Max A. Robinson*  RIV

Max A. Robinson is a retired architect and Professor Emeritus with the University of Tennessee School of Architecture where he served for a decade as its Director.  Robinson received degrees from the University of Texas at Austin (B.Arch) and the University of Pennsylvania (M.Arch). He also taught at the University of Kansas and has practiced with architectural firms in Austin, Aspen, Wichita and Knoxville. In 2007, he received the East Tennessee American Institute of Architects’ Gold Medal for lifetime achievement.

In retirement, Robinson has pursued his interest in drawing and watercolor painting and has participated in workshops with such renowned artists as Sue Archer, Margaret Scanlan, Doug Dawson, Paul Jackson and Don Lake. His subject matter primarily focuses on architectural features in cityscapes and landscapes, and he has produced works that have been exhibited locally, regionally and nationally. He is a member of the Knoxville, American, National and Transparent Watercolor Societies, and holds Signature status in the Tennessee, Kentucky and Southern Watercolor Societies.

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