|“Brand New Art” as some writers would have you believe. The Old Masters wanted their work understood explicitly! They didn’t stand off with a smile and say ‘you just don’t understand my art.’ ‘Painting should be self-explanatory,’ he said, ‘While some modern art is good, much of it is phony.’
“Kearfott is an artist whose purpose is not only to capture the likeness of his subject but to achieve a fine painting. Beneath the exterior of the affable man is a dedicated artist intent on the study of human nature, with a keen ability to perceive character and translate it into a portrait.
“In working for perfection, Robert Kearfott creates a distinguished painting, having an intangible and magnetic quality that does interest and hold the attention of the beholder.”