified at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, where he graduated in 1974, equipped with the skills and vision that would define his career.

“The form of my work is deliberate, intended to invite a relationship between myself and those who view my paintings.” Each piece is conceived as intimate dialogue, each stroke laden with the intent to evoke and engage in a silent yet profound communion with the viewer. 

“The form of my work is deliberate, intended to invite a relationship between myself and those who view my paintings.” Each piece is conceived as intimate dialogue, each stroke laden with the intent to evoke and engage in a silent yet profound communion with the viewer. 

Welcome to the art of Paul Rickert

Paul Rickert’s works are not merely painted scenes; they are sanctuaries where the mutable is captured and immortalized, inviting viewers to dwell in moments that defy the relentless march of time.

“I play with timelessness. I hold on to something that is changeable and make it eternal.”

-Paul Rickert

“The form of my work is deliberate, intended to invite a relationship between myself and those who view my paintings.” Each piece is conceived as intimate dialogue, each stroke laden with the intent to evoke and engage in a silent yet profound communion with the viewer. 

“The form of my work is deliberate, intended to invite a relationship between myself and those who view my paintings.” Each piece is conceived as intimate dialogue, each stroke laden with the intent to evoke and engage in a silent yet profound communion with the viewer.