Meet the Artist Robert Deyber on his ‘Spring 2011 Tour’

Martin Lawrence Galleries is pleased to welcome the uniquely talented, Robert Deyber to our La Jolla MLG Gallery from 6 to 9 p.m. on June 16. Enjoy and be delighted, challenged or both.

‘Doggie Paddle,’ Robert Deyber

Deyber’s artwork is “full of surprises,” according to the gallery’s website. “Every canvas revels in the artist’s piquant sense of humor, each painting a rendering of a cerebral turn on the common phrase. Despite his offbeat sense of fun, Deyber is a seriously skilled painter. Endlessly intrigued by visual imagining that resides in the surreal realm between reality and fantasy, he is clearly able to render them brilliantly. The artwork is highly narrative in nature, conveying an almost dreamlike quality to the bemused viewer.”

Enjoy the exhibition and be delighted, challenged or both. You will unlikely use language with the same certainty again. Original works on canvas and new handcrafted lithograph releases will be on exhibit and available for acquisition.

The gallery is located at 1111 Prospect St. For information call (858) 551-1122 or go to

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