“I reflect upon the simple and profound truth that humanity and nature depend upon God for His/Her daily gifts of life, health, sunlight, air, water and rich soil. Though I am proud to have participated in over 200 public art exhibitions (including 40 juried exhibits) and having over 220 of my artworks in Australian, Indian, Italian, Swedish and American collections, I am happiest knowing that my artworks can help increase people’s appreciation of God’s daily presence.”
Robert C. Schick Artist

Robert Schick Artist Robert C. Schick Artist Bay Area Mountain View CA

Photo by Andy Browne

Paintings and Sketches AVAILABLE for Sale as listed – Please email ROBERT C. SCHICK with your interest.

Robert C. Schick

Fine Artist / Landscapes & Figure Painting

Robert Schick Artist Robert C. Schick Artist Bay Area Mountain View CA



Dear Lover of the Art,

I’ve pulled a selection of my “Art of Living History” landscape paintings I will refer to as

“The Abandoned, The Ravaged and The Majestic”

These images include some of the more emotionally explosive images that were banned or prevented from being exhibited in various public spaces. For those of you who attended my February 4, 2022 artist talk in Los Altos Hills, my now completed painting “Old Shoes” will be publicly presented for the first time. This image depicts the shoes I wore for the first 15 years of painting our valley’s agricultural landmarks on location.

While my “Art of Living History” local landscape series was intentionally created between the years of 1997-2022, I had accidentally rendered some of the same locations as early as 1985—a few of these earlier paintings are also included in this show. Please drop by during the next 6 weeks and enjoy this group of paintings and the unique exhibit space that allows you to view all the works simultaneously placed high above the art supply retail isles of University Arts in Redwood City!

University Art Robert C. Schick

University Art
2550 El Camino Real, Redwood City 650-328-3500
Monday to Saturday 9:30 am – 5:30 pm   |  Sunday 12-5 pm 

Exhibit dates: February 12 – March 20, 2023
Sunday artist MEET & GREET February 19, 2023 – 2-4 pm

I could bore you all with my career shift, the number of my latest birthday, the status of my book project—but nah. Come see my art in the flesh and enjoy the show.


Paintings & Drawings of Santa Clara Valley 20th Century Landmarks


ART WALK and TALK tours of the exhibit
Friday, February 4, 2022, 3:30-4:30pm

Art Walk and Talk tours of the exhibition
Friday, November 12, 2021

EXHIBITION: September 2021 – March 2022
Address: Los Altos Hills Town Hall, The Town of Los Altos Hills, 26379 Fremont Road, Los Altos Hills

This current exhibit of 70 works of art, some never exhibited before, compiles the most comprehensive collection of paintings and drawings in the artist’s portfolio, depicting the historic beauty of his native land.



A REVIEW by Mary Larsen on Robert Schick’s life and art is featured in the Los Altos Town Crier magazine ‘Living In’ Spring 2017. Photography by Megan V. Winslow.

Approximately 250 of Schick’s paintings are owned by people in seven different countries, and a number of them hang locally. Mountain View artist Robert C. Schick has spent much of the past two decades on a mission: to call attention to the beauty and historical value of the area, as well as to preserve it on canvas. Schick draws inspiration from the landmarks and pastoral scenes of the local area, many of which have vanished since he painted them. READ THE FULL STORY 

Robert Schick Artist Robert C. Schick Artist Bay Area Mountain View CA


2022 San Jose Playhouse 

2021 Los Altos Hills Town Hall

2019 Eco Center, Palo Alto

2016 Los Altos Public Library

2013 Open Studios, Los Altos Hills

2009 Finn Center, Mountain View

2006 Hope Street Music Studios, Mountain View

2001 Mountain View City Hall

2001 Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Palo Alto

2000 Gallery 9, Los Altos

1998 San Jose Art League

1997 Genesis: Sanctuary for the Arts, San Jose


(*= awards received)

Triton Museum “Salon at the Triton 2D Art Competition & Exhibition”
jurors:  Jeff Brown, Angela Holmes, and Terry Kreiter

University Art’s “2021 Uart Open”
juror:  George Rivera, Mission College Art Professor

University Art’s “12th Annual Open Art Competition & Exhibition”*
Cuong Nguyen, portrait artist and instructor

Triton Museum, Santa Clara
juror: Charlotte Eyerman, Monterey Museum of Art Executive Director

Los Altos History Museum* “Los Altos Moving Art Forward”
juror: George Rivera, former Triton Museum Director

Jennings Pavilion, Atherton

Los Altos History Museum* “Heart’s Delight”
juror: Preston Metcalf, Triton Museum Chief Curator

Main Street Cafe, Los Altos * “Plein Air Los Altos 2007”
juror: George Rivera, Triton Museum Director

Main Street Cafe, Los Altos “Life Styles of Los Altos”

Santa Clara County Fair*

Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara* “Biennial Statewide Pastel Competition”
juror: John DeVincenzi, SJSU Art Professor

Los Gatos Museum of Art And Natural History “Open Juried Show”
juror: Dale Laitinen, artist

Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara* “Vaast Exhibition”
jurors: Robin Lasser, SJSU; Jo Anne Northrup, De Saisset Museum Curator; Christopher Schink, artist

San Jose Art League** “2-D Contemporary 21st Annual Competition”
juror: Philip E. Linhares, Oakland Museum Chief Curator

EPA School of Art, San Francisco “Respectfully Mother Earth”
jurors: Fred Martin, SFAI Dean; Marian Parmenter, SFMOMA rental gallery;
Charles Strong, College of Notre Dame Art Professor


2021, 2018 Palo Alto Arts Center

2020 Los Altos History Museum, “Gallery 9: 50 Years”

2017 Triton Museum, Santa Clara

2016 EcoCenter, Palo Alto

2016 Accent Arts, Palo Alto

2015-01 Rengstorff House, Mountain View

2014 /2015 CSMA Visual Arts Program Student/Faculty Show

2014 Los Altos History Museum, SFMOMA Los Altos public art project www.everythingisperfect.org

2011 Moffett Field History Museum, Mountain View

2009 Los Altos Hills City Hall

2008 Portola Art Gallery

2008 Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge, Newark


Triton Museum, Santa Clara

Moffett Field History Museum, Mountain View

Mountain View Library (History Room)

Los Altos History Museum