Acrylic paint on panel. Signed R. Weaver lower right. A work from the 1960's by REW entitled "Dwelling" looked at the possibility of the ultimate treehouse. In this case REW placed the Armour-Stiner House of Irvington, NY into a man-made tree. Many of REW's works asked the question, “What if?” He would induce his students at the Herron Art Institute to ask the same question. #W61. (private collection)
Acrylic paint on gesso panel.
Graphite pencil on illustration board.
Watercolor on vellum. Another work from 1969 inspired by the first moon landing. This work is pure fantasy Americana.
Graphite pencil on illustration board. (see drawings menu for more information)
Prismacolor on illustration board. REW was working on a fantasy book to be entitled Humanimals. Leaf People was one of the works that blended natural and human elements. REW wrote accompanying texts for each work.
Mixed media, graphite pencil, plastic and foil. 41" x 18.75"
Prismacolor on paper.
Mixed medial on colored paper.