Kate Robinson
Artist Bio
Kate Robinson is a painter and ceramicist living and working in Glebe, Sydney and Duramana, via Bathurst, NSW. She holds a BA Hons (USYD) and Certificate (Art) TAFE. Kate has participated in numerous artist trips, residencies and workshops, including to northern and central Australia, NT; the Monaro Plains, NSW; and Shanghai and Jingdezhen. More recently she participated in The Painted River Project (WSU) and exhibitions at Moree Regional Gallery. Her works have been shown at Raft Artspace Gallery, Alice Springs; BAMM, Moree; Braemar Gallery, Springwood; Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Newtown; Project Gallery 90, Paddington; Be Brave Gallery, Avalon; and Kil.n.it exhibitions. 
Artwork Statement
My ceramic sculptures are inspired by plein-air sketches and paintings. I believe in the importance of recognising our dependence on the world we inhabit, and my tree tiaras and crowns remind us of the sentinel power of these lifeforms. During the lockdowns, I began creating landscapes on hand-made tiles and continue to explore connection through large, hand-built stoneware vessels. Ceramics allows me to learn about the elemental forces that shape our planet and embrace the serendipity of the process. I'm thrilled to combine art, technology, and play. It feels like a full-circle journey from my career designing technology-mediated learning experiences.
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