Peet graduated from Pembroke Country Day in 1967 and obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1972. While attending the Kansas City Art Institute, Peet was invited by renowned glass artist, Dale Chihuly, to participate in the creation of an experimental glass workshop near Seattle, WA, which has become known as the Pilchuck Glass School. In the spring of 1972, Peet collaborated with Dale Chihuly and Dan Dailey at the Rhode Island School of Design and returned to Pilchuck that summer as a teaching assistant. Following his passion for glass blowing, Peet continued his studies as a graduate assistant under Henry Halem at Kent State University. During that time, Peet participated in several workshops with acclaimed glass artists, Paul Marioni and Fritz Dreisbach.
Robison’s signature handblown glass Landscape Series is well known and collected throughout the world. In a career spanning over 30 years, Peet has developed techniques, tools and equipment allowing him the freedom to work alone. His stunning vases portray leaf and tree forms set against three distinct backgrounds – sunrise, sunset and watercolors.