Richard Hight is a living artist who paints like a dead one! It all happens within minutes—at times with broad strokes and at others with intense detail. Vibrant color is set on eight foot canvases as artwork is choreographed to specially selected pieces of music which play in the background. Richard creates two works of art during his performance and those creations are yours to keep. They can be hung in a place of honor or auctioned after the event. The subject matter of the art can be famous musicians, people in history, landscapes or can be tailored to fit many themes such as: Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Women’s History, School Spirit, Patriotic themes, or Spiritual themes. Every event is custom. There are events you attend . . . but this is one you experience!
Richard Hight is a renowned inspirational keynote speaker who uses the fine arts to creatively communicate positive, life-changing messages. He is on a mission to help others find and use their gifts and talents. Addressing thousands every year, Richard’s keynote presentations empower us to take charge and get the results we deserve. As a masterful storyteller with a down to earth, warm and humorous style, Richard delivers the real time learning audiences value and need in order to shift perspective and create forward momentum in their own lives. His work has graced museums, corporate and private collections, and has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS an FOX networks. One thing is certain, whether before a crowd of ten or tens of thousands, Richard holds the audience spellbound.
PAST SHOWCASING ARTIST: NACA, ACPA, ARTS MIDWEST, AND APAP
It is with great pleasure that I convey my sincere appreciation and recommendation for Mr. Richard Hight's Visual Impact performance. Richard has performed at Tinker's Air Show for the past 3 years. His performances have been mesmerizing and stunned the crowd! Tinker has donated two of his custom art pieces to the Air Force Thunderbirds and Navy Blue Angel's museums. Comments received by the attendees of the Air Show have been nothing less than highly complementary of his performance. His performances are extremely enthusiastic and are an experience that one will always remember. The Tinker Community continuously requests him back! His performance at any event would be an incredible asset.
Cathy Clark, Chief, Community Support Flight Services Squadron, Department of the Air Force