Following his education in Anthropology, Robert Fiedler's passion for collecting African art developed while touring European museums, galleries and antique shops in 1975. Through associations with tribal art dealers, private collectors and museum groups, he developed an experienced eye for finding quality material. We all collect for our own individual reasons. For Robert, African art combines elements of power, spirituality and aesthetic beauty. The various exotic forms and styles provoke an intimate relationship with the viewer that is intellectually stimulating.
Robert currently owns Gallery Tribal Art which provides authentic, antique African art to seasoned as well as beginning collectors. He maintains an extensive website, www.GalleryTribalArt.com and sells his quality pieces at Intrigue Gallery which he co-owns with his wife, Pamela.
Pamela Frankel Fiedler
Pamela Frankel Fiedler's accomplished figurative work, intentionally devoid of reference to classical mythology and allegory, has a direct contemporary edge. Pamela's paintings with their monochromatic palette, unassuming backgrounds and bold cropping, are emotionally and sensually empowered.
Frankel Fiedler's compelling nudes spark various initial responses including shock, seduction and guilt. Moving beyond depiction of mere physical beauty, her work deliberately portrays the frequently secreted intimacies of human expression.
Private studio tours by appointment. Commissions are welcome. www.FrankelFiedler.com