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Hole in My Shoe

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Craig Robb
Hole in My Shoe, 2016,
Wood, Steel, Acrylic, Stone
17 inx21 inx5 in

$1,200

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Craig Robb
Hole in My Shoe, 2016,
Wood, Steel, Acrylic, Stone
17 inx21 inx5 in

About the piece
These works explore the interaction of the symbolism or their inherent meaning between different groupings of objects. I have always been interested in what ideas or stories that might be concocted by the viewer. How they differ from my interpretations.

About the artist
I have been making art for over twenty years; maybe more than I should have but I can’t seem to stop creating. Since graduating from the University of Colorado at Denver, in 1994, my work has been shown and collected extensively across the US. I work with many different materials but mostly wood, steel and found objects. My work normally revolves around combining formal elements and quality craftsmanship along with objects and materials in an attempt to engage the viewer so that they will look deeper into my art and its content. I try to create works that stimulates and creates conversation. For myself, much of my work is an expression of our influence on our environs and how nature reveals itself even as we try to suppress it. I have been published in Internationale Kunst Heute, Important World Artists, Best of America: Sculpture Artists and International Contemporary Artists.

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CRAIG ROBB



I have been making art for over twenty years; maybe more than I should have but I can’t seem to stop creating. Since graduating from the University of Colorado at Denver, in 1994, my work has been shown and collected extensively across the US. I work with many different materials but mostly wood, steel and found objects. My work normally revolves around combining formal elements and quality craftsmanship along with objects and materials in an attempt to engage the viewer so that they will look deeper into my art and its content. I try to create works that stimulates and creates conversation. For myself, much of my work is an expression of our influence on our environs and how nature reveals itself even as we try to suppress it. I have been published in Internationale Kunst Heute, Important World Artists, Best of America: Sculpture Artists and International Contemporary Artists.