Robert Bingaman


Robert Josiah Bingaman (given birth to November 4, 1981) can be an American designer given birth to in Wichita, Kansas and currently living and employed in Kansas Town, Missouri. Raised inside a semi-suburban midwestern environment, his function consistently reflects many areas of his upbringing, like the suburban panorama, the sweetness of character, and well-known American structures and design, aswell as his own private moves. Bingaman also intentionally relates his function to American and Western literary sources such as for example Cormac McCarthy, David Foster Wallace, and W.G. Sebald, respectively. Bingaman is definitely displayed by Haw Modern in Kansas Town, Missouri. His function includes large-scale paintings and functions on paper.


Bingaman received a Bachelor of Great Arts in Painting in the School of Kansas in 2005 and a Professional of Great Arts in Visual Artwork in the Sam Fox College of Style & Visible Arts at Washington School in St. Louis in 2007.


In 2014, selections from "Evening Pools", a continuing group of paintings, were shown in his initial one-person museum present on the Nerman Museum of Modern Artwork in Overland Recreation area, Kansas. Recently, he extended upon the pool theme with large-scale paintings for "Until It's WHATEVER YOU Discover", a single exhibition at Studios Inc, within a three-year residency plan in Kansas Town. In Sept 2016, he debuted a fresh body of function, "Memorial", at Haw Modern, in Kansas Town, Missouri. His function has been proven in a variety of group exhibitions over the United States.

Public Collections

The Art of Emprise, Emprise Lender, Wichita, Kansas Inergy, Kansas Town, Missouri KPMG, Kansas Town, Missouri Lockton, Kansas Town, Missouri The University or college of Kansas College of Business, Lawrence, Kansas Nerman Museum of Modern Art, Overland Recreation area, Kansas


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