ROBIN COLODZIN

  AND YET IT TASTED LIKE THEM ALL II   Acrylic, collage, pencil, pastel; 20" x 16" 2016

AND YET IT TASTED LIKE THEM ALL II

Acrylic, collage, pencil, pastel; 20" x 16" 2016

  AS IF MY LIFE WERE SHAVEN AND FITTED TO A FRAME III   Acrylic, collage, pencil, pastel; 16" x 12" 2016

AS IF MY LIFE WERE SHAVEN AND FITTED TO A FRAME III

Acrylic, collage, pencil, pastel; 16" x 12" 2016

Combining painting and collage, I build environments where chaos gives way to order through pattern, color and theme. Bits and pieces of collage material – a ticket, a snippet of a photo, metal widgets, create touch points for a possible narrative. Emily Dickinson poetry is the inspiration for these works.

Robin is a self-taught artist living by the sea in Rockport, Massachusetts. She is a member of several established art organizations, including the National Association of Women Artists and the Copley Society of Artists. She maintains a studio in Gloucester Massachusetts and exhibits regularly both locally and nationally.

https://www.colodzin.com/

 
  BUT MOST LIKE CHAOS III   Acrylic, collage, pencil, pastel; 16" x 24" diptych 2016

BUT MOST LIKE CHAOS III

Acrylic, collage, pencil, pastel; 16" x 24" diptych 2016

 

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