Randall M Good
In subjects ranging from Judeo-Christian iconography to Greek and Roman mythology, to his own literary work, The Shael Ovalis, an original cosmogony, Good’s intent is unwavering – to utilize aesthetics to engage the viewer emotionally and intellectually.
A devotee in the tradition of the Old Masters, particularly the Late Italian Renaissance and Mannerism, Good's innovative figures resonate with archetypal concepts in compositions filled with pathos and passion.
Good is recognized nationally for his featured shows and his public and private commissions. His largest public commission to date, The Way of the Cross, can be viewed in Hope, Arkansas at the historic St. Mark’s Episcopal Church.
In addition to commissions, Randall M. Good is available for art lectures, readings from his book project, The Shael Ovalis, and guest exhibits of his artwork.