Exhibit at The Pump House, Munhall., PA. July- Sept. 2013
Exhibit at Obscurae show, Braddock, PA. December 2008
Exhibit at C.A.P.A. school Downtown Pgh.: February 2004
Lecture at Wilkinsburg Historical Society: September 2002
Exhibit Partnership for Downtown Development: Sept. 2002
Exhibit at Pittsburgh Filmmakers: February 2002
Exhibit at Penn Hills Borough Building. 2002
Exhibit for Penn Arts Association: Judges award. Nov.2000
Exhibit Penn Hills Arts Counsel: Judges award. Sept. 2000
Exhibit for Monroeville Arts Counsel: First Place. July 2000
Member, Publicity chair for the Penn Arts Association 2000
Exhibit for Three Rivers Arts Festival: Juried arts. July 1997
Members Exhibit Pgh. Center for Photography. Nov. 1994
Artists Association of Pittsburgh: Artists market. Sept. 1994
Three Rivers Arts Festival Artists Market. July 1994
Three Rivers Arts Festival Juried Arts exhibit. June 1993
Published in -7 Magazine. 1993
Exhibit at Java Jeff's, Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill. 1993
Exhibit at Riverrun Books, Carson St..,South side. Dec.1992

This is a work in progress. Check out the sets for a more comprehensive view of each subject. Send questions to me.

My Email is: rsdorsett@comcast.net Thank you for looking.

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    Ardon LXXXIII says:

    "Bob's is not your typical flickr photo stream, but a lesson in the history of an area that has seen both the glory, and demise of what manufacturing once was in and around Western Pennsylvania. As you peer through his stream it won't take you long to see that Bob is not only a talented photographer, but also has one of the most expansive and thought provoking catalogs on flickr. I would encourage any one wether they be a new photographer just starting out, or a seasoned veteran to take a long look at his photo stream. I promise you will not be disappointed!"

    March 5th, 2013

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    shadysidelantern says:

    "Bob documents the landscape of everyday life. He has a knack for framing images that mirror the way we look at things naturally without looking mundane. His work is arresting without resorting bizarre processing or quirky cropping."

    February 26th, 2013

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    congoeels says:

    "Robert's work is invaluable to learning about Pittsburgh and its neighborhoods. Much of it is a window to the industrial 20th century that simply doesn't exists anymore. I'm always enthralled when he posts a new scan of one of his shots."

    February 25th, 2013

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    Don Henderson says:

    "I've been a fan of Bob Dorsett's work since joining flickr. His eye for the interesting and the unusual is a constant inspiration to me!"

    February 24th, 2013

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    Ian M. Hapsias says:

    "For those who have a passion for history, America's past, and the look back into time on Pittsburgh's reign on the world with steel. Mr. Dorsett's stream is the one for you.

    His work is excellent! His views on Pittsburgh's past are mind blowing."

    February 23rd, 2013

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    scottw76051 says:

    "America may never again see the resurgence of our glorious industrial past that once existed in SW Pennsylvania. But thanks to Bob, much of it is documented, and even the remnants that he captures are fascinating to see. Thanks for sharing these things with those of us who were never fortunate enough to experience it first hand."

    June 24th, 2011

Name:
Robert S. Dorsett
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December 2006
Hometown:
Pittsburgh, PA.
Currently:
Pittsburgh, PA., U.S.A.
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