Do you know…   … Richard D’Ambrosia?

Richard D’Ambrosia is an artist that works in mixed media. He crafts masks and mannequins, adorned with a “hodgepodge” (Richard’s description!) of materials and textures. His mix might include an assortment of 1950’s gumball machine toys, exotic feathers, and ancient coins. He designs very unusual photographs, a line of note cards that can only be described as quirky, and paintings that capture the emotions and moments throughout his life!

Richard is the proud owner of a restored 1904 farmhouse that was once part of an estate in Dingmans Ferry, known as Huntingtower. He lives with his husband Keith at what they’ve aptly named, “Roosters at Huntingtower”.

Richard has exhibited his work at The Stroudsburg Arts Festival, Origins Gallery, Art on the Mountain, The Milford Craft Show Gallery, UpFront Exhibition Space, Festival of Wood at Grey Towers, Pocono Environmental Education Center, The Artists’ Market in Sholoa, Pa, Victorian Days in Belvidere, NJ, and craft and art exhibitions around the tri-state area. Richard is presently on exhibit at The Art Factory of White Mills. His cards begin at $5.00 each. To see some of his most exciting pieces, visit The Art Factory of White Mills. New pieces will be premiering at his “meet & greet” at The Art Factory on February 2, 2019 – from 1:00-4:00.