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Colette Robbins
Presented by Some.Time. Salon


Colette Robbins, Rorschach Totem: Apophenia, Graphite on Papier-Mache on Polymer, 15.5 x 7 x 5.3”, 2015

Inspired by Rorschach dripping ink blot, artist Colette Robbins brings dimensions to life in totem sculptures. In a rigorous technique uploading ink blots into CAD renderings and finishing the sculptures with papier-mache, the artist explores phenomenon wherein one interprets meaning from meaningless patterns.

 

 

SOME.TIME.SALON will be presenting at Art on Paper Miami [Booth J5] with works by Kari Cholnoky, August Oz, Colette Robbins, Lauren Toomer, The Second Impression, and Jake Ziemann. 

SOME.TIME.SALON's booth features a playful conversation exploring the limits of 2D through color, line, and form between collages by Jake Ziemann, drawings by Kari Cholnoky, and painterly drawings by August Oz. The artists create whimsy in self-referential abstractions by utilizing quotidian materials and repetitive gestures. The sculptures on view - ceramics by Jake Ziemann and a hybrid of 3D printed plastic and paper by Colette Robbins - are both of the artists attempts to give physical form to the languages developed in their works on paper. 

contact anna@sometimesalon.com for a pass

Preview
Tuesday December 1, 2015
5:00pm to 10:00pm

Public Hours
Wednesday, December 2, 2015 — 11:00am to 7:00pm

 

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SOME TIME SALON

SOME.TIME.SALON‘s booth features a playful conversation exploring the limits of 2D through color, line, and form between collages by Jake Ziemann, drawings by Kari Cholnoky, and painterly drawings by August Oz. The artists create whimsy in self-referential abstractions by utilizing quotidian materials and repetitive gestures. The sculptures on view – ceramics by Jake Ziemann and a hybrid of 3D printed plastic and paper by Colette Robbins – are both of the artists attempts to give physical form to the languages developed in their works on paper.

 

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