“It is important to us as artists, as it is to our clients, that our art is correct as well as beautiful. We paint what we know so you can collect what you love.”
—Richard and Clark Moss
Well known to horse lovers for their richly detailed equine portraits in oil on porcelain and mosaics, Clark and Richard Moss have been collaboratively creating decorative and functional figurative art for over 30 years.
For a decade they have been reviving kiln-fired oil-on-porcelain in the style of the 18th century French Manufacture nationale de Sèvres, and 19th century Germany’s Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur (KPM). The artists’ studio is at their farm in Ocala, FL, where they breed Warmblood horses from the Royal Dutch Stud Book of the Netherlands and German riding ponies.
Their atelier, Equipment of Culture has completed an impressive array of commercial and residential projects. Together they have been recognized by the National Endowment for the Arts, the White House Millennium Council, museums and prestigious private collectors. Their published work includes luxury residences and notable hotels and restaurants.
Richard & Clark Mossrm@eofc.com