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Artists of Robbin Gallery

The artists of the Robbin Gallery are listed alphabetically below.  
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Entries in Photography (7)


Benson, Karen



Bjorkquist, David


My primary art activity is black and white photography (silver gelatin) using a medium format, 35mm, and pinhole cameras.  I carry on the complete photo process: exposing and developing film, enlarging and printing photographs, matting and framing.  The camera and darkroom work are of equal interest to me.  In addition to exhibiting at the Robbin Gallery, I have shown photographs at Gallery 96 in Shoreview, Elk River "Arts in Harmony" and the Minnesota State Fair.


Boyle, Molly


My interest in photography started in 2009.  I like digital photography because I can delete my mistakes and edit the good shots easily using a computer.  My favorite subjects are people because I like how interesting and diverse people are.


Bulger, Patrick


Aerial photography


Bundy, Nancy Stalnaker

Nancy Stalnaker Bundy (formerly Norwood) is a Minneapolis-based artist, photographer and teacher.  Her photographs and video art work have been exhibited nationally for which she has received numerous grants and awards.  For over 25 years she contributed to the field of media arts education through her teaching, curriculum, conference, and committee work.  She holds an MFA from State University of New York and a BFA from the Memphis College of Art.


Loy-Swanson, Jean

Photography, Jewelry, Sculpture, Drawing

I started out as a jeweler and sculptor, then drawing and photography.  Since 2005 I worked with my photographs on the computer using the Media for Collaging and Painting Photos.  As many as eight photos can make up a final image.  The images are printed digitally on a variety of Archival papaers using archival inks.


Neimi, John C.

Digital Art/Photography

My Digital Abstracts enable me to engage color, texture and shape to create a pixelated form.  Hidden in most digital images, I use the pixel to tell the story.  Its presence is essential to define the visual field - transition from one color to another, the shape and movement within the image. The pixel informs the viewer and at the same time hides within the image.  It is a result of thousands of on/off computer contortions. 

In a visual and digital world I am challenged to paint with the computer. Digital art is literally created by “painting with my mouse”.

Nature photography enables me to explore nature’s patterns/patterns in nature. I attempt to capture small details with large presentation; and capture large patterns in nature making the presentation small. Having minored in photography in college, I work to capture the image in the camera so that what I see through the lens is exactly what I print – little if any editing, very little color adjustment. It is my challenge.