Patrice Rouge

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, but his career in art is a story that is just now unfolding. Raised by French parents in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon.

He committed those images to memory never expecting that they would one day find expression in his paintings. After leaving the U.S., he ventured to Brazil where he would embark on a career as a diamond trader. Rouge was drawn to the rich colors of Brazil, the dense jungle terrain, and the exotic grandeur of the Amazon. He was so enamored of the land that he would spend most of the next four decades living and working in Rio de Janeiro.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, but his career in art is a story that is just now unfolding. Raised by French parents in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon.

He committed those images to memory never expecting that they would one day find expression in his paintings. After leaving the U.S., he ventured to Brazil where he would embark on a career as a diamond trader. Rouge was drawn to the rich colors of Brazil, the dense jungle terrain, and the exotic grandeur of the Amazon. He was so enamored of the land that he would spend most of the next four decades living and working in Rio de Janeiro.

As time passed, Rouge became increasingly aware that there was something lacking in his life. In 2015, he decided it was time to leave the diamond trade and pursue his true calling—painting. Over dinner and wine at an idyllic Provençal restaurant, a friend suggested that he needed to change course in life. That was the moment Patrice realized that he needed to take up painting again as a way of reconnecting to his former passion.

This marked the creative rebirth of Patrice Rouge. Within a year, he had completed several dozen paintings, and he has since poured himself into his art with increasing urgency. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of the Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

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June 16, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 15, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 12, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 11, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 10, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 09, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 08, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 05, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 04, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 03, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 02, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

June 01, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

May 29, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

May 28, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

May 27, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

May 26, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

May 25, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

May 22, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

May 21, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

May 20, 2021 –5pm to 7pm

Canvas to Camera Exhibition

Canvas to Camera is a new, curated exhibition pairing digital artist Robin Austin’s larger-than-life photo mosaic artworks and French artist Patrice Rouge’s masterful abstract drip paintings for a limited time.

The Canvas to Camera exhibition will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., May 14 through June 16.

About the Artists

Robin Austin is an American artist who lives in Florida. He is an iconic photo mosaic storyteller. He invented photo-mosaic photography art and is one of the most highly sought digital artists today,” says Ms. Gardner. “With thousands of images, he creates a visual celebration of the moments captured in time. No two images are alike, and you never look at the same image in the same way twice. Each viewing reveals a facet of the story anew.

Patrice Rouge has always had an artist’s eye, Raised in Grenoble, France, Rouge’s creative instincts were nurtured while attending art school as a teenager. After completing his studies, he was anxious to travel and seek his fortune abroad. First, he traveled to America, where he spent six months exploring the expanses of the southwest—Arizona, New Mexico, Utah—absorbing the colors of the landscape and in particular those of the Grand Canyon. His paintings are a torrential downpour of colors, the blue of the Arizona sky, the intense greens and yellows of Brazilian diamonds, the red of its tourmalines, the gold of imperial topaz.

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