Robyn Hendrix


Robyn Hendrix creates textured watercolor paintings of whimsical imagery inspired by landscape, nature and biology. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art from Carleton College in 2005 and has lived in the Twin Cities since 2006. Her work is informed by an upbringing in the Palouse region of Eastern Washington, time spent abroad in Ecuador and Australia, a strong environmentalist and feminist sensibility, and a passion for education and community development fueled by extensive work in the fields of childcare and social service. Robyn was an Artist Organizer with the Friendly Streets Initiative and coordinated social media for the Irrigate project. She was a 2013 Intermedia Arts Creative Community Leadership Institute fellow and previously served as a Board Member and Co-Chair of the Exhibitions Committee for the Women’s Art Resources of Minnesota (WARM). Robyn also has extensive experience as a preschool teacher and earned her Child Development Associate (CDA) credential in 2013. Her paintings and drawings have been included in exhibits at the Northfield Arts Guild, Intermedia Arts, Susan Hensel Gallery, the Katherine G. Nash Gallery, the Phipps Center for the Arts, several WARM member exhibitions, and in a 2011 solo show at the Baroque Room.

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