RICHARD TURNER was born in Kansas City, Missouri and raised in rural Michigan, and spent his last two years of high school in Saigon, Vietnam. Between undergraduate work at Antioch College and graduate study at the University of Michigan, he spent a year in India on a Fulbright scholarship. Turner lives in Orange, California, and is a professor of studio art and art history and is the Director of Chapman University's Guggenheim Gallery. His public commissions include Market Square Park in Houston, Texas; Westside Light Rail in Portland, Oregon; Newton Police Station in Los Angeles; and two wastewater treatment plants in San Diego, California.
Artist: Richard Turner
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