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Mystery and Metaphor
Works by Rob Evans


May 8 - June 5, 2011
Rob Evans' paintings are evocative renditions of a world perhaps more closely allied with dreams than our everday reality. We are pleased to host an exhibition of this accomplished artist's oil paintings as well as drawings and prints, some of which will be available for sale.

Rob is an independent curator as well as an artist, and lives in southeast Pennsylvania. He received a BFA from Syracuse University in 1981 and has been awarded grants from the Ford Foundation, the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the E.D. Foundation, the Eben Demarest Trust and the Pollock-Krasner Foundation.

Rob's meticulous paintings and drawings have been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions. His work can be found in many public collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art; National Gallery of Art; Corcoran Museum of Art; Achenbach Foundation; Davis Museum of Wellesley College; Portland Art Museum; State Museum of Pennsylvania; Noyes Museum of Art; James A. Michener Art Museum; Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art; Lancaster Museum of Art; Allentown Art Museum; and the University of Delaware. His paintings have been featured in numerous books, newspapers and magazines and on public radio and television.

More information:
Artist's site
Video commentary on the works in the show


Indicator, 2000
Pinata, acrylic and oil on prepared paper, 26 x 19 inches
Approach, 2009 Radishes, 1996
Island Seats, 2008
Origins, 2007