Showing posts from February, 2010

Off to Tulsa!!!

Time to get in the truck and drive out to Tulsa, Oklahoma for a gallery visit at Lovetts Gallery and then to exhibit at the Natureworks Wildlife Art show & Sale . Live painting demonstration Lovetts Gallery 6528 E. 51st ST Tulsa, Oklahoma February 24, 2010 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. I will join Lovetts Gallery Wednesday, February 24, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., for a live demonstration. The piece above, "Ramsey's Porch (Mourning Dove)," is in the under drawing stage of the painting process and will be the painting that I will work on while at Lovetts Gallery . If you can’t make it to the gallery for the demonstration then please visit me throughout the day on my Ustream channel, “Over the Artists Shoulder” where we will be streaming the demo all day. For more information about Lovetts Gallery , call 918.664.4732, visit or find them on Facebook and Twitter . Please visit Robert's news page on his website for more details. (Map to

Preparing for Tulsa!

I am painting LIVE at Lovetts gallery in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Wednesday February 24, 2010 from 10am - 6pm. We will be streaming the painting demo all day from the gallery, check back throughout the day to see my progress and to ask questions. Below is the first recorded epsiode of "Over the Artist's Shoulder" showing how I make my color choices. Please take a look when you have a moment and join me on wednesday at my Ustream channel to see the demo!

Southeastern Wildlife Exposition 2010

It's that time again... Southeastern Wildlife Exposition Charleston, South Carolina February 12-14, 2010 Now in its 28th year, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, or SEWE , has grown to be the largest event of its kind in the nation, attracting more than 500 artists and exhibitors from around the globe who present their offerings to 40,000-plus attendees. A three-day celebration of nature that has earned a reputation for excellence, SEWE hosts the world’s foremost experts in wildlife and nature art, as well as conservation research and environmental education. Robert will be in Charleston Place , 205 Meeting Street, in the grand ballroom on the second floor. If you are attending the exposition or would just like to keep up to date with what is happening at the show, please follow daily updates on Robert’s Facebook fan page and updates throughout the day via Twitter . ( #SEWE – Twitter search stream, which can be seen to the right!) For more information please visit my

Watch a painting from start to finish!

Even though my painting “Paused (Crow) ” has been finished for a few weeks now, while painting this particular piece I captured the entire process on video. It has taken me up to this point to finish editing and fine tuning the videos but at last they are finished. They can all be seen on my YouTube channel as individual videos or watch the playlist titled Work in Progress: “Paused (Crow) ” Start to Finish . There are five videos, the first two cover the under drawing process, the third, video capture the toning of the canvas and the last two show me adding the color to the painting. Each video is under 10 minutes long but compress many hours of work into each short video. Below is the painting in its frame… "Paused (Crow) " Oil, 5 x 9 “Paused (Crow) ” is headed off to the Masterworks in miniature exhibit at Gallery One in Mentor, Ohio. For more information about this exhibit that I am extremely honored to be part of again please visit my news page on my website.

Studio newsletter

What, where & when... The studio newsletter was delivered to inboxes this morning, in case you missed it here it is! I have a lot coming up in the month of February and will be traveling to many differnt locations. When you have a moment take a look to see what I am doing, where I am going and when it will be happening! Winter 2010

Paul Rhymer solo exhibit

At the Ward Museum… The Bronze Sculpture of Paul Rhymer The Ward Museum The LaMay Gallery Salisbury, Maryland January 29 – March 28 My friend and fellow artist Paul Rhymer’s solo exhibit at the Ward Museum in Salisbury, MD opened last Friday night. The LaMay Gallery in the Ward Museum showcases a selection of bronzes by Paul. Paul is a multiple Ward World Champion sculpture winner, and his pieces have been featured in many exhibitions, including the Society of Animal Artists’ Art and the Animal and the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum’s Birds in Art. His works appears in the Denver Zoo , the National Museum of Natural History , and the Hiram Blauvelt Museum of Wildlife Art. The exhibit will be open until March 28, 2010. If you have the opportunity to travel to Salisbury, Maryland stop in at the Museum to view the exhibit. Paul’s work is outstanding and I feel extremely lucky to have one of his pieces in my collection.