Robert Stebleton, “Sleepless Nights”

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Robert Stebleton (Contemporary, American),
“Sleepless Nights,”
Acrylic on Panel.
36″ x 48″.

Price Available upon Request

A common theme in much of Robert Stebleton’s work focuses on the enduring challenge of time and nature. He paints subjects that he sees around him: Midwestern farms that had withstood a century of harsh winters, vintage cars in tranquil wooded settings, slowly rusting and becoming part of the earth. His work is widely collected, even in his early career.

In 1982 Robert packed up his studio and moved to Maine. He was hired at the Maine Maritime Museum as Artist-In-Residence. For the next 19 years he painted coastal Maine. His paintings captured a rapidly disappearing world of wooden boats and the lifestyle of generations of families that had a connection to the sea. This connection deepened with Stebletons most recent move to Ocala, Florida, where he currently resides and maintains a studio.