The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present the artwork of Bob Farrell during the month of February.
Of his career Farrell writes: " When I was young, I starting doing lettering and graphics. I designed a few new fonts and I created a lot of designs. When I got older, I started painting with oils. I did abstract and surreal paintings. Dali was a big influence.
While I was going to Jefferson Community College in Watertown, NY, I was the art assistant to Klaus Ebling, art teacher. We did murals for an Irish festival and we went to Milwaukee to compete in a snow sculpting competition. After a year and a half at JCC, I transferred to the School of Visual Arts in NYC for graphic design."
Farrell is a member of the Berwick Art Association, MODspoke, Wrong Brain and Blackbird Studio & Gallery.