Contemporary Landscape Artist
They say most buyers of art buy art because they want to know the artist.
Here then is a bit about me and my process.
It’s blank. A solid sheet of white. I stare at the solid sheet of white and think of the possibilities, and shrink at the potential failures.
Memories of youth and adulthood flood in as I load my paintbrush with color and start the process of blocking. Colors unfold, suggesting themselves: use me, no use me, no me, no all of us.
Paralyzed with choices, I stop and drink some coffee.
I stand quietly. Breathe, Bob, just breathe. I load my brush again and within a few hours I am, at last, past the phase of being unsure and moving into accomplishment.
Here to explore are:
Equestrian art, the human form, watercolor portraiture, watercolor landscapes, oil landscapes, oil portraiture, pet portraits, abstract mixed media, and an exploration of self-expressionism that uses nature as an emotional conduit to God.
Thanks for stopping by.