Charles A. Hartman Fine Art is excited to present Open Road,the newest body of work by Oregon-based artist Daniel Robinson. In this exceedingly strong group of paintings, Robinson depicts an American landscape that is both steadfast and beautiful. Precisely rendered, self-confident and wholly lacking in artifice, these works portray an essential strength and resilience that embodies qualities of the American West as well as the best characteristics of our larger cultural experience. Daniel Robinson has been painting for over thirty years. His work is that of a mid-career artist with full mastery of his craft and benefiting from both reflection and experience. His fifth solo exhibition at Hartman Fine Art is not to be missed.
Daniel Robinson was born in Buffalo, New York in 1963. His childhood was marked by moves across the country before his family finally settled in Portland when he was a teenager. Robinson studied at Pacific Northwest College of Art, as well as Portland State University, where he earned a degree in Fine Art in 1991. He has lived in the small town of Fossil in Eastern Oregon for several years. Robinson's first monograph, In Oregon, was published in 2004.