Rod Stribley, an artist born in London in 1938, enjoyed early success with his first exhibition in Paris in 1995. Living in Paris since 1983, he began his career as a watercolor painter before turning to oil painting, then finally to acrylic painting. With over 400 paintings to his credit, Rod Stribley is a prolific artist.
In 2000, he decided to settle on the Island of Ré to devote himself fully to his life as an artist. He opens his art to sailboats, frigates and all beach scenes. The magical colors of his paintings, full of subtlety and refinement, captivate the viewer. To nourish his creativity, Rod Stribley finds his inspiration in both the present and the past, seeking muses to accompany his creations.
Rod Stribley's studio, located in La Flotte en Ré, is the place where he gives life to his artistic universe. His paintings evoke the delicate and refined atmospheres of the 1930s through the 1960s. His meticulous work and subtle color palette are a testament to his dedication to his art. Each work is an invitation to immerse oneself in poetic and enchanting scenes, where the magic of color blends with a refined atmosphere, offering viewers a unique visual experience.