Robert McFate of Cincinnati, OH uses found, natural, and re-purposed material to create work inspired by Blake’s line, “But he who kisses the joy as it flies, lives in Eternity’s sunrise.” The works below were originally developed for the exhibit INNCE/EXPCE. Curated by Keith Banner, this exhibit ran from June 28th to August 10th, 2013 at Thunder-Sky Gallery, Inc., in Cincinnati, OH.

Robert McFate at the Blake in the Heartland exhibit reception.
Robert McFate at the Blake in the Heartland exhibit reception.

 

Robert McFate's Earth's Answer.
Robert McFate’s Earth’s Answer

 

Robert McFate's Chimney Sweeper.
Robert McFate’s Chimney Sweeper

 

Robert McFate’s Words

 

Robert McFate’s To Tirzah

 

Emily Brandehoff's and Robert McFate's London.
Emily Brandehoff’s and Robert McFate’s London

 

 

Robert McFate's Introduction.
Robert McFate’s Introduction

 

Robert McFate's The Fly
Robert McFate’s The Fly

 

Robert McFate's Holy Thursday.
Robert McFate’s Holy Thursday

 

Robert McFate's Human Abstract.
Robert McFate’s Human Abstract

 

Robert McFate's The Sick Rose
Robert McFate’s The Sick Rose

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