Representational elements within abstract compositions feature in Robin Colodzin’s densely layered paintings mixing acrylic, collage and drawing. Her work is inspired by poetry, philosophy and feminist musings on our experience of our bodies in the face of social norms.
She has shown extensively, highlights including invitational group shows in New York City, an exhibition by the National Collage Society in Atlanta, Georgia; a two-part exhibit titled ‘Women Artists Coast to Coast’, at Prince Street Gallery in New York City and in Seattle, Washington; group shows at SOWA in Boston; and a solo exhibition at the Rockport Art Association and Museum.
Her work has won awards including the Virginia Hammond Memorial Award and the Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation Memorial Award. She was a contributor to the book “Journeys to Abstraction” by Sue St. John.
Her next solo show will be in September 2023 at the Copley Society of Art in Boston.
Robin resides and works on Cape Ann, with a studio in Gloucester, Massachusetts.