Wednesday, August 3, 2011


Self-taught wild-life painter Bob Eldridge grew up loving birds and mammals found in the wild, which remain at the center of many of his paintings. However, Bob also investigates with his paintbrush historical figures (Jesuit priests in the New World) as well as biographical imaginations (Abraham Brown for the Community Arts Project) and is especially interested in "how much one planned brush stroke can convey."

1 comment:

Boda said...

I just found a oil by Robert Eldridge here in CA today when a lady was cleaning out her shed. I think it's beautiful. It has a scene with a big dark tree with orange/yellow leaves in front of a lake with teal colored trees across the lake and a mountain in the back. Does anyone have any information about this picture? This tree really comes to life in this oil.