Richenda's work is figurative, lyrical and dream-like, forged through daily line drawing and mark making. Richenda uses the process of drawing as a method to think through ideas and bring imagined visions to the surface. These subconscious thoughts and feelings reveal her experiences of the world, and this is the foundation of the imagery in her prints.
Her preferred printmaking mediums are linocut and etching, with the fineries of line and freedom of pattern making. In her most recent works she uses etching and linocut printed as one print. This is a process both technically and physically challenging to master, and one she was first introduced to by Simon Lawson of Huguenot Editions.