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Robin Raznick’s Earthy Impasto’ed Paintings

Robin Raznick is a versatile artist who works in oil, acrylics, mixed materials, and clay. She explores the colors, and textures of the natural world, translating them into thickly impasto’ed paintings and ornate ceramic vessels. Raznick’s paintings are influenced by Impressionist and Expressionists artists like Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Joan Mitchell, Anselm Kiefer, Allision Schulnik, as well as contemporary painter/ sculptors Jennifer Bartlett, David Hockney, and Andrew Goldsworthy. Raznick’s unique style is articulated in the undulating surfaces, dynamic mark-making, unabashed use of color, and distinctive materials selections.

In an exclusive conversation with the artist Robin Raznick, whose art speaks for itself. All the earthy materials incorporated with paints and mixed materials make a beautiful, thick canvas of in -depth Art. Raznick has been an artist since her childhood and takes inspiration from her father. In this interview Robin shares how she started her journey from being an Art specialist in Art camps to being full time artist and educator now, her inspiration for using natural elements and much more.

1. Robin, I love the feel of texture in your work. How did you embark on this journey as an artist and an educator?

2.  I love how all your paintings have earth materials incorporated into the Art. What made you choose this particular style of medium for your work?

3. How would you say your artistic style has developed and changed over the years? 

4. I just love the depth in every painting. It feels like they are speaking to us. Robin, who is your biggest source of inspiration?

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6.  What advice would you give to artists who are trying to break into the world of public art?

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