Rob Pepper has been exhibiting his artwork worldwide for over a decade. After establishing a studio in Melbourne Australia, he returned to his native England to set up a studio in London's Southwark behind Tate Modern. Since being appointed Vice Principal of London's Art Academy, he spends part of the week teaching in London and part of it making art at his Dorset studio.
Recognised for their elegant, classic appeal, Rob's line drawings hang in frames around the world and in a growing number of public settings, from railway bridges to churches. Recent commissions include capturing the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Flotilla on the River Thames and the Olympic Park for the London Mayor's Legacy List.
Eager to ensure that his work remains accessible to a wide audience, Rob's new collection of contemporary textiles aims to bring fine art into the everyday. Each embroidered piece is a numbered limited edition, handmade in England from 100% pure linen.