John Robbins

Posted by Doug Paradis on

Born in Bellingham, John grew up in La Conner. After graduation from La Conner High School,

he attended Skagit Valley College and began to formally study painting and sculpture in classes

taught by Sidney Eaton and Rand Robbin. He moved to Seattle to study Fine Art at Cornish

School of the Arts, graduating in 1969.

Since 1986, John has made his home in Edison. He has shown work in local exhibitions and

shows at the Smith & Vallee Gallery, the Edison Eye Gallery, the Scott Milo Gallery, and at

MONA annual auctions. In Bellingham, he has contributed to shows at the Whatcom Historical

Museum and the Lucia Douglas Gallery. His work has been exhibited in Seattle at the

University of Washington’s Henry Gallery, the Richard White Gallery, and the Manolides Gallery

as well as in Oregon at the Anderson Gallery in McMinnville and in San Diego, California at

Grossmount College.

← Older Post Newer Post →


artist past-exhibit

Jeff Day

By Doug Paradis

"Observing nature is part of an artist's life. It adds to my knowledge of form, enables me to preserve my freshness, spares me from having...

Read more
artist past-exhibit

Annie Burke

By Doug Paradis
Read more