Bob Estrin Photography
Unique fine art photography directly from the artist Bob Estrin to enrich your home design needs. Bob Estrin's photography will perfectly blend in with your interior and become a charming piece for your living room, bedroom, kitchen, hallway or office.
Sample video below of Bob walking in a slot canyon in Utah.
By Mark on December 22, 2020
"Bob’s prints are of the highest quality and an incredible value. Excellent materials and execution. Customer service is wonderful. I made a mistake with my order and Bob quickly resolved it for me and was more than fair. If you purchase a print from Bob you will be very happy you did! "
"Amazing work, had some questions from seller wrote back very timely. I'm so very lucky to have your photo in my house."
"We love the photograph and get lots of compliments when customers come into our business."
"Beautiful panoramic photograph by Bob, so beautiful on the wall with my wilderness theme. Highly recommend!! Great customer service as well."
"A beautiful photograph of original Bristle Pine Cone tree very pleased with the size and nicely matted; also happy to get to know the photographer in his bio included with the purchase. An absolute satisfied sale."
"Got this as a gift for my Ma. She absolutely loved it! The photograph is hauntingly beautiful, and it stands out so well in her living room!"
Two of my great passions in life are travel and photography. Through my photography, I seek to document my personal experiences, to capture scenes and events as I see them, and to share with others the beauty and diversity of the world I've seen.
I grew up in a Northwest suburb of Chicago and became fascinated with photography at an early age. This led to my first 35mm camera purchase in 1971 for a high school black & white photography class. This eventually progressed to my receiving my Bachelor of Arts degree in professional photography from Southern Illinois University.
After working in the photography field for a few years, I chose to go back to school to learn computer programming and worked for many years as a Programmer/Analyst and System Analyst. My frequent visits and family connection to Arizona assisted in my decision to move to Arizona in 1999.
With the beauty of the Southwest all around me, I have recaptured my passion for photography. It is my goal as an artist and photographer to encourage this closer examination of ordinary things by presenting them in an unusual context. While my photographic subjects vary widely, I find myself repeatedly drawn to landscapes and objects from the past such as cars and ghost towns as well as the influence of man on both of these.
Fine photograph is not only the creation of the original camera exposure but also the result of significant technical and aesthetic consideration while making the final print. This allows me to not only record a literal moment in time, but rather the emotion or experience of the moment.
Photography is the medium of choice for my creative expression. I am still excited about the power and magic of photography and its ability to capture my unique selective perception of the moment in a form that I can share with others.
Estrin displays his art around Arizona at venues including solo exhibitions at the ASU Gammage Auditorium, Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Tucson Jewish Community Center gallery and the Peoria and Gilbert Arizona libraries.
His art has been exhibited at the West Valley Art Museum and the Arizona Art Museum for Youth. Estrin’s art is collected by individuals as well as found in city and corporate collections. He has been featured in the Arizona Republic newspaper and selected as Phoenix Magazine’s artist of the month.