Rob Dreyer is a portrait and wildlife artist who works out of his studio in suburban Saint Louis, Missouri.

A lifelong conservationist and naturalist, Mr. Dreyer became enthralled with our natural world the moment his family bought 120 acres of land in the Missouri countryside when he was eight years old.

Mr. Dreyer became a signature member of the Artists For Conservation Foundation in 2010 and has had his work selected for the annual AFC International Exhibit of Nature in Art consistently since his inclusion. His oil on canvas “Barn Owl in the Old Barn” was recently acquired by the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum in Tuscan, Arizona to become part of their permanent collection of wildlife art. As a signature member of the Artists For Conservation, he contributes aa portion of every wildlife sale to support conservation causes.

In addition to his knowledge of art, he has a double degree in social work and urban affairs, where he learned counseling psychology and social systems from St. Louis University. He earned his law degree from St. Louis University in 1985. He brings together his combined knowledge of art and the human condition to remind us of the beautiful world around that we have been given, but often forget, in the turmoil of our everyday lives. His observations reminds us that miracles are happening all around us, every single day.