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Robert Deyber is a visual raconteur who uses his paintbrush to bring familiar verbal expressions to the canvas in a most entertaining way. His original works are coveted by thousands of collectors across the country and around the globe. Deyber was initially inspired by a devotion to Surrealist geniuses René Magritte and Salvador Dalí, as well as 15th Century Rebus Art Form. The rebus form, a device that utilizes pictures to represent words or part of words, is essentially a picto-language that has held sway over historical cultures including as the ancient Egyptians, Chinese and Europeans.

Deyber's "phrases as images" move the viewer in and out of visual themes and storylines; his colors and light are often contrasted against the landscape and scenery of the legendary artist's surroundings. Deyber delights in creating amusing visual homages to nature, animals, and his sub-conscious.

Robert Deyber is a visual raconteur who uses his paintbrush to bring familiar verbal expressions to the canvas in a most entertaining way. His original works are coveted by thousands of collectors across the country and around the globe. Deyber was initially inspired by a devotion to Surrealist geniuses René Magritte and Salvador Dalí, as well as 15th Century Rebus Art Form. The rebus form, a device that utilizes pictures to represent words or part of words, is essentially a picto-language that has held sway over historical cultures including as the ancient Egyptians, Chinese and Europeans.

Deyber's "phrases as images" move the viewer in and out of visual themes and storylines; his colors and light are often contrasted against the landscape and scenery of the legendary artist's surroundings. Deyber delights in creating amusing visual homages to nature, animals, and his sub-conscious.

Robert Deyber is a visual raconteur who uses his paintbrush to bring familiar verbal expressions to the canvas in a most entertaining way. His original works are coveted by thousands of collectors across the country and around the globe. Deyber was initially inspired by a devotion to Surrealist geniuses René Magritte and Salvador Dalí, as well as 15th Century Rebus Art Form. The rebus form, a device that utilizes pictures to represent words or part of words, is essentially a picto-language that has held sway over historical cultures including as the ancient Egyptians, Chinese and Europeans.

Deyber's "phrases as images" move the viewer in and out of visual themes and storylines; his colors and light are often contrasted against the landscape and scenery of the legendary artist's surroundings. Deyber delights in creating amusing visual homages to nature, animals, and his sub-conscious.

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Martin Lawrence Galleries
13350 Dallas Pkwy.
Dallas, TX 75240
https://martinlawrence.com/blogs/exhibitions/meet-robert-deyber-in-dallas

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