I painted this graphic portrait in a spontaneous fashion. I titled it "The Urbanite" because the eyes look very sophisticated and noble. Perhaps he is a noted public figure in a high society. This piece is on heavyweight paper and will need a frame for display. 

- Robert Erod

The Urbanite

Acrylic painting on paper

Signed on front

24" h x 18" w 
5 lbs. 1 oz.



Robert Erod
Tucson, Arizona

Getting to Know Robert

Robert’s work draws on modernist interpretations of the figure combined with the influences of street art, graphic design, and Keith Haring. Line and shape are paramount in his art, which is often color-blocked in black and white. The flatness of Robert’s compositions is representative of a significant interest in modern art. By reducing the picture plane and eliminating the rendering of form, the artist highlights the physical two-dimensionality of a painting. Robert is based in Tucson, Arizona, where he finds inspiration in fashion and photography.