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Artist Bio

     Benjamin Drobig moved back to Kitchener, Ontario, Canada with a new interest in carpentry after attending a short carpentry course with SIRCH not long after a fine arts undergrad at HSAD (Haliburton School of Arts and Design).  He was in the VCAD Program (Visual Creative Art Diploma) & Took the Drawing + Painting certificate.


     Drobig is an emerging artist that started working in 2015  to work out of a depression. He graduated from Jacob Hespler Secondary School with a Specialist High Skills Major) for Arts & Culture and received the “Pallet Award” 2018 – 2019. Drobig has exhibited his work in many locations across Kitchenr, Waterloo & Cambridge including the The 2019 Brant Colours Plein-air painting event, The 2019 New Hamburg Art Tour,. Drobig had his first solo exhibit “Split Visions” in 2019 at Freedom Café in Kitchener, Ontario.


     During His college years in Haliburton, Ontario he exhibited with some of his pears at "LIMBIC Collective" created by Poet Ever and submitted some work to the "Works on Paper" callout from "Colborne Street Gallery". He later worked as a carpenter just after graduating but it did not go to well so he is experimenting with furniture making. 

     Drobig is always working on honing his skills and developing new ones. He plans to improve with carpentry, continue to show his craft in public spaces. Drobig plans to crate work with reclamed wood and anything he can get his hands on.

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