As an artist it's fascinating to discover how others see your work. Thao Chuong is a deep thinker & often brings forward his inner thoughts and poetic words in a unique style of ancient Japanese poetry called Haiku. My joy is that Thao fed his senses on my artistic expressions and made this collaborative effort a very special, meaningful and intriguing exercise that allowed me to view my own work in a completely different light.
In my travels around the world I am always on the lookout for interesting subject matter. As a professional videographer, cameraman and a graphic design graduate of the Ontario College Of Art In Toronto Ontario, I have acquired a large of amount of visual elements that I can later combine and use in interesting ways to express what I felt at the time I captured that perfect moment with my camera. I enjoy searching for new material and can't wait to get back home to explore the new potential that computer technology has brought to creative expression.. All my work is original throughout the combined medias I use and completely hand painted and executed by use of the electronic pen and a wacom tablet. The incredible brushes that can be assigned to this pen can simulate the painting feel and action of watercolor, oils, pastels, you name it but the expression itself is still in the control of the hand and the eye of the creator for the enjoyment of the beholder.
The Zion Cemetery by Bob Salo Published August 16, 2013
True Ontario North by Bob Salo Published August 07, 2013
"Who Dares Question" by Bob Salo Published July 31, 2013
A Book Of Amish Proverbs & Artwork By Bob Salo Published July 22, 2013
The People Of Cuba Published July 19, 2013
beyond all barriers -8x10 Published January 25, 2013
the end is only the beginning 8x10 Published November 13, 2011
the end is only the beginning 13 x11 Published November 13, 2011