Robert Deyber Does It Again... A shot of whiskey, some bed sheets and an older woman.

New York City, Ny, New York, UNITED STATES

GREENWICH, Conn., March 30, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Martin Lawrence Galleries presents an exciting collection of new (2016) works of art by Robert Deyber. These clever and superbly painted images are a testament to Deyber's interesting and unpredictable perspective on art. His impeccable use of light, contrasting colors and cheeky themes are sure to make you either think, blush, or both... and they will certainly make you smile. The collection runs the gamut, from flawless landscapes with tongue-in-cheek undertones to nature- themed imagery interpreting daily life. Although known for playing with double entendre, Deyber continues to create works that are aesthetically pleasing, always staying true to the skill.

Deyber's latest works confirm his place as an undeniably skilled painter with a wild imagination that takes you along on the ride. Drawing on influences ranging from Surrealism and Impressionism to Pop Art, he uses everyday idioms and clichés and a keen sense of subtlety to tell his stories. His latest works pay homage to James McNeill Whistler's iconic and revered portrait of motherhood, fondly called 'Whistler's Mother'. Another new Deyber pays tribute to American painter Andrew Wyeth's 'Christina's World' one of the most important pieces of 20th Century American Art.

Join Martin Lawrence Galleries for an exclusive first look at Robert Deyber's most recent original paintings and lithographs. Be the first to see and acquire his unique and playful collection. Meet the artist and spend an evening learning more about what inspires him, moves him, ticks him off and what he's planning next. Artist Receptions are as follows:

Dallas, Thursday, April 7, 2016 6:00 pm
Galleria Dallas, 13350 Dallas, Parkway Dallas, TX RSVP 972.546.2988

New Orleans, Saturday, April 9, 2016 6:00 pm
433 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA RSVP 504.299.9055

"The Passion I have for art is unlike anything I have ever experienced so far in my life. I feel so fortunate to be able to do the thing I love each and every day." – Robert Deyber 

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