Jim Kempner Fine Art

    Randy Regier

    "I have made things as far back as I can recall, or at least have attempted to do so. The tension for so much of my childhood-and it was a very tangble thing-was that my youthful imagination always exceeded the limitations of my hand and access to tools and the necessary materials. The frustration I felt when I conceived of a toy or vehicle or thing that I could see so very clearly in my mind's eye-but could not for the life of me realize as a real thing in the world, oh how that frustrated me. What I do now-via the very necessary detours of the auto body trade, art school, historical society assistant, vintage toy repair, etc. and etc-is to have become competent enough to imagine a thing one day and realize it as an actual, autonomous thing on another. The Albert Camus quote, 'A man's work is nothing but this slow trek to rediscover, through the detours of art, those two or three great and simple images in whose presence his heart first opened' I think, sums up all that I am trying to say here."-Randy Regier

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    2011

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    2010

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    2011

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    2004

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    2004

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    2013

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    2012

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    2010

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    2010