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Robyn W. Fairclough
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Robyn Whitney Fairclough’s work is as much about painting as it is the subjects she paints; “It is the process of painting that bring the final resolution; it is the process that allows me to explore not just figure, but what is happening outside the figure.” There is a strength, sometimes even a ferocity in the bold strokes that frame her subjects and the strong lines that define them. These are neither depictions of the idylls of childhood nor celebrations of innocence.
Fairclough received her BFA degree in Painting from the University of California at Santa Cruz and her MFA from Johnson State College, in a joint program with the Vermont Studio Center.