Water Shades of Blue //
Architectural Influence //
“The three images above represent a triptych titled ‘City Scapes,’ one of my favorites as an afternoon shower moved in while photographing on the streets in Dallas. The storm created all kinds of different colors and textures along with the wind and heavy downpour.” – Kim Robbins
“The above image is titled ‘Balloons Black & White.’ This shot was done at the Paseo Sidewalk Art Festival in Oklahoma. The Balloon Man was creating all kinds of fun animal balloons for the children. As I was watching, I saw these balloons in his bucket just waiting to become the next imaginary playmate. Turning the image to black & white added a contemporary feel to it.” – Kim Robbins
LILIES IN ABSTRACT // Using Circles in Expressions of Art
“The circle is one of the most common and universal signs, found in all cultures. It is the symbol of the sun in its limitless aspect. It has no beginning or end and no divisions, making it the perfect symbol of completeness, eternity, and the soul. I photographed the following lilies and made some contemporary interpretations to produce the final pieces.” -Kim Robbins
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“The following images were photographed by the canal in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. They represent the convergence of shapes and design with the presence of landscaped desert yuccas in contrast with watercolor impressions of the urban city. My goal was to create images that appear as charcoal sketches filled in with vibrant pigment ink colors. These images tell a story about time, travel, imagination, and possibilities.” -Kim Robbins
The Alchemy Collection //
Through the use of light, color, and composition Kim transforms old and recyclable objects into contemporary works of art. Limited edition prints on canvas. Please email Kim if you are interested in purchasing any of the contemporary prints here.