About the Artist

Rob was born in Vancouver. Aged twenty one, a sense of adventure delivered him to Oxford to study architecture which led to further adventures in London and Los Angeles.

 

However, the call of the wild drew him to the Cotswolds to be an artist: to paint, draw and make prints of places and things pleasing and peculiar.

‘Over the past few years, I have been spending most of my  creative time painting in the landscape, pondering feelings and thoughts that each scene evokes, looking to express a sense of a place and my experience of being there at a certain time.’

Solo and group shows: The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (London); The Foreign Press Association (London); The Royal West of England Academy (Bristol), The Museum of Oxfordshire (Woodstock), The Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, Brian Sinfield Gallery (Burford), The White Room Gallery (Leamington Spa), La Chappelle des Capuchins,  Turenne (France), The Riva D'Arno Gallery, Florence (Italy) and Dar Al-Ma'mûn Library, Marrekech (Morocco).

 

Commissions include: The Royal Shakespeare Company for a work presented by H.R.H. Prince Charles; The Watermill Theatre (Newbury) for an edition of  signed prints used as a platform for a fundraising campaign; and H.M. Graphics for over 20 works published as signed limited edition prints.

 

ETC.: Artwork twice selected by the Emily Carr College of Art to tour British Columbia. (1980, 1982); awarded internship with Pritzker prize winning architects, Morphosis (Los Angeles, 1987); B.A. Hons in architectural studies (Oxford, 1989); Shortlisted for the Windsor & Newton Young Artist Award (1996); Postgraduate Certicate in Art Education (2007); Artist-in-residence, Dar Al-Ma'mûn, Fellah Hotel (April 2015) 

Old orchard, Bredon Hill
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On Bredon Hill toward the Malverns
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A painter's picnic
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Near Broadway Tower
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Unfinished work looking toward Bredon Hill - near Broadway Tower
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Dar al Ma'mun Library at Fellah Hotel I
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Dar al Ma'mun Library at Fellah Hotel II
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