Wood, tin, iron, burlap, rock - the natural and the discarded. All of this becomes something alive. Calling it outsider art is insufficient. On the other hand, Robert does live at the outskirts where town dwindles away to high desert.
Ensor has been making art for over two decades deep in the New Mexican desert. His craft is clear in the smooth lines that reveal the hidden nature of the wood. But the magic is in the deeply personal individuals he sets free. Sculptures more like artifacts of a lost civilization waiting to be rediscovered.