"Large Scale Abstracts and Figurative Painting Stretched on Handmade Stretchers with Linen and Cotton Duck Canvas"
Gena Brodie Robbins (M.F.A., painting, 2006) is a mixed media painter mostly known for her bold, colorful large scale abstract works investigating ambiguity, obscurity, and the ephemeral states of time and existence. Brodie has exhibited in China, France, and the U.S., and is widely collected. Brodie has won awards such as the Florida Artist Group’s Richard Dean Andruk Award curated by Sam Gilliam, and the SCAD studio space residency held at the Elizabeth Foundation Center for the Arts in NYC. Brodie is currently living and working in the greater Atlanta area.