David Robbins

Hometown: Vienna, MD

David is an award winning wildfowl artist located in Vienna Maryland on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Growing up, he developed a great appreciation for the wildlife he witnessed in rural Dorchester County. Befriended by decoy historian Henry Fleckenstein, David fell in love with the decoy art form. After studying with local carvers Warren Saunders and Habbart Dean, he started carving on his own to develop his own style. David has been the featured carver at the Blackwater National Refuge and was a featured speaker at the Dorchester County Historical Society/ South Dorchester Folk Museum’s lecture series showcasing the history of Dorchester

Title of Image 1: Wood Duck Pair

Medium: Tupelo and Acrylics
Dimensions: 4 in. x 7 in. x 12.6 in.

Title of Image 2: Purple Sandpiper

Medium: Tupelo and Acrylics
Dimensions: 4 in. x 4 in. x 3 in.

Title of Image 3: Black-Necked Stilt

Medium: Tupelo and Acrylics
Dimensions: 3 in. x 11 in. x 12 in.