Friday Feature: Rob Croxford

Rob is a full time artist and lives in Toronto. Since 2004, he has shown in over 60 group/solo exhibitions and completed almost 600 works of art! Rob is represented in galleries across Ontario and is part of the City of Toronto Art Collection, and the private collections of Mayor Phyllis Morris, Alex Lifeson, Stuart McLean & Ann Marie MacDonald.

His work can be found in “The Hogtown Project” (a coffee table book about “the best things in Toronto”). This year he was featured in Spacing Magazine, “ The SCA Journal”, & a great profile in “Neighborhood Living”. He was also commissioned by the TV series “Bomb Girls” to produce artwork for their show.

Rob’s vintage-style work is quite playful, mostly clever, slightly twisted, and often has a “pocket-sized” political edge. Rob, as a professional artist/ entertainer/ activist/smarty-pants is always looking for new ways to challenge and amuse!

You can visit Rob’s webpage here for more images and information about his work.

3 thoughts on “Friday Feature: Rob Croxford

  1. Ron Pesowsky says:

    Hi Rob,
    I enjoyed meeting you on Saturday at the Queen and Jackson wart market. Your art drawings of the railway bridge and downtown Hamilton were great. You have much talent and your small box paintings of popular sayings were most creative. Your booth and creations were most inspiring. Hoping to see you at a future event and possibly add to my Hamilton collection of drawings and books. Thanks for coming to Hamilton.
    Cheers, Ron

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