Robert Fehre (b. 1993) is an American photographer and artist who works with photography, sculpture, painting and drawing. He was born in Turnersville, New Jersey, a suburb of Philadelphia and raised in Deptford Township, New Jersey and Rotonda West, Florida. His ancestors were lithographers from Dresden, Germany who emigrated to New York City in the early 1900’s. He is also of Polish and Swedish ancestry. When he was in elementary school his parents moved from New Jersey to Southwest Florida. Inspired by the coastal lifestyle in Florida, he started photographing his friends and experiences. He attended Deptford Township High School where he excelled in his fine art courses, continued photographing and creating artwork.

Robert Fehre enrolled at Ringling College of Art and Design, in Sarasota, Florida, earning his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2015. 

Robert Fehre is known for his colorful photography which are an expression of love for the environment. Focusing primarily on coastal cities such as Miami and Los Angeles, Fehre is drawn to architectural compositions and found symmetrical objects. He is also an established public artist, creating steel sculptures and installing large scale photographs in public settings. His photographs are published in Palm Beach by Aerin Lauder, Assouline Publishing, New York, NY (September 2019) and Palette Perfect Volume 2 by Lauren Wager, Hoaki Publishing, Barcelona, Spain (August 2022).

In the Summer of 2016, Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida acquired a large-scale photograph by Robert Fehre, currently displayed in the convention center's permanent public art collection.

Selected and commissioned by the City of West Palm Beach in 2020, Robert Fehre created a temporary public artwork titled, "Bhadrasana (The Gracious Pose)", the meditative steel sculpture offered a public space for relaxation and reflection. The sculpture was placed behind the Norton Museum of Art, along the intracoastal waterway in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida. 

Robert Fehre was the Artist-in-Residence at the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida, where he taught fine art and photography courses from 2018-2022.

Commissioned by the McCraney Property Company, on behalf of the Village of Royal Palm Beach, Florida in 2023, Robert Fehre designed and installed his largest to date public art sculpture titled “Transcendence”. This monumental stainless steel sculpture “Transcendence” stands 16 ½’ ft high with a diameter of 8’ ft. "Transcendence is a sculpture that represents the evolutionary stages of one's individual life, reaching a point of enlightenment and oneness with the universe and life itself.” 

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