May 7th Meeting Guest Speaker: Artist Rob Robinson Talks About Textures, Real and Implied

What we are looking forward to at our May 7th meeting:

"Encounter" by Rob Robinson

Artist Rob Robinson will speak at the next meeting of the Corvallis Art Guild on Monday, May 7th, at 7:00.  He will be demonstrating two techniques he has used in his recent work; stamping, which he uses to create implied textures in his work, and collage, which he uses to include real textures in his work.  He will discuss both the materials and techniques he uses.

Robinson has been painting since he was ten years old, and obtained a minor in art from Georgia State University.  While he has worked in a variety of jobs involving remote sensing, using satelite imagery and aerial photography, he has continued to work as an artist as well.  He has studied with  Gerald Brommer, Carole Barnes, Don Andrews and Betsy Dillar Stroud.  He currently works in acrylics, collage and watercolor.  He enjoys experimenting with abstract and nonrepresentational work, as well as plein air painting.

"Mountain Color" by Rob Robinson

More of his work can be seen at and

Next Corvallis Art Guild Meeting:
Monday, MAY 7, 7:00pm

The meeting begins at 7:00pm with a half hour social time.

Corvallis Art Guild (CAG) meetings are held the First Monday of each month at First Presbyterian Church (Corner of 8th and Monroe – click here for map) in Corvallis.


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