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          Robert Seabeck started drawing and painting at a young age, working in a representational manner. As a student he was influenced by abstract expressionism. Following the completion of his degrees, he returned to working within the tradition of representationalism. Realism has been a strong direction historically in American art. 

     Robert attended Casper College and graduated undergrad at Univ of CA, Long Beach. He has been the beneficiary of the expertise of many fine teachers. He received his MFA at the University of Wyoming. Over the years, Bob has been represented by several galleries in  Georgia, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming and now is represented by himself.  His work is in museums and private collections. His mainstay has been private commissions and he has many satisfied customers!

There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and begin to imagine what you could have Robert create into your own fine art image. We hope you enjoy the site and that you will take a moment to drop us a line.

Painting titled "Independence Day" in progress

"Independence Day" was my entry in the Buffalo Bill Center of the West auction on September 22, 2018, Cody, Wyoming. I hope you will enjoy watching the process from drawing to the finished oil painting of Josie being decked out for the family 4th of July parade!

Watch a painting in progress!

                     Bear Bully

This is a time lapse video of Bob creating a painting of a grizzly bear stealing the seagulls' hard-earned fish dinner!  

Two Buck Antelope

                   Two Buck Antelope

This is an interview of Bob speaking about his entry for the 2014 Western Vision Show at the National Museum of Art, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Automotive Hall of Fame

                  Bob had a one-man exhibit of his automotive art at the Automotive Hall of Fame, Detroit, Michigan. This is a video montage of the work displayed at the show.

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Robert Seabeck

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