Born in Sydney, Robyn moved to British Columbia and in 1979 received a Bachelor of Education Degree. She studied Renaissance art in Europe, and moved to the Queen Charlotte Islands, Canada, teaching native Haida children and adult printmaking at night. In Vancouver she began the theory portion of her post-graduate degree, with an art major. After completing research in Australia, she was awarded a Master of Arts Degree, from the University of British Columbia in 1995. Robyn is a relief teacher in the ACT and has been a member of the Studio One Print workshop (now Megalo Arts) since 1987.
Robyn’s work ideologically and physically spans her two familiar continental influences from the waters that pervades both Western Canada and Eastern Australia. Her information rich etchings are often adorned with embossing, engraving, solar plate, hand colouring, copper and gold leaf to depict her chosen subjects.
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