The Maier Museum of Art
at Randolph College

Art Saturday for High School Students: Dynamic Relief Prints of Aminah Robinson

Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College 1 Quinlan St., Lynchburg

Contour line drawings of oversized hands are a central motif in American artist Aminah Robinson’s work. Her large-scale woodcuts include simple, seemingly uneventful moments dramatized through scale, composition and visual contrast. After discussing Robinson’s work on view at the Maier, we will explore contour line drawing and relief printing processes with local artist Jill Jensen. […]

Art Saturday for High School Students: RagGonNons: Mixed Media Paintings by Aminah Robinson

Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College 1 Quinlan St., Lynchburg

American artist Aminah Robinson incorporated scraps of cloth, found objects, shells, and other non-conventional materials like neckties into her artwork. She coined the term “RagGonNons” to describe her mixed media paintings because she felt art making was a never-ending activity.  She continually added to old works, and believed that each person who views the work […]