The Renaldo Kuhler collection is represented by Ricco/Maresca Gallery at 529 W. 20th St., New York. Please direct all acquisition inquiries to Kylie Ryu (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Alejandra Russi (email@example.com). Frank Maresca, part-owner of the Ricco/Maresca Gallery, is one of the leading experts on and collectors of outsider art in the country.
The Collection includes:
Works on paper rendered in ink, pencil, colored pencil, acrylic, gouache, watercolor, and mixed media
Sketch books and diaries containing illustrations and original ornate calligraphy
Rocaterrania National Labor Service uniforms with hand-carved neckerchief slides and epaulets
Functional ornate smoking pipes contructed from scrap wood, twigs, laminated paper, and acrylic
Models, vials, containers and art objects hand carved and/or constructed from scrap wood and laminated paper
Functional violin constructed from scrap wood, hand carved and shaped, with laminated paper chin rest
Life-size mannequin modified with laminated paper, plaster, and paint into a three-dimensional model of 'Peekle Hannaford,' Renaldo’s favorite neutant
Brett Ingram is the proprietor and custodian of the collection, and director of the Renaldo Kuhler Archive.