Heartbreak Harbor

Mixed Media Painting — varnished and lightly sanded layers of oil, acrylic, watercolor, oil pastel, chalk on masonite panel)

"Hell flew in through a languid Sunday dawn. Then whining terror turned sultry seas to fields of fire. And waves at war played mumbly-peg with countless souls who dreamed no more. It was December. And it was 1941."

[NOTE: All of Rob's paintings are finished with a crystal-clear, high gloss glaze that, when coupled with the many layers of pigment over clear varnish, give each piece an unsurpassed depth of clarity and dimension. This exceptional glass-like depth is somewhat hard to perceive in the thumbnails provided on your screen].