One must enter Sulkin’s studio with some care. He has recently embarked on a series of still life images that examine life and death, beauty and horror. Stacked on the floor and filling every shelf are artifacts from the old biology lab at Hollins — such as stuffed birds, snakes, tools of the trade, and then there is a mannequin, hundreds of bottles, and even fake grapes. His photographs have been exhibited in more than 100 solo and group shows in the mid-Atlantic region including the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A solo exhibit of his work is currently circulating through the Virginia Museum’s statewide exhibition program.
Visit Bob’s website here: http://www.robertsulkin.com