Join us for a closing reception to honor our featured artist Romeo Robinson
Join us for a closing reception to honor our featured artist Romeo Robinson this Friday evening at 6pm in the Smith Room.
My preferred medium is mixed media and I have adopted acrylic, charcoal, pastel, and collage as my present day preferences. I have coined the phrase “controlled chaos” to describe my methodology. I define this as the manipulation of color, images, words, and phrases in a random manner in an effort to create a narrative. My narratives may include my own thoughts as well as others about any topic affecting our existence. Some of the topics I find interesting and worthy of discussion are racism, immigration, fitting in and self worth as teenagers, and hunger. My goal is to become more effective at telling these stories as I grow as an artist.
I started my journey In New York City at the Germaine School of Photography. It was continued at San Jacinto College and culminated at the MFAH Glassell School of Art; where I presently reside as a member of the “Block “ program. I have had the privilege to display my work at the San Jacinto College Gallery, the San Jacinto College Library, various VAA exhibitions, Carolyn Garcia Gallery, the Houston City Wide African American Artists Exhibition, the Houston Museum of African American Culture, the Gallery space at West Gray Dental, and at the NCV Wine facility.