Robert Greene, a Connecticut native, is an alumni of Eastern Connecticut State University where he received his BA in Studio Art in 2006. He received his MFA from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in 2013.
Greene’s work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Huffington Post, Boston Globe, and Architectural Digest. In 2015, his piece Frenetic Composure was featured in the Kips Bay Show House at the Arthur Sachs Mansion in New York City where it quickly sold. Two of his sculptures were included in another New York exhibition, Artists Lend Support, that benefited ALS. Greene’s sculpture is inspired by the condition of the human mind and body, and explores the activity of neuro connections and electrical impulses within all people. This frenetic energy can be seen in the forms he creates. He is also interested in the concept of impermanence as he creates installations in nature inspired by the human form. Greene has been making art from an early age and is driven by the need to “create.” He believes creative potential lies within all people, and strives to instill this notion in his students.