for immediate press release: richard lotman brown bio
In 2016 & 2017, richard lotman brown continues to expand his international reach with new honors from the International Photography Awards, in three categories, “Americana, Children and Fine Art.” His recent portfolio, “The Art of Kansas City Architecture”, was prominently featured in three, consecutive, two-page spreads, in KC Studio Magazine. (http://kcstudio.org/read-online). Before retiring as Chairman of the internationally acclaimed Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, (http://www.kauffmancenter.org), Jane Chu sought Brown to capture his artistic perspectives of the internationally, acclaimed venue.
Brown is the recipient of a non-partisan, Letter of Appreciation, from the White House, for his abstract piece “A Beautiful America,” featured in the White House Collection. Eight pieces are permanently in the Sprint Corporate Collection. Two pieces are part of the Kemper Museum’s Permanent Collection, (http://www.kemperart.org), displayed in recent years, in “Artists Who Made the Kansas City Art Scene.”
Richard Lotman Brown’s previous endeavors have been featured in B&W, a Collector’s Magazine. His work was juried into the Photography Society of America’s International Photography Exhibit, www.psa-photo.org. Richard’s work was also selected, in two categories, into the Third Annual Photography Masters Cup online exhibit and annual publication. In the Master’s Cup, (http://www.colorawards.com), judges from 20 countries nominate photographic artists who represent 92 countries. In two categories, Brown’s pieces were, also, amongst a small group of Honorable Mentions in the International Photography Awards, (http://www.photoawards.com/en) sponsored in conjunction with the Lucie Awards.
In past exhibits, Brown was accepted into the Soho Gallery, (http://www.sohophoto.com) in Manhattan, New York. His previous accolades include selection as the “cover” artist for the 10th Anniversary of FotoFusion, at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, (http://www.workshop.org). Three of his fine art photographs were featured in an episode of ABC’s, now concluded TV series, “Extreme Makeover, Home Edition.”