is a self taught painter working in a representational
style. Many of Bob's watercolours and oils are painted
on location in different parts of rural Ontario, the Maritimes
and other locations outside Canada.
Bob has exhibited in group shows in Toronto and London,
Ontario in the 60's. Annual exhibits were held in the
historic Heintzman House in Thornhill through the late
1970's to 80's. In 1984 he was part of a two-man exhibition
in a restored castle in Stia, Italy.
Since 1989, shows have been held at the Whitten Gallery,
King City; Buckingham Fine Art, Markham and Uxbridge;
The Waterleaf Gallery, Richmond Hill and the McKay Art
Centre in Unionville.
Currently Bob's work is shown at: The Ethel Curry Gallery,
Haliburton; Buckingham Fine Art, Uxbridge; BRUSH. The
Distillery District, Toronto and Sign of the Whale, Yarmouth,
Nova Scotia. You can also view his work at www.robertamirault.com
Bob's work is in the collections of corporate and private
collectors in the U.S., Italy and across Canada.
Elected to the Ontario Society of Artists in 1981, Bob
became the 1st Vice-President in 1982. He held that position
for 2 years and was a Director of Society until 1987.
He was invited to join The Canadian Society of Painters
in Watercolours in 1997.