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Robbie’s intent is not to reflect or convey anything ‘concrete’ or ‘real’ but to tell a story through aesthetics and elements of composition. We can see the three main elements that abstract artwork encompasses: focus on form, color and texture – all three are dominant in Robbie’s work and visualize Robbie’s desire to invite people to interpret her work through their own lens. I am also really impressed by how the artist skillfully expresses the mood and the atmosphere of the landscape she depicts. Liza Zhurkovskaya, Art Curator, Gallery Owner and Consultant

Snowed In, 36 x 36 Inches, Acrylic on wood 

New Works

Rainy Days and Nights, 36 x 36 Inches, Acrylic on Wood

Aftermath Collection

Testimonial

“Robbie Kaye’s work doesn’t fully represent realism and is not a full abstraction but a blend of both. Robbie focuses on the abstraction as her intent is not to reflect or convey anything ‘concrete’ or ‘real’ but to tell a story through aesthetics and elements of composition. We can see the three main elements that abstract photography encompasses: focus on form, color and texture – all three are dominant in Robbie’s work and visualize Robbie’s desire to invite people to interpret her work through their own lens. I am also really impressed by how the artist skillfully expresses the mood and the atmosphere of the landscape she depicts.” Liza Zhurkovskaya, Art Curator and Consultant

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