Robert John Cook
A direct descendant of three famous men who met at Plymouth Rock.
- Meet RJC's eleven generation Grandfather, Iyanough, the 'Famous Indian' honored with a seat at the First Thanksgiving.
- Meet RJC's twelve generations Grandfather, William Brewster, leader of the Pilgrim social movement, Mayflower, and Episcopalian Church.
- Meet RJC's twelve Generation Grandfather, Stephen Hopkins, friend of William Shakespeare as featured in his play 'The Tempest'.
Robert John Cook is standing on his forefather's shoulders with the empowerment of the people by connecting them with the wisdom of Ancient Elders' teachings to Awaken and care for Self and Environment by providing opportunity and community for self-reliance for the next seven generations to come.
Oil Paint and Sculpture.
Robert enjoys playing his Martin Guitar, writing songs and performing. He singer/songwriter for years, with hundreds of songs. His style as a song writer is live, recorded, and online.
Robert’s creative outlets include Culture. The One Native Project is his conduit to his Ancient Elders, Iyanough, Brewster, and Hopkins.
It is from Iyanough that Robert centers his spiritual balance. It is from William Brewster that Robert centers his leadership capabilities. And it is from Stephen Hopkins that Robert centers his free-spirited nature.
What they say...
“Robert John Cook exudes creative energy. Whether painting, making music or pitching an idea, the South Yarmouth artist seems perpetually on the verge of creating something new.” Cape Cod Times
"Your ideas are brilliant" Senator Dan Wolf
“Robert John Cook, a creative renaissance man in his own right as a painter, musician, sculptor and writer, college trained engineer and former General Electric employee(and while he doesn't admit it, philosopher) has fashioned a broad outline in his weekly television show“ Barnstable Patriot
“I want to applaud the efforts of Robert John Cook and all of the veterans’ organizations and artists’ groups who are participating in this new and exciting initiative.” US Congressman William Delahunt
“With unsold work hanging on the walls of his Cape Cod gallery, Mayflower Studio in Yarmouth… With the Dow diving, nobody seemed willing to slap down a thousand dollars for one of Robert John Cook color-splashed landscape. But instead of wallowing, the artist took action. He slashed his prices in half and suddenly, buyers emerged. One woman bought a half dozen of his oil paintings in a recent show.” Boston Globe
“If creative juices are an elixir for downhearted or physically compromised veterans, then artist Robert John Cook wants to share a bowl with them.” Barnstable Patriot
“It’s amazing. it’s too f***ing awesome. thanks again so much- it’s too cool to see one of my photos come to life. thanks again sooo much.” Bil Lane -Jackson Browne’s Recording Engineer