Greetings.

StreetMorrisArt.com came to be shortly after I graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor with a BFA in painting and photography. I made and long maintained my website with the dinosaur that is Netscape Composer and it became a sprawling creation that I finally had to accept was nearly inaccessible to mobile users, so I stepped up to making some big changes this spring. The latest of them is the addition of this blog that will include images with a bit of background and news about my work. When I'm not in my San Diego-based studio, I'm often out hiking in our regional, state and national parks with my camera or tending my informal, wildlife-friendly garden. I look forward to sharing my love of nature with you.

--Robin Street-Morris

 Walking beneath young-leaved Western Sycamores (Platanus racemosa) and Coast Live Oaks (Quercus agrifolia) in spring.  Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve; San Diego, California.  

Walking beneath young-leaved Western Sycamores (Platanus racemosa) and Coast Live Oaks (Quercus agrifolia) in spring.  Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve; San Diego, California.