Requiem for Burgerland

Feb 14-March 26, 2019


A retrospective art show of Rich Stevens's Burgerland Series (2014-2019)


The FoodArt Collection is proud to present the culmination of Rich Stevens's Burgerland Series with 20 artworks spanning five years of artistic output. 

New acrylic panel paintings are paired with intricate mixed media works telling the story of Burgerland from its earliest miracle to its apocalyptic ending through these iconographic artworks.


For this exhibition we borrowed back and displayed nearly all of the Burgerland Series (one work's whereabouts are still and possibly forever unknown).

Rich Stevens's alter ego Jumpnacious Tambingo made a return appearance to serve mass and preside over the wake. 


Rich Stevens, So Drunk I Made an Enemies List, 2018, acrylic on panel, 14" x 18"


Rich Stevens, Infidelities at the Gate, 2019, acrylic on panel, 14" x 18"


About the Artist

The artwork of Rich Stevens is an exploration of the nexus of religious icon art, advertising, pop culture, and psychedelia. Through extensive use of process, his work seeks to create depth not easily conveyed in digital or two-dimensional media.

Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, Rich M. Stevens earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a specialization in printmaking and drawing from Birmingham-Southern College in 2001.  After college, he exhibited extensively in Birmingham, AL and later in Atlanta, GA. 


Rich currently lives in Seattle, WA and can usually be found working in his home studio.