About Robin Resch

Robin Resch is a Princeton, NJ, based artist known for her spontaneous and natural portraits as well as her fine art photography.  A graduate alumna of Princeton University, she received her Master’s in Architecture in 2003,  which she combined with advanced photographic studies under the tutelage of Emmet Gowin. 

Her landscape photography explores the power of nature and the duality of its ephemerality and continuum.  In some pieces, it is the force of nature, a crashing stream, rolling fog, and rushing wind that alter and abstract the object of the picture, in others she intentionally blurs the focus, abstracting the landscape in order to evoke the emotive experience of the fleeting moment, that of the landscape as we pass through it -- an analogy to the fleeting nature of our own lives.  These photographs are painterly abstractions that explore impressions and compositions of color and light, intentionally blurring the image to free it from a literal reading.

Her work has been exhibited at Princeton University’s Lucas Gallery, the Pringle Gallery in Philadelphia, Design Within Reach, Princeton Project Space, the Arts Council of Princeton, the Nassau Club, various pop-up solo shows in Washington, DC, amongst others.  Her work is in private collections across the United States as well as in Europe.

Her photographs have been published in a range of art books and magazines, including the New York Times, the Witte de With Cahiers, the Rotterdams Dagblad,  Princeton Magazine amongst others.




Further examples of Robin’s portrait work can be seen at: