May 13, 2020 marks the last day of Rob Vetter's New Work Show, the inaugural show in KOBO's Virtual Space. We'd like to take a moment to thank Rob – his show was a reminder of the sublime beauty and appreciation of landscape while we Stay Safe. Thank you, Rob for sharing your art, your vision, your work with us. Stay tuned for our next show: sculptures by Tomoko Suzuki.
From childhood, Rob Vetter admired the ability to summon beauty and the carefree perfection of landscape painters. From the watercolors of Seaview, Washington’s Charles Mulvey, to the California paintings of Russell Chatham, to the entire output of the revered and visionary Canadians, the Group of Seven, Rob was raised on landscapes. If, in his own work, he has eschewed the quest for perfection, Rob still aspires to beauty - and occasionally achieves it, often on a very small scale. Lately, he has focused on scenes from Whatcom and Skagit counties. Rob lives in Bellingham.
KOBO is happy to feature Rob Vetter’s New Work in our new Virtual Art Gallery. Pieces are available for purchase by clicking on the image. Please let us know if you have a question about a specific piece. Shipping is included.