Created and Sold by Robert Kantor

Robert Kantor
Art Curation by Robert Kantor seen at Private Residence, West Bloomfield Township - Private Residence
Image credit: Shalom Kantor

Private Residence

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Beautiful Large Menorah

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Robert Kantor

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Making the impossible, possible; the possible, probable; and the probable a reality; finding optimism out of pessimism, believing in egalitarianism; and living the impossible dream define my art.”

My mission to spread optimism trough my art — that the “impossible dream” can be lived and experienced, defies those who would deny the world an opportunity to exist in balance and harmony. Any ability I might have to communicate this and other ideas and emotion through my art is a gift for which I am eternally grateful. I am compelled to share that gift with those who would gain some positive element from their contact with my art.

It is a source of great joy when I experience someone laughing upon viewing a photograph of my Bed in the Park, or when there are tears in the eyes of people who are feeling the hope of my Hope series.

It is my privilege to convert mostly metallic materials into art objects in which the intrinsic nature of cold metal is converted into art forms that communicate the warmth of my optimism and humor (sometimes so subtle as to require a willingness by the observer to participate), or the glow that comes from participating in a balanced life.

When I become possessed by a theme, such as the power of life in my Hope series, it becomes my mission to share my emotional convictions — creating what my mind dictates and my skills allow.

It is my privilege to convert mostly metallic materials into art objects in which the intrinsic nature of cold metal is converted into art forms that communicate the warmth of my optimism and humor (sometimes so subtle as to require a willingness by the observer to participate), or the glow that comes from participating in a balanced life.

When I become possessed by a theme, such as the power of life in my Hope series, it becomes my mission to share my emotional convictions — creating what my mind dictates and my skills allow. I rarely set out to create for any purpose, but rather, my sculpture is created only when the inspiration wells up from its unknown source. As long as that source exists, I will create sculpture.

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