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All three "In with the New, Out with the Old" together in a modern home setting.
Process photo of creating the series.
Process photo of creating the series.
Process photo of creating the series.
Process photo of creating the series.
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In with New, Out with the Old Painting

Robin Jack Sarner

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 24 W x 24 H x 1.5 D in

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About The Artwork

This expression was a response to needing a reset at the beginning of the new year of 2022 after a long, hard pandemic year. I was feeling the need to rid myself of the black, dark things that plagued my former year and create space and light for the new year. Viewers will hopefully feel the overwhelming darkness of 2021and the visceral need to create change, light and new beginnings. Franz Kline and Lee Krasner were two influential forces in this triptych series.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:24 W x 24 H x 1.5 D in

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Robin Jack Sarner is a talented female artist hailing from Los Angeles. She received a degree in Art Education and when traditional training left her unsatisfied she began focusing on abstract expressionism influenced by the American mid-century masters. After a 20 year hiatus of parenting and having a career in finance, she resumed her passion for creating art. With a profound fascination for painting emotions and capturing visual narratives, Robin delves into the depths of the human experience. Through her art, she unravels the intricate connection between emotions and the transformative power of the creative process. Using large canvas surfaces, gestures, marks, drips, scratches and mixed media, her creations fuse the immersive journey of self-discovery and purpose. Robin’s upcycled creations explore nostalgia, preserve historical ephemera, honor influential loved ones and memorialize the analog age of “old school.” Her work has been exhibited in local and international galleries, published in art magazines and retains worldwide collectors. Robin continues to create and present curriculum–based abstract art projects for local school districts serving over 100,000 children annually. She actively participates in art classes and local art groups to expand her practice and aesthetic. It’s her goal to develop a strong body of work that exemplifies self-discovery with deep connections to archival material.

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