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Robyn Alatorre

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San Rafael, CA

Birth year

Lives in
Redondo Beach

Works in
Hermosa Beach


Representing galleries

Political, seascape, wave, ocean, beach landscape, dogs, fantasy realism realism, painting, figurative, mixed-media, pop, surrealism

Upcoming Exhibitions and Events
Aug, 2016 A Clandestine History of Art
Neutra Institute Gallery and Museum

Artist statement

My work deals first with traditional compositional frameworks. It is my intent to produce an aesthetically pleasing structure of color, shape and space that evokes the composition of paintings from the Old Masters. From there, I select subject matter that deals with irony or seemingly humorous juxtaposition of objects, but I aim for subtlety. I consider a painting to be successful if the spectator is confused about its meaning, or feels the need to ask questions about the painting. Although the painting’s title gives a clue to my intentions, I prefer the viewer to come up with their own meaning based on their personal experiences.

I also do traditional realism specializing in seascapes—a girl’s gotta eat!

Recent Exhibits

Robyn Alatorre participated in these exhibits:

Jul, 2016 Spectrum-Gestalt 3 Closing Reception
bG Gallery
Jun, 2016 Spectrum-Gestalt 3
bG Gallery
Jun, 2016 Out There
Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825
May, 2016 Hashtags Unplugged
Caelum Gallery
Nov, 2015 South Bay Focus 2015
Torrance Art Museum
Jun, 2015 Strange Paradise
First Street Gallery
Click here to see all exhibits for Robyn Alatorre

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