Broad strokes of orange and red converse through gaps and shadow.
Acrylic on paper. Museum-mounted on mat board and framed under Plexiglass®. Displayed on a silver and back frame. 64"W x 60"T overall.
About Robert Robinson:
Growing up in 1950s middle America, Robert Robinson's life mimicked a Norman Rockwell painting in many ways. After an unsatisfying stint as an art teacher, he worked as a carpenter and builder of homes, and the construction skills he learned profoundly impacted his creative work. His art is known for its high energy and mixed media abstraction. Manipulating tar paper and carbon steel, his elegant, symbiotic creations are at once powerful and delicate.
Please note: due to the exclusive nature of this one-of-a-kind fine art piece, returns will not be accepted.