In January 2009, he founded the Teaching Studios of Art on long Island, New York, an art school devoted to teaching traditional techniques to artists of all ages and skill levels. Rob is an artist and writer, he received a BFA from the Boston Museum School and Tufts University and an MFA from the New York Academy of Art. In addition, he continued his study of classical form with private anatomical study with the sculptor Sabin Howard, and also at the Water Street Atelier. He is the recipient of two Posey Fellowships in 1998 and 2000, respectively, and won a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 2007. Zeller has exhibited his artwork in Los Angeles, Houston, and Paris. He has written a book about the Figure for Monacelli Press, called The Figurative Artist's Handbook which was released in April 2017. His latest was the co-curator of The New Baroque, an exhibition at Booth Gallery in NYC from November 2017- January 2018. The show was based on The Figurative Artist's Handbook and featured 21 of the artists included in the book and a couple of others, encompassing contemporary figure painting as well as sculpture.
Works by Rob