Robert Deyber to Debut "Animals on Parade"

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Renowned artist and visual raconteur, Robert Deyber, will be visiting five Martin Lawrence Galleries in February and March of 2011. The artist is delighted that he will be present as the galleries unveil a new series of lithographic prints featuring animals as well as his latest originals works on canvas.

Martin Lawrence Galleries encourages you to come out and see the "Animals on Parade" this winter. Join us for fun-filled evenings as we introduce you to artist and renowned ‘visual raconteur’, Robert Deyber. Based on an ever- increasing demand for Mr. Deyber’s humorous and intriguing works of art, he will visit five Martin Lawrence Galleries in February and March of 2011. This series of shows will mark the beginning of what will be two series of exhibitions at Martin Lawrence Galleries in 2011.

The dates and venues for current exhibitions are as follows:

Thursday, February 3rd - 469 West Broadway, New York City (Soho) - 7-9 pm
Friday, February 4th - 77 Newbury Street, Boston, MA - 6-8 pm
Friday, February 11th - 13550 Dallas Parkway, Dallas Galleria, Dallas, TX -6-8 pm
Saturday, February 12th - 433 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA - 7-9 pm
Friday/Saturday March 4th & 5th - 790 Front Street, Lahaina, (Maui) Hawaii - 7-9 pm

The second series of shows will take place this summer in Oak Brook (Chicago), IL, La Jolla & Newport, CA.

A brilliant new collection of acrylic on canvas paintings as well as the latest series of hand-crafted lithographs featuring some very captivating animals will be available for acquisition. Martin Lawrence art consultants are cheerfully commenting that those who attend the shows will get to join in the fun of trying to out-guess others at the artist’s wittily titled images as well as personally speak to a fascinating artist who considers René Magritte among his heroes. They have also noted that Mr. Deyber will also be delighted to dedicate purchased works of art for collectors.

Robert Deyber, who hails from Litchfield, CT, is often called a “storyteller with a paintbrush” because his works represent visual turns of a phrase. While amusing and sometimes irreverent, they also contain artistic roots that hail from the more serious Surrealist art movement and the Hudson River School of the 19th century.

Martin Lawrence Galleries is proud to offer the finest quality artworks while maintaining the highest level of integrity and ethical standards in service to their clients. Over the last fifteen years, we have loaned two hundred fifty artworks to over thirty museums world-wide.

For more information about Robert Deyber, Animals on Parade, Robert Deyber artwork, the 131 page color book Robert Deyber, A Language All his Own or any of the fine art offerings at Martin Lawrence Galleries, please visit Follow us on Twitter at

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