Work in Progress... "Crow" painting, Under drawing, Part 1
Work in progress... "Crow" painting, Under drawing, Part 2
Over half of the show are small paintings that are no larger than 8 x 10 by some of New England's finest realist painters. Miniature paintings are also in the show, painted by well known artist from England, Australia, and the United States. The show opens Friday November 20, 2009 and runs through January 16, 2010. The gallery is open Wednesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm and Sunday 2 - 6pm. For more information please visit www.fafineart.com or call 781-862-0660.
"Three Gentlemen (Roosters)," Oil, 6 x 13
My painting "Three Gentlemen (Roosters)" is one of the many pieces invited to exhibit at this annual show and is currently available through Francesca Anderson Fine Art Gallery.
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum has decided to add my painting "Sewanee Barn (Feral Pigeons)"to its collection. I am extremely honored and excited.
I recently wrote a thank you letter to the museum and all the staff thanking them for putting together such a wonderful exhibit. I wet on stating that nothing else has even remotely come close to that feeling of belonging to something so great that I felt when sitting under the tent for the first time in 2007. I consider Birds in Art to be the measuring stick for all of my work and artistic endeavors. I feel now that that measuring stick has been raised much higher. Thank you Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum for adding my painting to the Woodson collection. I will continue to strive to do my very best to reach that new height.
From one of my all time favorite movies "Explorers"
-"It's the stuff that dreams are made of"
"Sewanee Barn (Feral Pigeons)"
Oil, 13 x 30
"Sewanee Barn (Feral Pigeons)" has the honor of being one of 112 pieces selected to exhibit at the prestigious annual Birds in Art exhibition at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin. Organized annually since 1976 by the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Birds in Art presents the very best contemporary artistic interpretations of birds and related subject matter. Each year, a jury selects approximately 100 works to take part in the exhibit. This year, 545 artists from around the world submitted 884 pieces of art. Robert is one of 112 juried artist selected for the exhibit; the show will also include the work of nearly 20 master wildlife artists.
For more information please visit: www.lywam.org
Pre-order your signed copy of the book, follow link to order.
I have two pieces included in the pages of this book,
"Lookout" and "Your Majesty (Black Vulture)"
In preparation for my upcoming Virginia Museum of Natural history exhibition I am re-editing my time-lapsed videos making them a bit longer (so you have enough time to read the type). And most importantly inserting some royalty free background music - thank you www.audiomicro.com! So here is the first newly edited video "Cow on a Hill."
Robert’s graphite drawing “Out of the Darkness (Saw-whet Owl)” has the honor to exhibit at one of the country's most prestigious wildlife exhibitions Art of the Animal XIV. The exhibit opens on June 13 and will run through July 26th, 2009. This year's Special Guest Artist, Terry Isaac, will be in attendance and giving talks at the opening reception on Saturday, June 13th.
For information, visit http://www.benningtoncenterforthearts.org/ or call 802.442.7158.