Rob Shaw is a landscape and wildlife artist from Derbyshire. His work is heavily inspired by the North Yorkshire fishing village of Staithes, with his work including the aquatic wildlife inspired 'Crab on Blue' and 'Deep Sea Lobster', and the harbour town inspired 'Red Roof Tiles, Crovie'. We are delighted to offer free worldwide delivery on their paintings.
"Rob's work has a wonderful colourful and textural quality to them, creating a lively element that reflects the charm of his subject matter." Tally, Gallery Assistant.
ScotlandArt’s clientele often remark upon the rich and vibrant colour choices within Shaw's work.
From The Artist
The story of Rob Shaw’s career as an artist is truly incredible. Rob was born in Derbyshire where he was failed for art at school so he didn’t consider his future to be in painting and instead he chose to became an Interior Architect, - “apparently architects don’t need to draw”
Rob studied at Newcastle College and Teesside University and graduated in 1997 with a First-Class Honours Degree. He then went on to pursue a successful career in Interior Architecture both here and abroad. Rob’s parents relocated to North Yorkshire in 1994 and bought a cottage high up on Boulby Cliff, overlooking the fishing village of Staithes. Rob fell in love with this absolutely beautiful village and began to paint it. It’s Staithes which has continued to inspire Rob’s art work no matter where he has lived in the country and that’s where his successful career as a professional artist was born. Rob returned to live in Staithes in 2007 and began to paint full time. Since then Rob has also exhibited large Cityscapes in New York, London and Tokyo and exhibited and sold art work at the Royal Academy in their annual Summer Show.
Until recently Shaw was only selling in 2 galleries in the UK, we are pleased to be exhibiting his work in Glasgow at The ScotlandArt.com Gallery.