From tools to sunflowers, water buffalo to dew kissed grape leaves, nothing seems to be a challenge for the artwork of Anita Robbins. Through this compilation you will find abstracts where amazing images will pop right out of the pages, to breathtaking realism of minute water droplets clinging to delicate flower petals, as well as the loose brush strokes of sheep grazing in fields. So get cozy as you browse the pages of this small volume and enjoy the wonderful works of Anita Robbins.
Not born in Texas but got here as soon as I could. Actually born in Illinois and moved to Colorado as a young teen, it was there that I went to college at Colorado Mountain College for photography. Later I met Anita Kim Cluff and tricked her into marrying me. We later moved to Utah were I received my mechanical engineering degree (left brain, right brain) and we moved to Michigan (raise your left hand, right above the thumb's knuckle). After two years in that beautiful state we moved back to Utah where I would be based while traveling to many parts of the US and then the far east. Then off to Canada for four years to enjoy sub-zero weather for 8 out of 12 months, but oh those other 4 months are incredible. Read Anita's bio for more on Canada life. After Canada it was back to Utah for a few years and then on to Texas where we now reside, phew, we finally got here.