Robert Grauer has been creating images from behind the lens since childhood. At the age of eleven, he was already photographing with a 35mm camera and developing film and printing in the family darkroom in the basement of his home in Brooklyn, N.Y. Through the early years he worked almost exclusively in black and white. He went on to study photography at the prestigious School of Visual Arts in New York City. Moving to South Florida in 1991, Robert was soon inspired by the incredible beauty of the regions skies which feature prominently in many of his photographs.
Despite making his career as a videographer and video editor, he never lost his passion for fine art photography. But it was not until the advent of digital photography that his artistic vision truly emerged. Digital imaging freed him from the limitations working with film presented. The finished photograph he imagined in his mind could now become a reality in print. Currently he specializes in but is not limited to selective color images and classic black and white landscape photography.
In 2009 Robert Grauer began exhibiting his work. In this short time his photographs have won numerous awards. Including First Place in exhibits at The Coral Springs Museum of Art and Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge. Robert has been the Vice President of The Coral Springs Artist Guild since 2011. He also maintains memberships in the Delray Art League and the Lake Worth Art League.