Monthly Archives: July 2013

IN FEAR OF BOMBS – by ROBERT (BOB) SMITH

OPENING NIGHT FRIDAY 23rd AUGUST Plucked from the darkened reaches of a salacious psyche, the scratched pen and ink work of Robert Smith is utterly compelling. The product of a decreasingly addled mind, this libertine collection spirals through Escher-like distortions, surrealism and pop-art schlock, and is streaked with a dark humour that is peppered with rancor. Inspired by Beckinsky, Dali,… Read more →

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IN FEAR OF BOMBS

Plucked from the darkened reaches of a salacious psyche, the scratched pen and ink work of Robert Smith is utterly compelling. The product of a decreasingly addled mind, this libertine collection spirals through Escher-like distortions, surrealism and pop-art schlock, and is streaked with a dark humour that is peppered with rancor. Inspired by Beckinsky, Dali, Zappa, Pink Floyd and The… Read more →