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.
This week marks 19 years of making handmade birthday cards for the nephews.
Finishing this oil on linen painting for the Herron School of Art & Design Alumni Exhibit, Harrison Center, Indianapolis.
Just finished this portrait commission for a friend. Dear members of the family, Rudy & Katie are pictured in front of a wonderfully restored turn-of-the-century barn. The two family cats have a subtle appearance in the background. 24”x36”, Oil on linen.
Working on a series of illustrations for a print ad campaign, Estes Park, Colorado
My painting, Saint Sebastian. Collection of the Indiana State Museum. Oil on paper, 14.5”x17”
"The road to hell is paved with works-in-progress." - Philip Roth
Alley cats that I meet on my way to the studio.
My painting, Nymph of Spring, oil on panel, 12”x12”
The morning dog walk roll call.
Well hello there. My name is Rob. I'm an artist/ portrait painter/ illustrator/ creative type in Indianapolis. This tumblelog is a notebook of recent projects, photos and happenings in and out of the studio.
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