Robert S. Hunter is digital printmaker, bookmaker, and art educator who explores narratives that draw on wide-ranging sources, including historical artworks, science fiction, and social / political subject concerns. He maintains an active studio practice and he exhibits his prints and books in national invitational exhibitions and in selected group shows all across the United States and Europe. He is a member of the Boston Printmakers Guild (Boston MA) and a member of the Washington Print Club. His work is in the collections of Arkansas University, Purdue University, East Tennessee State University, as well as in the Kathy Caraccio Fine Art Print Collection and in many private collections in the United States and in Europe.
Robert S. Hunter has received many honors throughout his career including a Professional Artist Fellowship from Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, a Fellowship Residency Award from the Vermont Studio School, and a Presidential Citation for Teaching Excellence from the Governors School of the Arts at Radford University. He was also selected as one of lNG's unsung heroes of American Public Education, and he was invited to be a member of the Teacher's Institute of Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago. He also was honored by The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation as an individual who makes a difference in student achievement by focusing on “The Power of Art’’.