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Robert S. Weinblatt - Querencia
Robert S. Weinblatt - Cross Country Morning
Robert S. Weinblatt - Abode Blue
Robert S. Weinblatt - Higher
Robert S. Weinblatt - Bosque Trail
Robert S. Weinblatt - Indian Moon Park
Robert S. Weinblatt - Safe Passage
Robert S. Weinblatt - Reflections of Richard
Robert S. Weinblatt - On Being Green
Robert S. Weinblatt - Kaleidascope
Robert S. Weinblatt - October Prayer
Robert S. Weinblatt - Ghosts of Xmas
ARTIST'S OFFICIAL BIO https://rsweinblatt.weebly.com/about.html
Robert S. Weinblatt's
By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the first of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by American painter Robert S. Weinblatt (born 1954 in Youngstown, Ohio).
Robert S. Weinblatt is a contemporary American Impressionist working in a variety of mediums. His main focus is to portray the American landscape and its light in a strongly-emotional as well as colorful format.
An Air Force brat, he was born in Youngstown, Ohio before
subsequently moving to Cheyenne, Wyoming, where he spent his early years before his family moved to Long Island, NY.
Robert received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Queens College and was then accepted into the Fine Arts program at the Art Institute of Chicago. He received his MFA from the Art Institute of Chicago and went on to individual study programs with various artists to hone his style and technique.
Robert's work is represented by various galleries and is currently showing his work in Guangzhou, China by invitation of the Chinese people.
He is a competitive painter and recently took 2nd place in The New Mexico Pastel Society's Small Works Show.
He has also been chosen by Unison Colourpastels as a member of their elite group of artists representing the well-known pastel company here in the USA called AAUC (Associated Artists of Unison Colour).
February 14, 2018
Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist
Robert S. Weinblatt (Born 1954)
“My objective as a contemporary landscape painter is to portray my subject matter in the most-unique as well as emotionally-touching format as possible. My main objective is to convey the spirit and life of my subject to my viewer by use of colour and design and more so to feel what originally moved me to execute the piece.
My process is different for each piece as they are all unique situations that demand a unique approach. My under paintings range from full-on watercolour to oil stains and acrylic shapes that support the pastel that is always the final say in my work.
y style found me as a result of a lot of experimentation and the freedom I've always allowed myself and the ability to translate my emotions to colour, which then allows my viewer to feel what I do.”