Featured Artist Robin Zygelman

Robin Zygelman presents a stunning selection of photographs that catch the eye and the imagination. Visit her website to see more of her work.


Cherry blossoms in the rain

“Cherry Blossoms in the Rain” photography, various sizes


I grew up in West Islip, Long Island, and have spent the past decade capturing images in Boca Raton, Florida. When I was in my twenties, I took a darkroom course at the New School in New York City. That is where my love of photography was born.


Photo of figure behind blue screen

“Elegant Emergence” photography, various sizes


After a successful career in the publishing and media industries and raising my two children, I rediscovered my passion four decades later. My friend taught me about digital photography during a trip to Italy. I enrolled in classes at a local community center as soon as I returned home.


Fine art photo of a door with reflections

“Those Who Pass Through These Doors” photography, various sizes


In light of the pandemic, I have shifted to Zoom for weekly photography critiques with The Art of International Photography.


Photo of African Maasai woman

“The Ladies of Maasai” photography, various sizes


Photography is the lens through which I navigate and interpret the world. I consider myself a visual storyteller and bring my camera everywhere I go (even when it annoys my family). I’m seeking compelling moments where I can capture stories within an image. I’m a pet sitter by day, which enables me to indulge in my passion of photographing inspiring people during all of my available time.


Photo of person dancing at the Taj Mahal

“Dancer at the Taj” photography, various sizes


The heart of my work celebrates humanity. I constantly strive to connect with strangers, learn their stories, and honor their uniqueness in a photograph.


Dramatic photo of sand pouring through hands

“Sands of Time” photography, various sizes


As an avid traveler, I enjoy visiting new places. I want to see how people live, celebrate, pray, and simply go about their daily lives. In particular I love photographing cultural events, performance art, local festivals, and pride parades. That’s where I can capture the self-expression, love, and power on display.


Black boots on a colorful pavement

“Stomping in Puddles” photography, various sizes


I aim to share my vision with room for interpretation so that viewers can create their own stories through their personal perspectives. I hope my art conveys the joyful elements of humanity and represents individuals with honesty and integrity. If my photographs can touch a viewer on a soulful, positive level, I am gratified.


Photograph of sunset at Trulli, Italy

“Trulli at Sunset” photography, various sizes


I’m now able to pursue my craft and follow my dream of photographing captivating people and scenes that catch my eye. I believe I am a work in progress and will spend the rest of my life learning and growing as a visual artist.


European landscape photograph

“Nyhavn Stories” photography, various sizes


I hope you enjoy my images as much as I’ve enjoyed collecting them.


Robin Zygelman invites you to follow her on Facebook and Instagram.



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  1. Nice, original work.

  2. Robin,
    You have an eye for design and color that makes them interesting to look at and draw you in.

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