"Discovered your book at the Oxbow Hotel in Eau Claire. You succeeded in getting my wife to read the Bible (well, parts of it) for the very first time. We love it. Thank you."
“[Robertson’s illustrations] crackle and buzz with color. At first they make no sense at all, but the more you look at them and read the accompanying text, the more convincing they become. Verily, no one has ever seen the Bible as Robertson does.”
Pamela Espeland (MinnPost)
"If you keep practicing, maybe you’ll get better - your paintings are only worth the bible verse (that inspired them).”
Anonymous critic from guestbook entry
"Forget Charlton Heston and Yul Brynner; Robertson has painted us a horse of a very different color. His is a cast made up mostly of ruddy, modern-day folks trapped in outlandish, kaleidoscopic landscapes — wearing safety vests, dust-busting eggs off the kitchen counter, and hoisting fishing trophies into the sky. Each illustration was inspired by a specific passage highlighted on the adjoining page. Sometimes the connection is clear; other times, not in the least. All of them, however, are delightfully strange, irreverent, and oddly enough, make you want to engage with the text, if only to understand what you're looking at."
Russ White (MPLSART.com)