Artist Robert Sauber developed a
passion for art from an early age,
illustrating ads for local stores. He created children’s
filmstrips for Gallaudet University, Washington, DC, teaching
deaf kids how to read. Robert received his B.A. from the
Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles, where he was the first
student in his class to be honored to have a painting in the Art Center
gallery. In New York City, he developed book covers, magazine stories,
and children’s books for companies such as Random House and Simon & Schuster.
Storytelling in paintings has always been his quest to bring out a painted note of humanity
that is in all of us, especially in nature and landscapes, something that reflects you, and you can say, “I want to be there!” .