George Robinson Art Collections
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Artwork by George Robinson
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Dartmouth College by George Robinson
Morning Mail Cambridge Vermont by George Robinson
Waits River VT #1 by George Robinson
Three Seasons Mt. Mansfield Vermont by George Robinson
Vermont, A State of Mind by George Robinson
2012 Harley Davidson Fat Boy by George Robinson
Harley Davidson Fat Boy by George Robinson
FARMALL 300 #1. South Hero, Vermont by George Robinson
Taiko Drummers, Burlington, VT by George Robinson
Stonington, Maine #2 by George Robinson
Grand Isle Ferry Vermont. Lake Champlain by George Robinson
First Light. Sheep Underhill VT by George Robinson
Good Bye Friend I. Vermont by George Robinson
Underhill, Vermont. by George Robinson
Waits River, VT #2 by George Robinson
Christmas Home. Grand Isle, Vermont by George Robinson
Sheep. Jericho, Vermont by George Robinson
Deep in Thought on Lake Champlain, Vermont by George Robinson
Cutie and Sally by George Robinson
Barn. North Hero, Vermont by George Robinson
Singer Sewing Machine by George Robinson
Picking Pears #3 by George Robinson
Moonlight Over Vermont by George Robinson
White Birchs by George Robinson
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About George Robinson
When I am not eating pears I am a fine art photographer living on an island in Vermont.
I got my start in photography by being a bad boy. I was in junior high and running with the wrong kids. I grew up in an Air Force family and my parents ordered me to get a hobby and took me to the hobby shops on base. Of course, I didn't like any of them so they picked the photo shop. The photo shop had cameras, a studio with lights, a 6 person darkroom and everything was free except film. The GIs took me into the desert to shoot landscapes.
I decided to study photography for 2 1/2 years at Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara CA. It was brutal, but well worth it. When I graduated Uncle Sam was waiting and somehow I was a U.S. Army photographer with a top secret clearance shooting for a group that was called the Manhattan Project in the 1940s. When I left the Army I decided to work for the government and I worked in the Pentagon, Dept. of the Interior and USDA. I was honored to be able to photograph two presidents in the White House, President Nixon and President Ford.
USDA sent me to Vermont on a shoot and that was life changing. I totally fell in love with the state and it's people. Vermont is an amazing little state. Everywhere you look there is beauty and the people keep it that way. I have lived here since 1977 and I still feel the same way. I appreciate Vermont so much because I grew up in a very beautiful area of the country in the 50s, but it has changed over the years and I could never live there today. What we are doing to the earth makes me very sad and that is what motivates me to make photographs, to show people what we have and hopefully they will appreciate it. I am not sure they do, but I keep doing it.
'Nuff said. I got to get back to eating pears. We have a 350 apple and pear orchard and I'm falling behind.