Roberta Seger lives and paints on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Her watercolors communicate an immediacy of place and mood, providing the viewer a glimpse of life on the Chesapeake.
Roberta B. Seger is a graduate of Drexel University with a degree in fine arts. She is a member of the Art Academy Museum in Easton, Maryland, where she currently teaches landscape painting in oils. Through the years she has studied oil painting with Carmin Davis, A.B. Banghardt, Cedric Egli, Bernard Perleman, and watercolors with Martha Hudson. Roberta has attended various professional workshops.
“Not all can be artists, but many more could try. The woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those who sang best.”
Roberta (“Bobbie”) Seger lives with her husband George, and Beau, their English Springer, on the outskirts of Easton, Maryland on the Tred Avon River. They enjoy many recreational opportunities living on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay—sailing, golfing, fishing, gardening and painting. The love of the outdoors has led “Bobbie” toward landscape painting, preferably on location.
“There is so much beauty in this Tidewater area—the rivers, marshes, farms, and charming fishing villages offer unlimited food for the hungry eyes of the artist!”
She feels that anyone could benefit from at least one landscape painting course, just to learn to see all things with a keener sense of observation, a deeper awareness and appreciation of the world around us!