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Meet Me at No Middleman Gallery on the Edge of Humanity

  • Walrus Meld by Robert Koss.
  • JU 52 X by Robert Koss
  • Mig Mash-up by Robert Koss
  • Arado Flash by Robert Koss
  • Martlett Criss Cross by Robert Koss
  • Eindekker Erased by Robert Koss

Flying High

I’m excited to have my work shown on the No Middleman Gallery site.

No Middleman Gallery is an online platform for artists to sell their creations.  It is commision free and contract free.

It is connected to Edge of Humanity Magazine, which is an independent platform that has no religious, political, financial or social affiliations.

  • Here are the links to my work and an image of one of the pages.

Wow: Portfolio on The Edge of Humanity Magazine

New! 2023: Photography | Robert Koss feature on The Edge Humanity Magazine

Smashed: On The Edge of Humanity

About: It’s an experience! Go there. No Middle Art Gallery

Side by Side: Exhibit of Paired Works Features Artists and their Professors

Tapped 13

13th Annual Exhibit of Paired Works by Artists and their Current or Former Instructors at Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio


Out of respect for this artist-teacher bond, and in honor of teachers working hard to help artists tap into a higher mind relative to art and life, Manifest is proud to present TAPPED, an annual exhibit that presents paired works of art by current or former artist/teacher pairs.

For this exhibit 70 artists submitted 212 works from 23 states and 2 countries, England and the United States. Fourteen works by the following 14 artists from 8 states and England were selected by a blind jury process for presentation in the gallery and the Manifest Exhibition Annual publication.

The artists are listed in pairings to illustrate their teacher/student relationship (past or present). Works on view will include paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs. The exhibition layout is planned so that each pair of artists’ works will be shown side-by-side or in close proximity.

Visitors will be able to enjoy the variety of types of works while also considering the nature of influence between professor and student.

Be There: Ticketed Preview on Thursday, Dec. 15, prior to opening day. Public opening Friday, Dec. 16, at Manifest Gallery. Exhibit runs through Jan. 13.

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