Ichter Studios

Multiple mediums, and styles..... The art of R. John Ichter

R. John Ichter is best known for his brilliantly colored, stylized landscapes in pastel on suede and acrylics on canvas, reverse acrylics on plexiglass, acrylic and resin 3-d koi, watercolors, and abstract oil and acrylics on canvas. His color-saturated landscapes and dragonflies convey his passion for the beauty of nature and his intense abstract works show his depth of imagination and spontaneity.



Acrylics on Canvas NEW

Reverse Acrylics on plexiglass NEW

Acrylic and Resin 3-D Paintings

Abstract oil and acrylics on canvas, and oxidized metal and acrylic on canvas


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Commissioning an original painting
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Installations and Ritz-Carlton commission

10 year anniversary show at Aliya Gallery
Recent travels
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"The Long Goodbye"
40x40 featured in Art and Antiques September 2006

Ichter includes elements in his paintings from different regions of the United States and the world that he has experienced in his travels. All of these elements are transformed by his imagination into works with striking visual impact that are at the same time peaceful.
R. John Ichter’s signature style has been developed over an almost Forty-year career in painting. In all of his work, intense competing colors co-exist harmoniously and create a sense of a lush, vibrant, and idyllic natural world.
Also known as "Bob" to his friends, Ichter's romantic pastels are richly colored and hand-rubbed onto lushly textured black suede archival board. According to Ichter, each piece is designed to evoke a certain time of day and to transport the viewer to another place.  Autumn and dusk are favorite themes, which have been inspired by landscapes from around the world. You may find yourself gazing into the rolling hills of the French countryside, strolling along a windy Normandy beach, exploring a pathway through a North Carolina Blue Ridge forest, gazing at a dragonfly resting upon a patch of waterlillies in Claude Monet's gardens at Giverny or floating along the river Seine. Be it sunrise, sunset or a full moonlit night, you are certain to want to return again and again.

Contact Information
Bob Ichter
499 Moreland Ave
Unit H
Atlanta, Ga 30307

404-584-1335 (h)
404-402-5857 (c)

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