2001 Photomosaic mounted on aluminum 40 x 32" edition of 10 60 x 48" edition of 6
Ingeniously breaching the gap between art and science, Robert Silvers’ ubiquitous photomosaics portray familiar images throughout history and contemporary culture, either portraits of well-known personalities, world currency or fascinating renditions of masterpiece paintings.
Silvers invented his craft while still a student at MIT. His intricate works offer a unique optical perspective and have gained world wide acclaim as part of famous art collections such as: AXA Courtage, Coca-Cola, CNN, Disney, Fortune Magazine, IBM, Lucasfilm Ltd., MasterCard International, National Geographic, and Newsweek. His upcoming projects include a 2007 retrospective exhibition at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.. Robert Silvers resides outside Boston, Massachusetts.
AWARDS AND NOTABLE MENTIONS:
The National Gallery in London selected Silvers’ portrait of Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates for
Mastercard’s Photomosaic was awarded First Price for print advertising at the CIMA Awards
Premiere Magazine selected The Truman Show Photomosaic poster as one of the top 50
Photomosaic Jigsaw Puzzles were awarded Puzzle of the Year honors by the Australian
A Photomosaic calendar won Japan’s Minister of Education Prize.
Commissioned portraits of Senator Barry Goldwater, Vice President Al Gore, and H. M. King
Nineteen countries have commissioned Robert Silvers to make collectible stamps.
2006 Robert Silvers – Photomosaics, Scott Richards Contemporary Art; San Francisco, CA