Welcome to the official web site for artist Robert Blehert.
As you can see from the images above, Robert Blehert’s artwork is multi-styled, and the following are just a few of the many descriptions that are very fitting to his individual pieces: impressionistic, realistic, wild, dynamic, rich, subtle, vibrant, soft, romantic, action, quiet, touching . . . and so many more. Robert is a Seattle artist who uses painting with beautiful themes, colors and vision. Unlike many artists, it’s hard to say – “That’s a Blehert!” on many of his pieces. You certainly can’t view one of his paintings, and find it looking like the rest of his body of work. What is the same are the color, feeling and communication which flows through all of them. He can paint the ordinary, the beautiful, the spectacular, and even the mundane – and make it a masterpiece that can capture your imagination.
Enjoy the art as you browse his different galleries on this web site. When you click on any of the smaller images of paintings, a new window will come up displaying a larger image of that painting. To return to the main gallery of images, simply click out of that window.
Contact the artist, whether by phone (1-877-230-6811) or by e-mail: email@example.com – he would love to hear from you!
“A New Spin” textured acrylic on canvas, 24 X 36 inches.
See it on June 19th at the Twins Fan HQ store in the Ridgedale Shopping Mall Minneapolis, MN.
Painting signed by Jose Berrios is now available at the Fan HQ Store in the Ridgedale Mall, MN!
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e-mail: info@RobertBlehert.com 1-877-230-6811
For more info about Robert’s floral portraits, click here:www.FlowersOfYou.com
NOTICE: If you are interested in purchasing an original painting, please contact us!.
Please inquire for more information: info@RobertBlehert.com
Real Salt Lake distribute 20,000 posters on August 24, 2013.
“The Real Deal”
Original painting – textured acrylic on canvas
40″ x 30″
Mets distribute 25,000 posters of Blehert’s artwork of Mr. Met