About the artist

Helen Robinson is an artist based out of Brooklyn, NY. She received her bachelor’s degree in Studio Art and Art History at Vanderbilt University in 2013 and continues to build her own body of work at her studio in Brooklyn. Helen’s work focuses on conceptual portraiture that explores the nature of representation and the limitless potential of the human figure as a subject. She uses non-traditional portraiture to consider modes of representation and self-expression. Her paintings are all derived from photographs and studies and are mostly documentary in style. Overall, Helen's work expresses human connection and social interactions based on our relationship to our surroundings and one another.

Helen Robinson is an artist based out of Brooklyn, NY. She received her bachelor’s degree in Studio Art and Art History at Vanderbilt University in 2013 and continues to build her own body of work at her studio in Brooklyn. Helen’s work focuses on conceptual portraiture that explores the nature of representation and the limitless potential of the human figure as a subject. She uses non-traditional portraiture to consider modes of representation and self-expression. Her paintings are all derived from photographs and studies and are mostly documentary in style. Overall, Helen's work expresses human connection and social interactions based on our relationship to our surroundings and one another.