I’ve been an artist my whole adult life. I have only been a history buff since having met my wife, Denise.
I have been a graphic designer since 1982, on a computer since the year it was possible, and freelancing since 2008. Not well.
I realized I was in dire need for a switch. A self-inflicted calamity to help me take a new direction, one that fused my two interests, history and graphic design, and let my find a way to contribute my creativity to a purpose, namely history appreciation. Not just learning it, but feeling it, in the countryside, in the everyday objects we call material culture, in the architecture, in art.
And as long as I needed a crash course on small business anyway, why not shift the intended product at the same time?
So here I am! Your obedient servant.
Rick Wolff in the 21st century, Richard Wolff in the 18th.
You can look forward to not only re-creations of actual art as it appeared in publications throughout the Colonial and Revolutionary American era, but also some exercises in imagination! If you’re wondering how I can accomplish that … good.