Andrew Robert’s rich and gestural paintings depict diverse landscapes across the UK and Europe. Painted plein-air, and always in square format, the works take on the physicality of their subjects through rich impasto surfaces, dynamic glazing techniques, and romantic, opulent palettes. They become a visual onomatopoeia for the landscape, captivating viewers and transporting them to another place and time. For the artist, the paintings provide direct associations with experiences, triggering memories about the context in which they were created; these experiences are referenced in the anecdotal titles of respective works, from “Tartan Blanket” to “Terrible Bike Riding”. Seemingly ambiguous, these titles offer intimate, literary narratives - a glimpse into the artist’s creative, and human experience.