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Robert Tone Proch “Dance With Uncle Sam” New Mural – Richmond, USA

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June 24, 2014
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Robert Tone Proch is currently in North America where he was invited to paint for the Richmond Mural Project in Virginia.

Robert Tone Proch is currently in North America where he was invited to paint for the Richmond Mural Project in Virginia.
The Polish muralist spent a few days working on this large-scale mural which is entitled “Dance With Uncle Sam”.
Proch’s style is inspired by state-of-the-art animation as much as traditional caricature, and impressionism as much as modernist graffiti. But rather than being gritty or downbeat Robert’s work is dynamic, arresting and often strangely encouraging: he presents an augmented emotional reality that remains pleasing to identify with.
Take a look at more detailed images after the break and then check back with us soon for more updates from RVA.

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