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Winnipeg Canada

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Robert Roy
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Robert Roy - Le grand but
 
Robert Roy - Le temps de vivre
 
Robert Roy - Souveneir olympien
 
Robert Roy - Super héros
 
Robert Roy - Créer l'ambiance
 
Robert Roy - Evasion
 
Robert Roy - Journee amusante
 
Robert Roy - Bouger c'est gagnant
 
Robert Roy - Mon spectacle favorie
 
Robert Roy - Espace intime
 
Robert Roy - Bien-etre, dehors
 
Robert Roy - Passez a l'action
 
Robert Roy - Etre actif
 
Robert Roy - Les voisins
 
Robert Roy - De l'eclat a l'hiver
 
Robert Roy - Les champions sont de retoue
 
Robert Roy - Flamboyant
 
Robert Roy - Lumiere d'hiver
 
Robert Roy - L’illusion d’être pro
 
Robert Roy - Les vedettes
 
Robert Roy - Souviens-toi
 
Robert Roy - L'entraînement
 
Robert Roy - Charme de l'hiver
 
Robert Roy - Beaute d'hiver
 
Robert Roy - Calme et paix
 
Robert Roy - Vive l'hiver!
 
Robert Roy - Une joie à moi
 
Robert Roy - Un bon sport
 
Robert Roy - J'étais très jeune
 
Robert Roy - Québec sous la neige
 
Robert Roy - Souvenir heureux
 
Robert Roy - Souvenir d'un bel hiver
 
Robert Roy - Couleur lumineuse
 
Robert Roy - Nous voilà de retour
 

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Robert Roy was introduced to painting by his father who instilled in him an ever lasting passion for this form of art.

He studied drawing at the University of Québec in Trois-Rivières.

The solid art education base he learned there has let him develop his own and unique style all along the past twenty years.

Although he prefers people as well as the beauty of the human forms (and this can be seen through his streets scenes full of expression and movement), Robert is mad about cows. But, relax! Don’t have a cow! You could see them in the very center of Toronto, Boston or Montreal as well as in his beloved bucolic pastures.

He uses charcoal and ink to capture the subject which becomes full of vibrant oil colors.

Robert describes his style as expressionist. Actually, starting with a figurative approach, he embellishes it with his own very recognizable style of brush strokes and loose treatment of the subject.

Roy’s involvement with painting is largely emotional. His maturity and his experience have resulted in his ability to translate any given subject into his own special “feeling”.