by Rich Howden

Design Statement

A wooden “maypole” was used at dances, performances and other festive events.

Materials: Fluorescent spray paint
Dimensions: 5″ x 5″ x 104″

Map/Spire Number: 34

Location: Twin Pines Recreation Area

Address: 250 Pennington Lawrenceville Road, Pennington

About the Artist

About the Artist

Richard Howden, influenced by his mother who was a noted Philadelphia PAFA alumnae, watercolor, oil landscape and portrait artist, has taken a different road, as an abstract expressionist/realist. Depicting scenes from experience and travels, his work can be found in private collections in Seattle, NYC, Beverly Hills, Santiago Chile, Philadelphia and Princeton; including Princeton University. Richard has also explored sculpture and design construction.

The work is geometric, colorful and creative. Further images are found under his Instagram: richardhowden



HV Arts Council Fulmer Featured Photo
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Artistic Accolades:

“The glow-in-the-dark topper and bold florescent colors create an eye-catching beacon.”