Robert W. Hinds

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Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse 23 open edition- Matthews Gallery
Horse 23, open edition
Bronze
6.5 x 3 x 9.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Avian 2- Matthews Gallery
Avian 2
Bronze
18 x 15 x 6.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Avian Keepers 1-3- Matthews Gallery
Avian Keepers 1-3
Bronze
6-8 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Clown 34- Matthews Gallery
Clown 34
Bronze
10 x 6 x 6 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Clown 36- Matthews Gallery
Clown 36
Bronze
7.5 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Feathered Friends 1- Matthews Gallery
Feathered Friends 1
Bronze
21.5 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Feathered Friends 2- Matthews Gallery
Feathered Friends 2 AP
Bronze
5 x 19 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Female Form 2- Matthews Gallery
Female Form 2
Bronze
9 x in
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Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse Rider 5- Matthews Gallery
Horse & Rider 5
Bronze
7.5 x 5 x 2 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse 25- Matthews Gallery
Horse 25
Bronze
4.5 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse 27- Matthews Gallery
Horse 27
Bronze
3.75 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse 3- Matthews Gallery
Horse 3
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5.75 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse 6- Matthews Gallery
Horse 6
Bronze
6 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse 7- Matthews Gallery
Horse 7, A/P-1
Bronze
7 x 8 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- I Love Me- Matthews Gallery
I Love Me
Bronze
9 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Mermaid 1- Matthews Gallery
Mermaid 1
Bronze
12 x 6 x 4 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Minotaur 7- Matthews Gallery
Minotaur 1, 1/12
Bronze
11.5 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Seagull 4- Matthews Gallery
Seagull 4
Bronze
12 x 6 x 3.75 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- The Juggler- Matthews Gallery
The Juggler
Bronze
27.5 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- The Pyramid Builder- Matthews Gallery
The Pyramid Builder
Bronze
12 x 5 x 4.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Oer The Ramparts (green)- Matthews Gallery
O'er The Ramparts (green), 1/12
Bronze
10 x 11 x 3.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Out on a Limb (green) 8-12- Matthews Gallery
Out on a Limb (green), 8/12
Bronze
18.5 x 6 x 5.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Ruts 1-12 (blue)- Matthews Gallery
Ruts, 1/12 (blue)
Bronze
11.5 x 6 x 5.25 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Sanctuary 3-1-12 (blue)- Matthews Gallery
Sanctuary 3, 1/12 (blue)
Bronze
4.5 x 6.75 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Teeter Totter open edition- Matthews Gallery
Teeter Totter, open edition
Bronze
11 x 5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- The Bowl- Matthews Gallery
The Bowl
Bronze
5 x 1.75 x 5.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Threshold- Matthews Gallery
Threshold
Bronze
17 x 5.75 x 4 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Tutu Cobalt- Matthews Gallery
Tutu (Cobalt)
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11 x 6 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Wheelman 2 red- Matthews Gallery
Wheelman 2 (red)
Bronze
8.75 x 8 x 3 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Blah Blah Blah- Matthews Gallery
Blah Blah Blah
Bronze
5.5 x 4 x 3 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse 10- Matthews Gallery
Horse 10
Bronze
3 x 3 x 5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Seagull 2 blue- Matthews Gallery
Seagull 2 (blue), edition 3/25
Bronze
10 x 4 x 3 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Wheelman 1- Matthews Gallery
Wheelman 1, AP 1/1
Bronze
11.5 x 10.25 x 3 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Wheelman 10- Matthews Gallery
Wheelman 10 1/1
Bronze
7 x 10.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Woman 2- Matthews Gallery
Woman 2, 1/12
Bronze
22 x 7 x 4.75 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Identity Crisis- Matthews Gallery
Identity Crisis
Bronze
4 x 5.5 x 3.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- The Viewpoint- Matthews Gallery
Viewpoint 2/25
Bronze
8 x 3.75 in
Robert W.  Hinds Wheelman 2
Wheelman 2
Bronze
8.75 x 8 x 3 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Woman 4A- Matthews Gallery
Woman 4A (Bar)
Bronze
7 x 2.25 x 1.25 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Carousel- Matthews Gallery
Carousel, AP 1/1
Bronze
12.5 x 12 x 9 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse 2 green- Matthews Gallery
Horse 2 (green) edition 1/25
Bronze
8 x 10 x 3.25 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Phoenix 1- Matthews Gallery
Phoenix 1, 3/12
Bronze
9.5 x 3.5 x 2.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Precipitation- Matthews Gallery
Precipitation, 8/12
Bronze
12 x 6 x 5.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Tick Tock- Matthews Gallery
Tick Tock, 2/12
Bronze
10.75 x 4.5 x 3 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Bird Brain- Matthews Gallery
Bird Brain
Bronze
7 x 3.75 x 3.25 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Discus Thrower I- Matthews Gallery
Discus Thrower I, (brown)
Bronze
7.75 x in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse 1- Matthews Gallery
Horse 1, open edition
Bronze
14 x 4 x 6.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Icarus- Matthews Gallery
Icarus, 1/1
Bronze
6 x 4 x 15 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Precipitation- Matthews Gallery
Precipitation, A/P
Bronze
5.5 x 6 x 12 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Reflections 1- Matthews Gallery
Reflections 1, 1/12
Bronze
7 x 3.5 x 11.25 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Sixth Ball- Matthews Gallery
Sixth Ball, 1/1
Bronze
6.25 x 9 x 14 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- The Nun- Matthews Gallery
The Nun, (blue) ,1/12
Bronze
19.5 x 5 x 5.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Three Horse Relief- Matthews Gallery
Three Horse Relief
Bronze
9 x 10 x 7 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Wild Horse Herd 4- Matthews Gallery
Wild Horse Herd (4)
Bronze
4.25 x 8.5 x 4.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Woman 3- Matthews Gallery
Woman 3, 1/12
Bronze
16 x 4.5 x 4 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Woman 4B Doorway- Matthews Gallery
Woman 4B (Doorway)
Bronze
7.5 x 2.5 x 2 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Woman 4C Bath- Matthews Gallery
Woman 4C (Bath)
Bronze
6 x 2.5 x 2.75 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Woman 5- Matthews Gallery
Woman 5
Bronze
14 x 4 x 14 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Charioteer I- Matthews Gallery
Charioteer I, 1/12
Bronze
17 x 5 x 5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Compartments- Matthews Gallery
Compartments A/P 1/1
Bronze
9 x 5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Gladiator 9- Matthews Gallery
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Gladiator I- Matthews Gallery
Gladiator I, 1/12
Bronze
11 x 8 x 3.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse 21- Matthews Gallery
Horse 21, A/P
Bronze
9.5 x 9 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Any Cause- Matthews Gallery
Any Cause
Bronze
6.5 x 4 x 1.25 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Back to Back- Matthews Gallery
Back to Back, 1/25
Bronze
7.5 x 4.5 x 6.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Equestrian- Matthews Gallery
Equestrian, AP 1/1
Bronze
10 x 4.5 x 8.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse And Rider 4- Matthews Gallery
A_P 1_1 (blue)
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Horse And Rider 5- Matthews Gallery
Horse & Rider 5
Bronze
7.5 x 3.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- The Beggar- Matthews Gallery
The Beggar, A/P, 1/1 (red)
Bronze
5 x 7.25 x 2.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Avian 1- Matthews Gallery
Avian 1, 1/1
Bronze
38 x 10 x 10 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Mom- Matthews Gallery
Mom, 1/25
Bronze
8 x 6.5 x 4.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- The Empty Drawer- Matthews Gallery
The Empty Drawer
Bronze
5.5 x 4.25 x 3 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- The Inner Being- Matthews Gallery
The Inner Being
Bronze
8.5 x 5.5 x 4 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W HInds- The Window- Matthews Gallery
The Window, 1/12
Bronze
14.5 x 5 x 7 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Wind Me Up- Matthews Gallery
Wind Me Up
Bronze
6 x 4.5 x 3 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Gladiator 3- Matthews Gallery
Gladiator 3
Bronze
6.5 x 3 x 2 in
Robert W.  Hinds Horse _ Rider 7
Horse & Rider 7
Bronze
6.5 x 3 x 7.5 in
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Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Hello Hello- Matthews Gallery
Hello, Hello
Bronze
8.5 x 4.5 x 3 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Blind Mans Buff- Matthews Gallery
Blind Man's Buff
Bronze
7.5 x 4 x 5.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Crackin Up- Matthews Gallery
Crackin' Up (green)
Bronze
6.5 x 4 x 1 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Equestrian II- Matthews Gallery
Robert W.  Hinds Hello_ Hello
Hello, Hello
Bronze
8.5 x 4 x 2.75 in
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Robert W.  Hinds Bird Brain
Bird Brain
Bronze
7 x 4 x 3 in
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Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- The Passenger- Matthews Gallery
The Passenger, AP 1/1
Bronze
8 x 5 x 8.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Wall 2- Matthews Gallery
Wall 2 AP 1/1
Bronze
8 x 7 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Wall 3- Matthews Gallery
Wall 3 AP
Bronze
10.5 x 7.5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Wheelman 11- Matthews Gallery
Wheelman 11, 1/1
Aluminum
5 x 8.5 x 5 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Wheelman 12- Matthews Gallery
Wheelman 12, 1/1
Aluminum
6.5 x 9 x 6 in
Robert W.  Hinds Robert W Hinds- Both Sides- Matthews Gallery
Both Sides
Bronze
8.5 x 2.5 x 3.75 in
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Robert W.  Hinds

Robert W. Hinds

Robert W. Hinds Description

Sculpture, for Robert Hinds, is his “ticket to ride.” He says, “Form and line, and observation, are the tools of the passage of my self-discovery. The search for whatever I might find. The reward is in the doing. If others can relate to my work, it’s a plus."

After years of studying illustration and a successful graphics career, Hinds found that he was attracted to three dimensional work. He gave up his career to concentrate on sculpture.

Living and traveling in Europe for ten years gave him valuable exposure. He found special value in studying the traditional skills involved in lost wax casting in Italy, creating and working at an art foundry at Bologna.

He also spent some time working for the United Nations in the Caribbean, teaching and directing the production of art and handcrafted objects based on the local ethnic traditions and history in under-developed countries.

Hinds works mainly in bronze. His art is owned by private collectors in the U.S. as well as in England, France, Switzerland, Italy, and the Netherlands.

Check out Hinds' sculptures in our collection.

ARTIST INTERVIEW

From an interview Lawrence Matthews conducted with Robert W. Hinds in 2008.

LM: You began your artistic career as an illustrator. How did you become interested in sculpture?

RH: Well I had to have models for the illustrations and so I made my own. If I needed a cowboy I made him out of clay and drew from that.

LM: Then you gradually stopped doing illustration.

RH: I suddenly stopped – I went to Europe and never came back.

LM: Well, we’re glad to have you here in Santa Fe now. Was there something about Europe that inspired you?

?RH: I got a chance to see what I’d never seen before. All the art in places like Rome and Venice.

LM: Did you live in Italy?

RH: No, I used to go there and have my work cast but I lived in Spain, on the Costa del Sol.

LM: Who were some of the influences on your work?

RH: Well, you go through a growth period as you see different forms of art. I remember when I was an illustrator, for instance, I liked Thomas Hart Benton.

LM: Some people have said they’ve noticed modernist influences on your work, specifically Rene Magritte. Like in the series you did of men in bowler hats.

RH: That’s probably where that series came from. Also, I’ve always wanted my own derby but I’ve never had one.

LM: In some of the work there’s a surrealist feeling.

RH: That’s just the way I personally look at things. I think that way, and I have to consciously tone down that influence in my work so its not overpowering.

LM: You create both large and small sculpture. What’s the major difference working on small pieces as opposed to large pieces?

RH: I do the small pieces in order to see what they might look like larger. Also, I have so many ideas that I want to get them sketched out as it were. Working small allows me to do that. The problem is I’ve done so many small pieces they are everywhere – all over my studio.

LM: Was it difficult to begin sculpting?

RH: Sculpture always seemed out of reach at first.

LM: Why do you say that?

RH: Well it is impractical, especially if you want to eat.

LM: Is that because there is generally a smaller audience that appreciates sculpture?

RH: A lot of people just don’t understand sculpture.

LM: Obviously you overcame your initial concerns about becoming a sculptor.

RH: Well I drew and painted for years but I was never satisfied with it. I wanted to get on the “other side” of the work. I saw all of the “flat” art I made in 3 dimensions. It became a compulsion to turn those paintings and drawings into sculpture. I still wake up at night and I’m already at work, I can’t get back to sleep. I’m so into it I can’t separate myself from it.

LM: Are there some themes that you keep showing up in your work?

RH: Survival. Keep your sanity and survive. Just look at the world and what man is doing to himself. I sometimes think when this planet goes kaput all my work is going with it – it will be buried in the ruble. But it’s interesting, like in Europe, in the ruins, the thing that survives is art.

LM: Aside from the fact that art its what you do and you have devoted a major part of your life to it, why do think art is important??

RH: Art is all that survives, its like writing my name, saying I was here. But I’m not doing it for anyone else. I’m doing it because I have to do it. I’m glad if someone else likes it but I couldn’t get away from it if I tried.

LM: When you look at other artists’ work…?

RH: I don’t!

LM: You don’t want to be influenced?

RH: Exactly. Also, I spent a lot of years looking at art but now I’m too busy working on my own ideas.

LM: What’s a working day like for you?

RH: I work all the time. I have more ideas than I can ever produce so I am literally always in the studio. When my wife and I go out I’m always looking at my watch and wondering when I can get back. To make art you have to be devoted to your work.

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