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Updated: Jan 31


Contemplating Blue

Can We All Just Get Along

Oh My!

A Very Nugget Day

Waiting on Breakfast



From large, life-sized pieces and 3D sculptures to small postcard-sized arrangements, Robin's keen eye and gripping esthetic guide her viewers into her own semi-readymade world. Repurposing these nostalgic images for lighthearted and sometimes disquieting messages; Robin’s artistic universe is strange, funky, sometimes perverse and always alluring.





Updated: Feb 6


Because You Love Me, 60 x 80 cm

Love Joy, 60 x 80 cm

This Is How I Love You, 50 x 70 cm



Jocelyn Ulevicus is an American artist, writer, and poet. Her work is either forthcoming or published in magazines such as SWWIM Every Day, The Laurel Review, The Free State Review, and elsewhere. Ulevicus is a Best of The Net, Best Poets, and two-time Pushcart Prize nominee.  Her first collection of poems, The Difference Between Breathing and Swallowing was recently published by Saturday Morning at the River Press. Ulevicus loves weight lifting, ice cream, and her favourite quality in a person is kindness to strangers and animals. You can follow her on Instagram @jocelyn.ulevicus.





Updated: Feb 2


Happy Day 30x40

Stack of Bowls 30x40

Oranges

Paper Moon 30x40

Love Raymond 30x40


Emily Krill is an artist and graphic designer living in Pittsburgh. She makes collages out of paper ephemera like ledger books from the 1800s, spelling homework from the 1940s, and mimeographs from the 1970s. It’s all mixed up in bright and colorful ways. Her main concern is that her work makes people happy. She thinks art should be like the City of Pittsburgh: livable.





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