Rob Stone’s work in environmental photography highlights the intersection between human-driven progress and the resilient power of nature, capturing the tension between these two powerful forces in his scenes of Northern California. His black and white nature photography collections employ both his superb technique and distinctive eye for the quietly commanding beauty of our natural world. Rob Stone’s work as an acclaimed landscape photographer has helped support environmental restoration projects.
Below is a complete list of Rob’s professional accomplishments, including his exhibitions, published features, and awards and honors.
|2018||Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California.|
|2017||Stone Photography Gallery, Davis, California.|
|2017||Tsao Gallery, Davis, California.|
|2016||Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California.|
|2016||Yolo Arts Gallery 625, Woodland, California.|
|2016||Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, California.|
|2015||Tsao Gallery, Davis, California.|
|2015||Stone Photography Gallery, Davis, California.|
|2015||Gallery 1855, Davis, California.|
|2014||The Artery, Davis, California.|
|2013||Blue Line Gallery, Roseville, California.|
|2012||Sacramento Fine Arts Center, Sacramento, California.|
|2012||Blue Line Gallery, Roseville, California.|
|2012||Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, Sacramento, California.|
|2011||Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, Sacramento, California.|
|2009||Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, Sacramento, California.|
|2009||Rominger Winery, Davis, California.|
- Davis Enterprise (Davis, California). Anne Ternus-Bellamy. “Up the Creek, Photographer Captures a Real Hidden Treasure.” November 29, 2015.
- Davis Enterprise (Davis, California). Melissa Hiatt. “Faces of Photography.” October 15, 2009.
HONORS AND AWARDS
|2016||Three Honorable Mentions, International Photography Awards Competition.|
|2015||Third Place in Slice; Juried Show of Contemporary Art, Pence Gallery, Davis, California.|
|2015||Four nominations, International Color Awards Competition.|
|2013||Nominee 8th Annual Black and White Spyder Awards.|
|2012||Best of Show: Juried Show: Vision. Sacramento Fine Arts Center, Sacramento, California.|
|2012||KVIE Auction: Bell Ringer. Sacramento California.|
|2002||Selected for professional intensive workshop with Magnum photographer David Allen Harvey, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.|
|1981||Best of West Award for the program “Michel v. Dillard,” presented by the Western Educational Society for Telecommunications. This production was produced and directed for the School of Law, University of California, Davis, and was the first civil trial (wrongful death) videotaped in the State of California.|
|1978||First Prize for “Neil & Betsy” in the category Prejudice and the Handicapped, awarded by The President’s Committee for Employment and The International Rehabilitation Film Library. This documentary explored the trials and tribulations that Neil, who has cerebral palsy, and his wife, Betsy, experienced in their daily lives. This program was produced and directed for the Department of Family Practice School of Medicine, University of California, Davis.|
|1977||First Prize for the documentary “Neil & Betsy” for outstanding achievement in the use of television for education the sciences, awarded by The Health Sciences Communications Association and the National Center for Medical Education. This program was produced and directed for the Department of Family Practice School of Medicine, University of California, Davis.|
|1973||Best of West Award for the documentary “Adaptive Is Beautiful,” presented by the Western Educational Society for Telecommunications for outstanding production in instructional television. The documentary focused on Joel Bryan, who was paralyzed by polio, his wife Mary-Jo, and their growing family. This documentary challenged the negative attitudes that health care professionals often held regarding the capabilities and medical needs of the disabled patient. This program was produced and directed for the Department of Family Practice School of Medicine, University of California, Davis. It was broadcast on KVIE (Sacramento PBS affiliate) in 1974.|
Crocker Art Museum, permanent collection, Sacramento, California.
Multiple private and corporate collections throughout the USA.
Stone Photography Gallery, Davis, California.
Kinzelman Art Consulting, Houston, Texas.