Enter a cyber gallery of art — by Robbins staff

The following is a  collection of the many and varied examples of original artwork crafted by our staff.  Due to the numerous contributions- coupled with gallery space limitations –  one blog post could not comfortably contain all entries.

Therefore, the cyber art gallery will appear as a two-part series.  This post represents the first.

Artwork appears in no particular order and is arranged  by artist whenever possible. If you have a question about the artwork just post it in the comments section at the end and we will respond.

PART ONE

3 D and 2 D photographs by Steve McInerny

Jordan Pond

Jordan Pond

Offset (3 D) photos are meant to be viewed with special glasses for full effect.

Cascades

Cascades

 

Cascades

Cascades

 

Ice

Ice

 Ice was photographed using a Stereo Realist film camera circa 1940.

Jordan Pond

Jordan Pond

 3 D photographs are known as anaglyphs and require red and cyan (blue-green) glasses  

Jordan Pond

Jordan Pond

 

3 D glasses

3 D glasses

 

 A pen and ink and watercolor using a wash technique

Tree

Tree

                                                     

 

by Lucy Holley

 

wool scarf

wool scarf

 

      

Photo of scarf knit by Jenny Arch

Photo of scarf knit by Jenny Arch

            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Jenny Arch

 

 

 

 

 

Crochet art by Willow Hearth 

  Magical, mystical, mundane, I can crochet almost anything.  I’ve been crocheting for about 9 years and love coming up with new patterns and creations.  

Ursula

Ursula

Maleficent

Maleficent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ursula and Maleficent

Ursula and Maleficent

Toothless is from the movie How to Train Your Dragon

Toothless

Toothless

Mini Me

Mini me

Minions

Minions

Minions are from the movie Despicable Me

a crowd of fairies

a crowd of fairies

 

Discworld

Discworld

Discworld is the name of a fantasy book series by author Terry Pratchett.

 

Painting with melted crayons by Ellen Wendruff

Birdbath & flowers

Birdbath & flowers

 

Oil painting and sculpture by Ellen Wendruff

Forest

Forest

 

            

Figure in clay

Figure in clay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

a rooster designed in copper on a wood backing  by Ellen Wendruff

Rooster

Rooster

 

Stay tuned for PART TWO…

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