Author Archives: Robert

Great artists steal … and then there’s fraud

I first became aware of this image appropriation flap ℅ a tweet storm yesterday and todays New York Times is running an article on it. It seems some enterprising artist launched a GoFundMe campaign to paint a community mural and then … Continue reading

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Drawing Critters at the Zoo

A good friend took it upon herself to organize a casual drawing group to do on-site sketching at Woodland Park Zoo this past weekend. How could I resist an event dubbed, ‘Drawing Critters in the Zoo’? We had a fortuitous … Continue reading

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‘Standing in the Sound’ – at Beacon Hill Fresh Flours Cafe

I’ll be swapping out some of the paintings at the current little show at Fresh Flours on Beacon Hill (Seattle) sometime in the next two days. The space there is so limited that the things that I first brought to … Continue reading

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Britches – at Art Share L.A., April 20, ’17

Britches was the name given to a baby macaque monkey who was among the many liberated from an animal research lab in Riverside, California back on April 20 in 1985. The brutal and inhumane nature of the treatment of this … Continue reading

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Bodies In Water – now at Fresh Flours on Beacon Hill, Seattle

I”ve moved some of the pieces from my most recent show at Lighthouse Roasters to a small new coffee house on Beacon Hill in Seattle. Fresh Flours now has a location a block away from the Sound Transit Link station. … Continue reading

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