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Circling Cayen Robertson 2016

 
Collected Poems ©  Cayen Robertson, collage, 16"x20"

Circling

Cayen Robertson

October 14-November 5, 2016
Reception: October 14 • 5–8pm

An active artist since the 1970s, Cayen Robertson has dedicated herself to exploring the essential qualities of shape, line, color, and space. Looking back at her mixed-media works, Robertson sees a continuum throughout the various series she has created, and notices how their elements are related. Her solo exhibit, Circling will feature selections from the last 15 years of her artistic career, and will include her most recent pieces. The exhibit opens October 14, 2016 and continues through November 5, 2016 in the Founders’ Gallery of Art Works Downtown.  The opening reception will be held on October 14, 2016, 5 to 8pm.

My nonrepresentational work is often developed as part of a series,“ says Cayen Robertson. “Each series has a unique theme that I am exploring and this may last for a few days or a few years. I leave the series and go onto another exploration when I feel I have found my internal need satisfied. What I have discovered in one series definitely informs what comes next.

In looking back over several years of work I can see my visual development. The earlier focus is on space and color. Shape, texture, and line are more recent involvements. Over the years of working and teaching I feel I have developed my eye and am now excited to bring all these elements together and I can make work which truly sings.”

Robertson has taught art for the last forty years and continues to facilitate weekly Visual Perception workshops in Mill Valley. She has been awarded an Artist Residency at the Vermont Studio Center for three years in a row (2011-13) and regularly exhibits her works in galleries throughout the Bay Area.  Please visit her website: www.cayenrobertson.com or search for her name on UGallery.com to see more examples of Cayen’s art.