More information about artist Robert Vorstman.
Robert Vorstman (1975) creates impressive paintings with his direct and picturesque brushstrokes. He records everyday scenes and encounters in a loose and impressionistic manner, limiting himself to the essence of his subject. A grand visual effect is reached with a minimum amount of detail. Therefore, the eye of the beholder is only drawn to the most important part of the painting. As he is using a very light touch, parts of the canvas remain unpainted. This attracts the attention of the beholder to the picturesque brushstrokes that are leading their own lives as abstractions, as well as, suggesting light and figuration. Robert creates most of his sketches outside and then continues to develop them in his studio.
Robert has exhibited nationally and internationally.