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B&NPS Robin


“I am drawn toward abstraction and the freedom it presents to creatively interpret the world around me. This process allows me to develop a piece conceptually, sometimes long before it reaches the studio. Experimenting with various media has enabled my process to evoke a physical yet internal structure, which I then slowly reveal through the many layering techniques that I use in my sculptural work, painting, and photography. Observing form, color, and texture in our ever changing environment, has greatly influenced my work, empowering me to further investigate a multitude of ideas, akin to my own life experiences.”

Women’s March for America

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January 21, 2017. My best friend Darlene and I attended the Women’s March for America in Boston, Massachusetts, our home state. By being present, we were two more voices among millions who came out across the country, and the world. … Continue reading

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A favorite poem

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Hello! Warm greetings in the new year 2017. I’ve been quite active of late and have let some time go by with no new posting. I’ll begin anew today, in remembrance of January 13, 1991, (26 years ago) Lithuania’s Defenders … Continue reading

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Collage Workshop

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“Interpreting Community Through Collage” Workshop participants with their collages. Parker Hill Branch Library, May 14, 2016. This past spring, I presented a collage workshop to Mission Hill area residents. There were some familiar faces, along with friends, family, and some … Continue reading

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Objects as writing prompts

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My outdoor sculpture studio is up and running. Having tools in hand prompted me to revisit one of my assignments from the Women’s Writing Workshop. It was exercise #4 – using objects as writing prompts (November 2015). Our writing coach, … Continue reading

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New work

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Unexpected arrangements in nature transform my mind’s vantage point of images first experienced through the lens of my camera. Black, white, color, texture, shapes, drama, stillness–the landscape is infinite. I try to capture abstracted forms, provoking curiosity and intrigue.

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