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Linda Gaffney
I was your student in 1976. I really admired your talent! I recall field trips to sketch old boats and homes, and you humorously lamenting about your ex-wife (not sure if she was real). You taught me not to sketch objects as if they are floating in mid-air. LOL. You always made us laugh. Thank you Mr. Robinette!
Earl, Great to find your website and to find you successfully creating beautiful art! I was disappointed not to see your time at Grant Intermediate School as part of your resume! I enjoyed your art classes in '63-'65 and, in fact, heard about Kennedy's assassination in your class from Jackie, the powerful black gal in our class. Also, I got into a dry-paint fight with Greg Bell and got sent to Mr. Burde's office where Mr. B the shop teacher pounded my ass three times with the Board of Education! Yikes! You were always the "Coolest Guy In Port Huron!" Stay Cool! From San Diego, Dan Hrigora
What a delightful surprise, Earl . . .
All I can say is, "Is that a clock?"
terry leahy
Hello Earl!
As a former student ('81, '82), I was thrilled to finally find your site. I've searched you in years past, but with less success. The 'ol internet has come a long way, thankfully.

Seeing your work after so long inspires me all over again. I was not your best student, but few appreciate more how you translate your love for nature and electrify the canvas. Wow - what memories!  How you combined such mastery and such whimsy. Striding into class in the morning with a mug of coffee, giggling, with stories of the hunt - or of a sunrise - that transposed through media an even more brilliant tale. Colorful, dynamic, serene, bold, subtle, literal, detailed, or simply an impression; a story that holds you, and encourages pleasant lingering. Remember "The Bugs Are Out Tonight?" - if that was the real title. I watched you paint "Dr. Martin Luther King" and have seen it again and again in my mind ever since.

So happy to see you're still at it. Best wishes and I hope to continue checking out your latest.

Warm regards - Terry Leahy
al young
Hey Earl Just thought I'd say hello,good to see you're still working. Drop me a line if you make it to the city or maybe I'll see you in the the Port
Mary Ann
Hi Earl! It's been a very long time. Thank you so much for giving me such a fantastic grounding in pottery at SC4 back in 1984/85. I'm back at it in Australia. You were so patient and so good at teaching the craft that I can still hear your voice when I do something silly. I'm so glad to see that you're still at it! I love your work! Mary Ann
Saleta Sontag

Hello Earl,

I'm happy to see you're still busy!

 I knew when I attended your 'Retirement' that it was just a change in schedule for you. Having had my first class with you in 1964 I feel I've watched your art grow and change over the years. Good work, my friend...


Rich Weinert
Hello Mr. Robinette,

I found your site and enjoy seeing you and your work. Beautiful and so much. I admire your energy and effort.

If you would like to see some of the work I have been involved in through my career in advertising check out my site;

I wish you much happiness and hope to see you some day at a show

Best regards,

Rich Weinert
gordon newton
hello earl, would you send me an invite for the lapeer show.1060 hubbard st. det. mi. 48209 thanks...
Susan Daugherty
Earl, What a very brillant use of colors in your art work. I will share your works of art with my oldest daughter who also is very talented in the field. Thanks for sharing.
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