I have 2 pieces currently showing in the Museum of Northern History in Kirkland Lake. One of them – “Canadian Shield #2” was chosen for a Contemporary Art award.
Excited to be part of Paper III at Lee Contemporary Art! This juried show runs from March 28 to April 13, 2019 at 5 Peter Street, South, Upper Level, Orillia ON
CTV News ran a segment covering the CNIB’s PhoneItForward initiative. Craig Momney interviewed Robyn at Tango Artspace (where you can pick up donation envelopes for your old smartphones). See the stories here:
OMAH Festival of Trees November 17, 2018
Sir Sam’s Society Art Exchange Party November 2, 2018
Somniatis III Wearable Art Show
This show is running for the entire month of July at Twig Creative (6 Peter St. S, Orillia). Feministo is a quartet of female abstract painters, that includes Patti Agapi, Robyn Rennie, Stephanie Stanton and Catherine Cadieux.
My visually-accessible tactile art installation at the launch of ‘Streets Alive 2018″ in downtown Orillia
OMAH Annual International Women’s Day Show
I will have one of my pieces in this years show at the Orillia Museum of Art and History. Last years show was a big success, so I’m looking forward to participating again. www.orilliamuseum.org/events/856-exposure-22nd-annual-international-womens-day-art-show
February ART HOP in the downtown Orillia Arts District
Art & Home Studio is participating in the February Art Hop. Come out, enjoy some art, meet me and see my work in person. https://www.facebook.com/events/1549958795058942/
North Simcoe Life Magazine
I was featured as one of the local female artists participating in the upcoming Women’s Day Art Show at the Museum of Art & History in the latest issue of North Simcoe Life magazine. See the article here: www.northsimcoe.life/online_edition/feb2018/mobile/index.html#p=19
There was a nice article in Orillia Matters about me, discussing how how my visual impairment has impacted my art. See the whole article here: www.orilliamatters.com/local-news/a-visual-artist-with-a-visual-impairment-826878
Our Musical Universe show
The University of Toronto Planetarium created a new show geared to people with visual impairments (Our musical universe show for visually impaired). I was fortunate enough to attend a pre-release screening, and to work with the talented Matt Russo, who created it. He asked to use my painting “Myth” that was inspired by the show to use in promotional material. I was also interviewed about the show, and many news outlets have published the article. You can read it on local outlets like Orillia Matters site or Barrie Today as well as a number of national papers. This extraordinary show resonated with me because its use of alternate media to represent the visual world we live in aligns with my use of texture and form to represent how I experience the world.