To all those who gave their lives to protect our freedoms and to those who volunteer for our continued rights and safety.
Feel free to check through it and take a tour of the artwork I am proud to have created over the years.
Here you will find samples of some of the work I have done through the various stages of my life and career. It is a cross-section of work that spans over 30 years and, I believe it is a good representation of my body of work.
I welcome you to check out the artwork I have included here and hope it will do what art is meant to do; inspire, promote emotions and opinions, and provide a bit of entertainment.
Having a lot of fun with acrylics. This combines my love for grain elevators and my awe at the power of the sky and the weather in Alberta.
You can find it on my Acrylics Page.
Thank you to the fine folks at the Centennial Gallery for showing my work earlier this year and thank you to all who came out to the Artist's Reception to suport me and purchase the pieces.
Big Boy Over There
Red Roof Barn
Still some available. Limited edition prints of the 'White Tiger' pen and ink drawing. Offered with mats or on their own, acid-free and suitable for matting and framing. Reasonably priced and ready to add to your collection.
The original pen and ink drawing is hanging in our house byt is also for sale. Feel Free to contact me for details.
You strike a match in the dark. It evokes a sense of warmth, security, light, maybe even joy. It can make you feel a sense of safety and happiness. It can relieve you of a feeling of isolation and fear. It can change your visible environment. Somehow it can make it better and more homey.
But wait -
What if you strike that same match on a dark battlefield? It can promote a sense of fear, anger, danger and even betrayal of those around you.
It can certainly change our environment for the worse, bring the scorn or others around you and bring the wrath of both your friends and enemies. That little match can light a campfire or a forest fire. It is all a matter of perspective.
In my work, I try to produce a sense of awe, acceptance, joy or pleasure. It’s alright if it brings something else, though.
I think that is what art is all about. It can start a conversation and let us view something new that hopefully expands our world even a little bit. You can accept and like it or step back and voice your disapproval.
So, put on your Art Appreciation/Critic hat and watch as I light my match.
If you should wish to contact me to hire my graphic design services, commission a painting or drawing, or even wish to discuss the world of art and design (I love to do that), you may reach me at the email or phone number listed below.
Please be sure to call me between the hours of 8:00 am and 9:30 pm, because I like to sleep too.
Thank you for visiting my website.
Email: Robert Lawes
Disclaimer: The artwork contained within this site in no way indicates that the companies they represent endorse me or my work. It merely indicates that I have created this artwork in the past. All items within this site are under copyright (Yes Copyright) and are the property of Robert Lawes.