July 5 – July 31, 2006 in the center’s Hill Atrium. The exhibit is free and open to the public. The Georgia Center is located on the campus of UGA at 1197 S. Lumpkin Street in Athens.
Robin’s work features rich, shimmering layered handmade paper, metallic flake, stucco, found objects, sand, oil stick and/or acrylic paint. Incorporating concepts of Celtic design in a modern sense, Robin finds inspiration in the lines, shapes, colors and forms of organic and man-made shapes from DNA spirals, curled ropes, to spiral staircases and sea stacks.
Elements of sand, acrylic and metallic paint, oil pastel, metallic flakes, glitter, acrylic stones, glass beads, paper and tin have all made appearances in her paintings; in her photographs, she actively looks for the hidden in plain view.