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Screening “Robert, Portrait of an Art-er” By Jessica Vecchione, May 17th 7:30pm Pine Hill Community Ctr, Pine Hill, NY

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Robert is a little known artist and long time resident of Franklin New York. In the late nineties, Robert began constructing fantastic stone castles and keeps from native stone in his small backyard. He has since created amazingly unique works at the homes of several Franklin residents. But, Robert’s artistic interests and instincts go way beyond his stonework in ways that are surprising and very enlightening.

Robert is funded in part by a grant from the New York Council on the Arts’ Decentralization Program, administered in Delaware County by The Roxbury Arts Group.

Robert is an Official Selection at the 2012 Buffalo-Niagara Film Festival and won “Best Documentary Short” at the 2012 DIY Film Festival.

Original Music by: Marc Black and the Lost in the Forest Orchestra
Steve Koester – Two Dark Birds
Laurie & Ira McIntosh

(607) 746-6110

Please like the Robert Page:https://www.facebook.com/pages/Robert-Portrait-of-an-Art-er/197477903668676

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Screening “Robert, Portrait of an Art-er” By Jessica Vecchione, May 17th 7:30pm Pine Hill Community Ctr, Pine Hill, NY

Robert is a little known artist and long time resident of Franklin New York. In the late nineties, Robert began constructing fantastic stone castles and keeps from native stone in his small backyard. He has since created amazingly unique works at the homes of several Franklin residents. But, Robert’s artistic interests and instincts go way beyond his stonework in ways that are surprising and very enlightening.
Robert is funded in part by a grant from the New York Council on the Arts’ Decentralization Program, administered in Delaware County by The Roxbury Arts Group.
Robert is an Official Selection at the 2012 Buffalo-Niagara Film Festival and won “Best Documentary Short” at the 2012 DIY Film Festival.
Original Music by: Marc Black and the Lost in the Forest Orchestra
Steve Koester – Two Dark Birds
Laurie & Ira McIntosh
(607) 746-6110
Please like the Robert Page:https://www.facebook.com/pages/Robert-Portrait-of-an-Art-er/197477903668676

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