b. 1977, American
Since graduating from Binghamton University in 2001 with a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts, Robert has been living and working in the rust belt community of Binghamton, New YorkTaking full advantage of the area's vast amount of available, spacious, warehouse studio spaces, Robert continues to produce large scale figurative works. The works, dynamic in scale, seize the viewer's attention, yet contain quiet domains to rest within. His silent and edgy images are often filled with multiple paradoxes - contemplation, introspection, relationships and solitude, stillness and movement where we sometimes get a glimpse of a moving progression in space, over time, within a single image. Robert's work explores the psychological and existential questions dealing with the human condition.