Robert Alan Waltsak is a New Jersey Landscape painter who draws his inspiration from the work of the Hudson River School. The pallette he uses was originally developed by the late Frank Vincent Dumond. Waltsak was born in 1944 in Newark, New Jersey. Mr. Waltsak grew up in Newark and at an early age gravitated to the arts, studying at the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art, The School of Visual Arts in New York, and later at the Ridgewood Art Institute where he remains a popular fixture. Waltsak's award-winning paintings are held in numerous private and corporate collections and have been exhibited at the Hastings on Hudson Museum and at the Ridgewood Juried Art Show. He has been represented by galleries in New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut.The artist currently resides in Little Falls, New Jersey. He is a multiple prize winner at the Hudson River Art Association and the Ridgewood Art Institute.
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