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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Montefioralle by Robert Reeves
A Bit of London - Featuring Holborn Station by Robert Reeves
Des Moines Skyline #10 by Robert Reeves
East 13th and Locust st Des Moines by Robert Reeves
The Surly Bastard in Paris by Robert L Reeves
Coffee on 5th Ave by Robert Reeves
Crossed by Robert Reeves
Chicago - The River from the East by Robert Reeves
Revisionist History by Robert Reeves
ISU - Jack Trice Stadium by Robert Reeves
Sun Studio - Night by Robert Reeves
Sun Studio - Day by Robert Reeves
Gotham 3 by Robert Reeves
Downtown Chicago from Lincoln Park by Robert Reeves
Impressions of Chicago by Robert Reeves
NYC III Cab Dodging by Robert Reeves
Chicago - Navy Pier by Robert Reeves
Chicago - The Chicago Theater by Robert Reeves
Shadows in the Rain by Robert Reeves
Gotham II by Robert Reeves
The Madonna of the Woodshed by Robert Reeves
The Streets Run with Crimson and Gold by Robert Reeves
The Numbers Man by Robert Reeves
Steb's Amusements by Robert Reeves
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About Robert Reeves
Robert L. Reeves was born in 1970 to a desperate runaway who sold him to gypsies who in turn traded him for a bag of seed corn, some magic beans, and a carton of Kools to a lovely couple from Waterloo, Iowa who raised him as their own. He thus began his life in much the same way he was destined to live it: going several directions at once.
Reeves received a BA in Art with honors from the University of Northern Iowa in 1994 while pursuing interests in film, theater, and music. He has been creating and exhibiting for over 20 years; public art, studio work, and commissions for private individuals as well as small and large businesses.
Drawing from his surroundings and using architectural and figurative themes as a backdrop he employs his understanding color and perspective to render everyday locations and objects from his unique point of view; Seeking to draw the viewer into a setting and illicit a personal re-examination of the familiar.
For the last 11 years Robert has worked and lived in Des Moines, Iowa.