Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The Art of Robert Bailey

"The Portrait" has presented Robert's profile and work in the past and this one is a response to a video sent our way from his son Michael.  I posted it in the Art Announcements page which can be accessed beneath the Blog's header picture.

Robert is a prodigous painter and he's an outstanding graphic artist.  He is recently in the employ of George Lucas for the next edition of Star Wars.  When I viewed this video, its pretty evident that Robert has a real love of portrait work, and painting active aircraft and military action paintings.  He is adept with both pencil and brush work.

If you want to sneak a peak into his studio, I would suggest you look at the video of his house which is up for sale in Stoney Plain Alberta.  Please click here.

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