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Robert Ferrucci

"I may never stop painting all the styles that I have worked on before but will always look for something new. I believe it has a lot to do with what I read and what I study in life that brings me to a new place. It happens to come out in my art and is a true expression of myself and how it all looks to me now. A spiritual path for some people is a tell-all thing. For me, my growth is a little more private. But learning about myself and changing my beliefs because of growth and maturity has helped me to see the importance of things, and that knowledge makes it easier to take on your own challenges. "

If you know Bob or have followed his art, you know a person who is always searching, always looking for a better way. He has grown in the world of art because he has little fear of working with new and different ideas. Over the years, his subjects, techniques, and pallet have changed. His new work is his boldest effort ever. He is influenced by years of formal education, a lifetime of painting experience, and ongoing experimentation. He studied at the New York City Art Student’s League and Pan American Art School in Manhattan. While working in the graphic art and publishing industry, he also painted for galleries and private commissions. Bob later studied with Gilbert Stone, a prominent illustrator and professor at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. Bob’s paintings are in many important collections, and he has received numerous awards.

The paintings are filled with emotion and colors that range from muted to bright full and splashing. Most of the work is mixed media with the use of acrylic, oil pastel, tissue, and layers and layers of tinting. The tinting is done flat to give it time to dry without dripping, but most of the work is on the easel helping to bring out areas and push things in a distant soft space with lots of brush work to define areas and shapes. Bob feels as if his stylized barns and love of farms and field may never change, but his intensity to find new ways to express them keeps evolving. He sees it from a spiritual personal growth perspective as a path to a higher ideal. Be still, be mindful, be grateful.

 

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Lark Rise
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
Northern Hudson
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
Birch Tree Pond
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
Hidden River
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
Birch Tree Farm
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
First Snow
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
Craig Hill
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
River Bend Farm
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
Barnyard
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
River Camp
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
Cardinal and Barns
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
River Valley
Giclee Print

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Quiet Valley
Giclee Print

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Lakewood
Giclee Print

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Alyssa
Giclee Print

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Ball Pond
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390
Skyler River Bend
Giclee Print

$ 125 - $ 390