artist | illustrator | @_robday
Little Hogan, 36” x 48”, oil on canvas, 2014
The Arts Council of Indianapolis city-wide public art project: High Art http://www.indyartsguide.org/poll/detail/58
A neutered cat makes Mona smile. http://robday.com/artwork/531906_Mona_with_Cats.html
A few of my landscape paintings
Billboard design for a public arts project sponsored by The Arts Council of Indianapolis. This and 10 other works appear on various billboards throughout the city surrounding counties. Vote for your favorite design by Oct! 5. http://www.indyartsguide.org/poll/detail/58
My blog about creating a painting of the First Emperor of China for The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.
My cover illustration on the current issue of Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences magazine, Summer, 2014
Contributor page, Boston Magazine
Just finished this illustration of China’s first emperor. It will be part of the display and promotion for the exhibit, China’s Terra Cotta Warriors: The Emperor’s Painted Army, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, May 10–Nov. 2, 2014.
My recent oil painting, “Meadow” is currently available at an online auction, which benefits one of my favorite non-profits, Drawing Dreams Foundation. They support art therapy programs for hospitalized children. 100% of the proceeds from the sale will be used to purchase supplies for the Art Therapy Program at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis. If you’re interested in bidding, here’s a link to the auction. Bidding ends soon!
Finished illustration with the editorial design and opening of the interview and Q&A. Boston Magazine, March, 2014
Recently completed portrait for an editorial illustration. The medium is oil paint on illustration board, 10” x 13”. The upper right image is a progress photo with a string of colors used for the portrait: zinc white, van dyke brown, yellow ochre, cadmium red light and burnt umber.
Two recent oil landscapes that found a new home this week and will hang in the office of a dermatology practice.
Oil on linen landscape currently at the Herron School of Art & Design Alumni Exhibit, Harrison Center for the Arts through November.