Peach Tree
Serigraph
$230 framed
Musquodoboit Valley
at Gibraltar
Serigraph
$140 framed
Cape North
Serigraph
$370 framed • $220.unframed
 
       
 
       
Tantramar
Serigraph
$370 framed • $220.unframed
Waterfowl Walk
Serigraph 3/45
$240 framed • $170.unframed
Road to the Shore
serigraph 5/35
$370. framed • $220. unframed
 
       
 
       
Cherry Hill Beach
Serigraph
$370 framed • $220.unframed
Kingsport
Serigraph 6/40
$370 framed • $220.unframed
Road to Dunvegan
Serigraph 25/45
$370 framed • $220.unframed
 
       
 
       
Triumph in the Hall
Serigraph 8/45
$230 framed • $150.unframed
Morris in the Kitchen
Serigraph 15/55
$230 framed • $150.unframed
 
Clam Harbour Beach
Serigraph 6/40
$370 framed • $220.unframed
 
       
 
       
Appin Road, PEI
Serigraph 5/25
$370 framed • $220.unframed
Blue Rock Sheds
Serigraph 12/50
$370 framed
Seven Skips to Keji
Serigraph 10/45
$350 framed
 
       
 
     
Mahoney's Beach
Serigraph
$370 framed
Peggy's Point
Serigraph 6/50
$370 framed • $220.unframed
The Look Off
Serigraph 17/45
$220. unframed•$370. framed
 

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Robert Rutherford

Robert Rutherford was born and raised in Ontario. He studied with David Blackwood at Trinity College School, at the Banff School of Fine Arts, at L’Ecole des Beaux Arts d’Avignon, France, and at the Ontario College of Art. In the mid 1970’s, Robert moved to the Atlantic region where he continues to live and explore coves and ports. It is from these landscapes that Robert creates his art. He has developed his skill as a serigraph printmaker in unique ways. His manipulation of the screens often create visual textures and shadings not always found in serigraphs.

Robert enjoys a playful nature and his works reflect that inquisitiveness. Movement plays an important role in many of his works; the path of a water current, the roll of a cloud or a Viking ship sailing through the sky. He says of his method, “Several times each year, I pack my seventeen year old classic motorcycle with camping gear and explore part of Atlantic Canada. When a good subject shows up, I find a quiet hill and draw for two or three hours. No photographs. The image is translated in the oldest, most direct language of symbols.” Robert challenges us to look around at the land and sea that is so familiar, and then helps us to realize it in a new way.

Robert Rutherford’s paintings and prints have exhibited in solo and group exhibitions throughout Central and Eastern Canada. His work is found in collections such as; Saint Mary’s University, Burnaby Art Gallery, Royal Military College, Imperial Oil Co., and Parks Canada.