Robert A. Nelson’s latest exhibit, ‘Animals,’ shows the artist has only gotten better with age | Entertainment


Robert A. Nelson and his spouse, Louise, stay on a quiet farm in the mountains of Lakeside, Oregon, with canine, cats, horses, donkeys, gun-toting dinosaurs, astronaut rhinos and axe-wielding frogs. Some of those animals stay in the couple’s barn, and others come to life at Nelson’s drawing desk.

At 96 years outdated, Nelson, a former Millersville University artwork professor, says he works on daily basis for at the very least eight hours. He says his limitless provide of concepts is each a supply of pleasure and panic.