Various Gallery Exhibition Articles and Reviews:

 

Kaveri Raina: “Will I Be Missed” – The Columbus Dispatch Review – Sunday, October 30, 2016

Aminah Robinson – “In Honor of President Barack Obama: Aminah Robinson’s The Presidential Suite” – Columbus Alive Review – September 23, 2016

Aminah Robinson – “In Honor of President Barack Obama: Aminah Robinson’s The Presidential Suite” – The Columbus Dispatch Review – Sunday, October 30, 2016

Aminah Robinson – “In Honor of President Barack Obama: Aminah Robinson’s The Presidential Suite – Starr Review

“Surfaces” – The Columbus Dispatch Review – August 14, 2016

“Six Plus One” – The Columbus Dispatch Review –  May 29, 2016

Paul Hamilton: “The Beginnings of Journeys” – The Columbus Dispatch Review – April 3, 2016

Denny Griffith: “Another World and Other Works” – The Columbus Dispatch – January 30, 2016

Laura Alexander & Andrea Myers: “White Noise” – The Columbus Dispatch Review – October 18, 2015

“Carol Stewart: Poetry of Light and Color” – THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH ARTS&LIFE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2014

Carol Stewart: City Scene Magazine Sept-Oct 2014

 

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Aminah Robinson on 10-TV News

WBNS Channel 10 TV’s Jerry Revish interviews Aminah Robinson at Hammond Harkins Galleries
Columbus Artist Explains How Poindexter Village Influenced Her

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Aminah Robinson at the Forte Awards

Thank you to the Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus for a wonderful evening at the Columbus Museum of Art! The CGMC honored
Aminah Robinson and Loann Crane as the 2013 recipients of the Forte Award. The Forte Award honors individuals who
“dedicate their lives, personally and professionally, to both the arts and social justice in Central Ohio.”

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Aminah Robinson inducted into the
City of Columbus Hall of Fame

 

Past Show; Dennison Griffith: “The Power of the Mark”: Exhibit Review: Hammond Harkins Galleries: Distinctive style given a fresh look, The Columbus Dispatch Sunday November 4, 2012

Gallery Artist Paul Hamilton: “Painting Ohio’s Poetry: Paul Hamilton Depicts Narrative Behind Landscapes”  The Columbus Dispatch.  June 2010

“It seems that nothing can stance the flow of narrative art produced by Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, whose richly embellished subjects run from ancient Africa to her birthplace, Columbus, Ohio, and who celebrates her heritage in materials that range from leaves, bark and twigs to buttons and cast-off clothes…Besides its sheer visual pizazz, what’s compelling about Ms. Robinson’s art is that in its own garrulous, very personal way it ruminates on the history of black migration to, and settlement in, the United States from early times to the present.”

– Grace Glueck, The New York Times

“Griffith, president of the Columbus College of Art & Design, uses the natural world as inspiration for his lyrical, abstract paintings.  The panels of “Botanica” are enveloped by large, dark, rhythmic hues.  Against the somber backgrounds emerge splashes of color and playful calligraphic lines…Indeed, the entirety of Griffith’s show, “New Paintings for a New Decade,” seems to speak the language of surface and texture.  And equally important is what lies beneath that surface.”

-Amy Davis, The Columbus Dispatch

“McGinn captures nighttime street scenes of storefronts, restaurants and taverns he has viewed at different times of the day and year in Columbus and other cities…Open Road, a picture of railroad tracks in Columbus, is unexpectedly magnetic, with the tracks glistening in the dark and signal lamps glowing along the roadbed.”

-Bill Mayr, The Columbus Dispatch

 
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