His art training began in high school and college courses in freehand and life drawing. He earned his bachelor's degree at Illinois Institute of Technology, studying under Mies van der Rohe. He studied interior design and presentation drawing at Chicago's Institute of Design (successor to the Bauhaus). In the late 70s he taught a senior architectural design studio at the University of Illinois. While teaching there, he received a master's degree for his independent studies of computer applications in architecture.
Subsequently, he took numerous short courses in acrylic painting, welding sculpture and photography. He has been enhancing his Adobe Photoshop skills for the past six years.
The exhibit displays work of the last two years, employing digital cameras, and Adobe Photoshop software on his computers. The works are printed on acid free paper with archival inks reputed to last 80 years.
In the Midwest he is represented at Schneider Gallery where he was recently exhibited in the " Chicago Group" show.
230 W. Superior St Chicago, IL 60610-312 988 4033
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The “Fauxtographs” are available framed and unframed in various sizes.
Contact Robert Babbin at 312 644 7239 or 312 656 5566 cell phone. 401 N. Franklin St. Chicago, IL 60610