Artists > Stanley Robbins
Trident, oil, 18x24, $2000
Asilomar Beach Fly By, oil, 18x24, $2000
The Last T-Series, oil, 16x20, $1800
Ferrari Spoiler, oil, 18x24, $2000
The Emblem, oil, 18x24, $2000
The First, oil, 18x24, SOLD
Enzo's Art, oil, 14x21, $1600
Steering Wheel Beckons, oil, 18x24, $2000
Blue Morgan, oil, 14x18, $1400
Twins, oil, 16x24, $1600
Asilomar Afternoon, oil, 12x16, $950
White Rock, oil, 5x7, $450
Rio Grand, oil, 12x16, $950
Rain Spout, oil, 20x16, $1350
Primrose Pair, oil, 24x18, $1600
Lucy's Lillies, oil, 16x20, $1250
Harriman's Yucca, oil, 24x18, $1700
Taos Chapel, oil, 16x20, $1350
Stan Robbins was raised in Southern California where his father worked in special effects in the film industry in the 1930's, 40's, and 50's. His early exposure to art was with the art used in the studios and the paintings of Edgar Payne, Thomas Moran, and Robert Woods. He studied art at Los Angeles Valley College, BYU, and UCLA as a serious second interest while getting degrees in Industrial Psychology and Statistics.
He has won prizes in student art shows and recognition in professional exhibits. He has exhibited and sold paintings since graduate school, while working in the Hi-tech industry of Silicon Valley. He has worked as an illustrator for an auto racing magazine, done graphic design for publications, and, for a while, moonlighted as a photographer.
Stan has furthered his art studies with Barry John Raybould, Kevin Macpherson, T.A. Lawson, Gay Falkenberry, Skip Whitcomb, and Brian Blood.
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