Robert Strini

May 13, 2020

War Machine – 2019

War Machine is an expression of the needless expenditures of both life and money by our government’s war efforts. Through fear and intimidation, so many have suffered for the profit of a few. War Machine expresses the manipulation of the poor for the benefit of the rich.

War Machine was first exhibited at Second Street Gallery in Charlottesville, Virginia on April 5, 2019.

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March 2, 2019

Robert Strini’s Sculpture

Two group shows Friday April 5, 2019

Welcome Gallery, 114 3 rd. st. NE, opening 5:00-7:00

2nd. Street Gallery, 115 2nd. st.SE, opening 5:30-7:30

Charlottesville, VA




tripod copy jpg


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October 4, 2015

Benita’s Table

I just finished a table for my youngest daughter, Benita.  400 lbs. of steel, bronze and wood. The glass top is 55 in x 19 in x 3/4 in thick and weighs 100 lbs.

This was a complete surprise and we had an unveiling at Focus Gallery in Scottsville, VA. Benita was surprised. As an Artist these are the pieces I am most excited about.

Robert Strini  2015


recent works benita's table


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March 17, 2015

Robert Strini sculpture piece removed from crate after 41 years.

In my new building which I built after my fire, I have decided to use it as a exhibition space for my art. I have a small barn about 300 yards from this space that I use for construction of my sculpture.

I wanted to exhibit some old sculpture so I opened a crate after 41 years and was surprised at what I saw. This is Sherdian Piece, built in 1973 at a work shop in Canada.  I love this piece and it was in remarkable shape.  Made of laminated ash, oak and maple, the piece is in good shape with no cracks or separations in the wood.  During this time I built good crates to house my work. Let me know your thoughts.

Thank You, Robert Strini


wood sheridan piece


wood sheridan piece back


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February 28, 2015

Two new tri-pod pieces finished in new studio

I just finished these two pieces that I am excited about. Both are tri-pod pieces, one with a red wheel and one with a green wheel. Let me know your thoughts.

Thank You   Robert


green wheel tri-pod


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February 20, 2015


When the painter Andre’ Durain was on his deathbed, Giacometti, the sculptor, came to his side and asked if there was anything he could get his good friend. Andre’ looked up and said, “a bicycle and a piece of blue sky.”

Bicycle is 10 ft. wide x 6.5 ft. tall and 3 ft. deep.

All the black is steel and the fender shape is covered in sheet lead. Two piano legs are under the blue sphere. Both the sphere and ring are wood painted. I love this piece.


recent bicycle

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December 9, 2012

Robert Strini exhibits New piece at Chroma Projects for the Arts

                                                      The Package
                             Loss of something you care for and how
                             you deal with it is what this piece is about.
                             The I -beam,  a symbol of strength supports
                             the weight of all the memories of the loss.
                             The mattress becomes the final resting place
                             of these memories. Other objects are simply 
                             references to specific moments you had with
                             your loss. Finally the marble X, marks the
                             spot, the end, and the moment of letting go.


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April 21, 2012

Robert Strini to exhibit old piece from the past at Chroma Project for the Arts

This piece will be on view during the month of May. Opening First Friday, May 4th. 5:00 to 8:00 pm., 418 Main Street on the mall.


mixed materials hunting-trip

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October 7, 2011

Self Portraits by Robert Strini at Chroma Projects for the Arts

Three self portraits are on view at Chroma Projects Art Laboratory Opening October 14. These are sketches of ideas or questions that I am interested in. Please come and have a look. 418 East Main, on the mall, Charlottesville, VA.


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