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Rob Corsetti

Rob Corsetti

Farmington, UT

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I create because the very act keeps me alive, it is what awakens my soul, inspires me to make the world a better place it brings me closer to God. I am involved in many forms of visual communication, bringing ideas to life communicating to others. Originally trained as a graphic designer back when it was called commercial art, I love creating a brochure or logo as much as I do a painting. Both are designed to capturing the audiences’ attention, tell a story, provoke emotions, and excite the viewer into action, cut through the clutter and get noticed. Art needs to resonate with its audience, people will remember places and scenes that they connect with, and this connection comes from how they feel.

I work with my hands, heart, and mind to motivate and inspire those around me to be successful and believe in the possibility to achieve something great. Hard work, enthusiasm, dependability, and dedication are values that bring people together and create success.
Ideas are my stock and trade. Energy and insight create the catalyst for communication.
This is the process of Breaking Through.

It was in the corporate world that I earned attention through my work on logos, marketing campaigns, packaging and exhibit designs, as well as illustrating books, novel-jackets and commissioned fine art for national and international accounts.
I enjoy commissioned work because it pushes me to try new things, new styles and it is exciting and challenging to bring someone else’s vision to life. I work in a diverse range of mediums, sculpture, chalks, watercolor, acrylic, and oils as well as digital depending on what the vision is. My choice of subject matter is diverse ranging from wildlife, and landscapes to still lifes and portraits. My process is probably like most artist, to have an idea, sketch it out, compose it, re-sketch it, and then start throwing paint until it is right or you just can’t work on it anymore.
Art is supposed to uplift and give people new experiences. I find it very rewarding to create art that is enjoyed by others. It is made to be shared.

Thanks for your consideration and review.

P.S Please do not hesitate to reach out. We can talk about work, art, life, ideas or a commission call at 801 698-4469


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Watch bone fish painting- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPxzzYes1go

 

Leopard Attack by Rob Corsetti

 

Buck Off by Rob Corsetti

 

Legendary Archer by Rob Corsetti

 

Legendary Viking by Rob Corsetti

 

Legendary Pirate by Rob Corsetti

 

Jesus Rocks by Rob Corsetti

 

Jesus Reads by Rob Corsetti

 

Manti Temple by Rob Corsetti

 

Manti temple tall by Rob Corsetti

 

Bountiful Temple in the mountains by Rob Corsetti

 

Father and son fishing by Rob Corsetti

 

Canadian Geese by Rob Corsetti

 

red barn by Rob Corsetti

 

Lone Tree Struggle by Rob Corsetti

 

Cat Stretch by Rob Corsetti

 

2 bad duga boys by Rob Corsetti

 

Craven Moose by Rob Corsetti

 

yellow headed black bird by Rob Corsetti

 

Yellowstone Bison by Rob Corsetti

 

meadow music by Rob Corsetti

 

Buck Rub by Rob Corsetti

 

Startled Morning by Rob Corsetti

 

Deer crossing by Rob Corsetti

 

Spring Fawn by Rob Corsetti

 

Wolf Run by Rob Corsetti

 

Black max by Rob Corsetti

 

coyote run by Rob Corsetti

 

coyote run with boarder by Rob Corsetti

 

Lost and found rabbit by Rob Corsetti

 

BBBad boy by Rob Corsetti

 

Zebra by Rob Corsetti

 

Impala by Rob Corsetti

 

Oryx by Rob Corsetti

 

Lily Pond by Rob Corsetti

 

Elk Call by Rob Corsetti

 

blue jay by Rob Corsetti

 

Watching the Field by Rob Corsetti

 

mourning dove desert sands by Rob Corsetti

 

Reed Gatherer by Rob Corsetti

 

Morning Walk by Rob Corsetti

 

Rain Dancer by Rob Corsetti

 

Maiden Basket by Rob Corsetti

 

the Battle by Rob Corsetti

 

Counseling Warriors by Rob Corsetti

 

Hiding In the lake by Rob Corsetti

 

The Call by Rob Corsetti

 

Drum Story Elders Teaching by Rob Corsetti

 

Teaching The tribe by Rob Corsetti