Barbara Robertson Gallery

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CONSTRUCTURE | new works by Barbara Robertson

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Element 3 
2018

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Here and There by Barbara Robertson 
This piece was exhibited in SAUDADE and Other Untranslatable Words
31 x 23″ acrylic, collage ink, graphite on paper
SOLD

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Barbara Robertson

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On her latest work – “The images in this new series of drawings and animations, in part, question how imagination, geometry and structure relate to our physical, and cultural environment. How does rapid change effect our sense of community and our sense of place?  I plan to develop these ideas through mixed media works on paper and two related animated films. The images in the animations are generated in part from the works on paper and are expanded and developed further for the animations.” – Barbara Robertson

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CV

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STATEMENT

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