Angela M Robbins

Imagine, inside prison walls, fields of flowers at bloom. It's an interesting thought, isn't it?

Hi my name is Angela & I hope to capture those blossming faces behind concrete walls. I may be trapped inside chain-link fences topped with razor wire, but I prefer to focus on the beautiful petals & green leaves shooting up & how all these women lean towards the sun, determined to grow. I want to use my art to speak to people on different levels without being judged, I want to use my art to speak directly, heart-to-heart.

My passion, pre- prison, was photography but once inside I had to branch out. I took a drawing class & fell in love with charcoal, after my first stroke of the pencil. I spent hours everyday practicing with horrible results Gradually though, my skills grew & the faces I drew began to resemble the faces I looked at for reference. Once I developed enough skill, I began to incorporate pastel chalk & after a couple years I can now say that I am adopt at either media.
On the flipside, painting was always easier. I started with folk art flowers, moved on to T-shirts & pillows & then finally advanced to canvas. I love to use my paint brushes to capture a feeling or share a new perspective with others.

I hope, as you peruse photos of the art I created, you feel moved. There is a story behind every piece, every theme. Custom creations are my favorite & I prefer to develop unique pieces that incorporate different elements with poetry (untold) or textures (unconstructed) or theories. (prison reform), bias (Queen), racial inequity (unbound), etc. I look at every piece of art as an opportunity to speak another truth.

I would love to hear your thoughts about what you see & how art, in general, makes you feel. When I'm not drawing or painting I am teaching English  (to Spanish speakers) or Spanish to English speakers. I also love to read & listen to music or have friendly debates about politics. I look forward to making new friends as much as I anticipate a new painting

Angela M Robbins # 15276-045 FCI-Waseca
P O Box 1731
Waseca, MN 56053  USA
Sex
Female
DOB
03/31/76
Seeking
Men, Women, Friends, Donations
Race
Caucasian
Religion
Muslim
Conviction
Conspiracy to Commit Murder
Release
Serving a Life Sentence By Annual Parole Hearing
"Unconstructed"
"Koi Sleeve"
"Divided Quality"
"Unchallenged"
"Flying Through Fire"
"Unspiraling Humanity"
"Uncaged"
"Unbound"
"Queen"
"Numbered No More"
"Unfold"
"Supplication"
"Rattler"
"Beautiful Disaster"
"Geisha Girl"
"Cry Out"
"52 Chevy Truck"
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Ad Start: 12-03-20
Ad Expiration:12-03-21