Rob Hefferan, Dancing by the Fire 01 Paintings, The amorous game, Part 20 – With Footnotes

Rob Hefferan, (b. 1968)

Dancing by the Fire

Hand Embellished Giclee Canvas

20″ x 28.25″

Private collection

Born in Manchester in 1968, Rob Hefferan, was a true free spirit from the very beginning. Desperate to follow an artistic career he found discouragement round every corner. Ignoring the advice of his elders, he gained a place at university to study for a degree in illustration, but after a year he began to feel constrained by the limitations of the course and decided to go it alone. 

Rob spent a challenging year putting together a portfolio, then set out to find work utilising his design skills in order to finance his dream of being an artist. His exceptional versatility as a designer and illustrator won him a number of major contracts, ranging from high profile advertising campaigns to providing the artwork for childrens books, and he soon found himself in the gratifying position of making a large amount of money from doing something he really enjoyed. Yet he never allowed his considerable success to deflect him from his original aim of becoming a full time artist, and continued to spend much of his spare time painting. More on Rob Hefferan

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Author: zaidangallery

I search Art History for Beautiful works that may, or may not, have a secondary or unexpected story to tell. I then write short summaries that grow from my research. Art work is so much more when its secrets are exposed

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