Rita Robinson, photographer and author of 11 traditionally published books, and numerous magazine articles believes that taking part in any of the arts helps people answer their questions about life.
A quote from Walker Evans given in 1933 at the first one-man photographic exhibition by the new Museum of Modern Art speaks of a writer’s life. “Stare, pry, listen, and eavesdrop. Die knowing something. You are not here long.” Also, Einstein said “question everything.”
Robinson’s current work, “Tell it Now: Why Take it to the Grave?” is with an agent.
Robinson lives with her husband, Andy Campbell, in Fawnskin, California, a mountain community on the North Shore of Big Bear Lake. Andy, an artist and writer, works at Fawnskin Art.