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Rob Evans is an artist and independent curator who lives and works near Wrightsville, PA. Evans’ enigmatic paintings and drawings can be found in more than two dozen prominent public collections across the nation including the Metropolitan Museum of Art; National Gallery of Art; Corcoran Museum of Art; Library of Congress; San Francisco Art Museums; Baltimore Museum of Art; and the Portland (OR) Art Museum among others. His paintings have been featured in numerous books, newspapers and
Artist Style: Visual: Contemporary, Dream Imagery/Ethereal, Figurative, Land/Cityscape, Narrative/Historical, Nature/Wildlife, Portraiture, Realism, Representational, Social Commentary, Still Life, Surrealistic, Symbolic
Artist Medium: Visual Arts: Acrylic, Drawing Media, Oil, Watercolor
NFTs have enabled me to explore new aspects and a time dimension in my work through utilizing animation, digital painting and digital collage of bits and pieces from existing paintings. With this particular work it has also allowed me to push the boundaries of the artist/owner relationship in a pioneering way. March Dig NFT is a chameleon-like digital interpretation of my graphite drawing March Dig and consists of multiple hand-drawn layers which can be turned off/on by each successive owner\'s genetic informatics from 23&Me. Shown here is an animated GIF switching back and forth between the original March Dig NFT image and an image showing examples of various types of symbollic transitional changes unlocked by an owner\'s specific DNA sequences