Someday this picture will be bigger.


Big note!

You are actually on the Concklin.Net web site.


I have no idea what I am doing and no time to do it.  I'll be back ASAP.


Meanwhile my content is mixed up with some stock stuff, so feel free to look for it, or you can come back later.




August 15, 2016




I give classes on various art forms. Visit my classes for a small fee to cover the costs. The price includes paints, supports, brushes and any other tools necessary.

Watercolor painting

I have been active in the visual arts, including graphic design, for many years, and have studied their history and development up to the present day. Inspired by the works of other artists and designers, both popular and unknown, I began to develop my own creativity.


Do you have any questions, suggestions, or requests, or do you wish to make an appointment? Want to ask about commissioning a design made to your individual specifications? Then contact me. I look forward to hearing from you!

Okay. You made it to our web site and we're glad you're here! I'm in the picture in the upper right corner of this page. (I'm the one on the left.)
The title of my autobiography is, "Help! My world is disappearing!"
Anyone who has lived past the half-century mark will understand the dynamic. I remember my grandmother complaining when she came back from the doctor, "My heart is strong, my lungs are good. I just don't know what I'm going to die from!" She lived to within 18 months of 100 years and died in 1981. For her the worst part about growing old was watching all your friends pass away and having fewer and fewer people who can relate to your memories.
I find myself trying to explain the world of the 1950's to my children. I read my great-grandfather's account of his experiences in the Civil War and wish I could ask him questions. It would be nice if he could have written more than a mere seventeen pages. So I offer these pages mainly to my own three children and their children, but you are more than welcome to wander here with me through the paths of the Concklin Family History.
Richard (September 2007)
Site updated 12/20/2011--see 'guns' and Frontsight Experience
Site reviewed, touched up 8/11/2014
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