Robert Fleischman is a recording artist/singer songwriter /producer who played with such notable bands as Journey, Vinnie Vincent, Channel and his current band, The Sky. Robert penned some of Journey's biggest hits such as "Wheel In the Sky" "Anytime" and "Winds of March" on the multiplatinum "Infinity" album and the band became a legendary success. In 2005, Journey and Robert were recognized with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and in 2016, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
At the age of 13 Robert began experimenting with his growing love for art by assembling collages that depicted surrealistic imagery interacting with environments that seemed to come through other dimensions of time and space, challenging and inviting the viewer to share in Fleischman's unique vision. Soon he began creating musical representations of his art. From painting to collage, digital art and sculpting he has remained a unique, relevant and important figure within the art and music world. When asked why he he has never sold his art in the past he replied " Because once they're gone I'll never see them again. They're my creations, my babies. To me art is my silent music. It's like flying solo. Very tranquil and rewarding for me. So making prints of my older art as well as my recent art is a way of sharing with others. Collage is like creative chaos….like putting a square peg in a round hole…. but it fits."