Above:  Robert Riddle Baker at work on his porch studio in New Richmond, Ohio, 2021.

Robert Riddle Baker is the resident artist residing at 310 Washington Hall, New Richmond, Ohio, dividing his time with his home in Huntsville, Alabama.  Mr. Riddle-Baker was born in 1944 in New Richmond and currently is still working although retired.  His art career spans  several decades beginning in high school to the present day.  During his art education period he studied under the well known Cincinnati artist, Robert Fabe.  Working almost exclusively in acrylics, his work includes abstracts, sweeping landscapes, special commissions, etc. His paintings are in several collections in the Alabama and Ohio and the USA area. He has designed award winning sets for theater productions.  He also is a writer, director, costumer and playwright.  His day jobs include being an art broker, antique dealer and appraiser.  Please email him your interests:  bobbaker1962@gmail.com

The slide show represents recent works many derived from plein air expeditions.  Many of these are sold!  Each work is an original and copyrighted work.

310 Washington Hall Antiques & Interiors

Above:  Canyon Study, 24 X 30, Acrylic on foam core.

Left:  Old Alabama Mill, acrylic on canvas, 18 X 24 inches.