A native of Minneapolis, artist Robert McBroom blends pop and folk art with corporate logos, the occasional dash of glitter and a sense of humor. His work has earned him exhibits at such places as the Twin Cities’ OX-OP Gallery, Soo Visual Arts Center and the Minneapolis Institute of Art. His work often takes a conservation spin, as seen in his massive installation of lemur sculptures that were the result of a 1999 Jerome Foundation grant. But he is best known for his unconventional entries to the Federal Duck Stamp contest. Entering the contest every year, his unique approach, which he has called “lowbrow surrealist,” has been featured in the book The Wild Duck Chase and resulted in the film The Million Dollar Duck (Mountainfilm 2016).