The Secret II Artwork by Robert W Firestone

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The Secret II

Robert W Firestone

United States

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Size: 30 W x 42 H x 1 D in

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As a psychologist, I have always been inspired to create artworks of people, expressing feelings and emotions. This piece is called "The Secret", an intimate moment between a man and woman, it's your imagination that decides what they are whispering. My work is available on several mediums; aluminum, plexiglass, paper and canvas. Limited Edition of 25 Signed by Artist, Letter of Authenticity provided

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New Media:Digital on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:30 W x 42 H x 1 D in

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Robert W. Firestone was born in 1930 in Brooklyn, New York. In 1946, at the age of 16, he enrolled at the University of Syracuse and in 1951 graduated from the University of Berkley. After which he began to paint and immediately revealed, along with his interest in psychology, a strong and persistent passion for art. During this period, he executed a series of landscapes seen in the course of his travels, as well as, while treating patients at the limits of emotional suffering, he completed numerous portraits of friends, patients and colleagues in a style which can be defined as "humanitarian expressionism". As a clinical psychologist, author and psychotherapist, I have devoted myself to helping people face their personal demons, know themselves and triumph over their psychological pain and suffering. As an artist, I have attempted to live a creative life, searching and striving for meaning and beauty. Working with the computer as a creative instrument, I have attempted to invent something feelingful, sensitive and beautiful out of an unfeeling machine. As an artist, I wish to inspire a deep feeling for people as well as an appreciation for aesthetics. In both fields, I aspire to make an important contribution to people's appreciation of life and personal fulfillment.