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As a painter, Robyn Martins prefers to use oil and cold wax, which allows for a certain playfulness with texture and form. Her subjects are almost accidental, and she finishes each piece by creating a space she'd like to stand in, an abstract figure representing a strong woman she admires, or an object she finds beautiful. She also incorporates the work of favorite poets in many of her paintings, adding lines from Whitman, Hopkins, and Dickinson to the composition. Working from her home studio, Robyn is a recent transplant to Santa Rosa Beach, having moved here from Ohio where she exhibited in several shows.
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