Robert Freeman has been showing nationally for over 20 years, and has been included in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the National Center for African American Artists, Boston Public Library, Brown University and DeCordova Museum. His paintings have been featured in exhibitions at Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA.
Known for his vivid and powerful figurative paintings, Robert Freeman has traditionally focused on the interactions between people in his work. Skillful, brave use of color and gesture are the trademark of Freeman's work and make his figures nearly abstract.
robert freeman | about the artist
Watch the video of Robert Freeman talking about his painting, "Talking Drums", which was on exhibit as part of the, "Community of Artists" exhibition at Danforth Art. The "Community of Artists" show ran from June 9 - August 4, 2013.
Watch Robert Freeman speaking about Archiblad Motley's painting, Cocktails, as part of the multi-media African American Artists Tour created by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. You can watch the video of Robert Freeman discussing Color and Composition or download the entire tour from the MFA website.
For additional details please download the, "Robert Freeman Biographical" pdf, which includes information on Robert Freeman's exhibits, works placed in collections and teaching experience.
Watch Robert Freeman describe his creative process in a video from Rochester's WXXI-TV.