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Lived/Active: Missouri      Known for: western sculpture, Native American figure

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following, submitted August 2005, is from the artist.

Bob Robertson of Hollister, Missouri, began as a production woodcarver at a theme park near Branson, Missouri carving caricatures and Cigar Store Indians. In later years he started carving some realistic concepts in wood and then, because collectors wanted copies of his works in wood, he added bronze editions.

Most of the compositions are of the American West, but at other times new different subject matter are sculpted.

Creating sculpture has been his full-time profession for over thirty years.

National art shows:
The Pepper Tree Show, San Enez, CA.
Sculpture in the Park, Loveland, CO.
Southeast Wildlife Exposition, Charleston. NC.
The Danada Sculpture Show, Chicago, IL.
Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cheyenne, WY.

Biography from Hawthorn Galleries Inc.:
Bob Robertson started out as a production woodcarver in a theme park in Branson, Missouri, and became one of America’s premier wood artists.

Through years of hard work, dedication and extensive study, his original wood sculptures began to get national attention and acclaim.  Only a limited number of these original wood sculptures can be produced, which makes them appeal to the most discriminating of art collectors.

During his twenty-five years as a full time professional artist, the bronze medium has been included in order to meet the supply and demand for his work.  Whatever the subject matter might be, there is always a constant effort to achieve an emotional statement.

While much of his compositions are of the American West, at times new and innovative ideas are essential in the growth of an artist.

Bob’s work can be found in the collections of corporations and museums as well as business and private collectors in the U.S. and overseas.  Featured in newspapers, national art magazines and television, it is showcased in fine art galleries throughout the U.S.

As a Missouri native, Bob chose the creative atmosphere of the beautiful Ozark Mountains in which to live and work.  He has a wife, Ruth and two daughters, Darice and Shelia.  His hobbies are street rods, custom cars and fly fishing for trout.

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