Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to a Canadian mother and Welsh father, Robyn LeRoy-Evans spent much of her early life on the move. Currently, Robyn lives and works in New Orleans, where she is a member of the artist-run collective, The Front. In 2012 she achieved a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art from Sheffield Hallam University. Her most recent exhibition was the dual show GUTS & VIGOR, with Toronto-based artist, Dianne Lee. Robyn's work is held in private collections in the USA, UK, and Canada.
My work is born from a primal fascination with the body, and it’s physical, emotional, and spiritual presence in our world. A life spent travelling and moving from place to place, has led to an unrelenting desire to understand, become connected to, and interact with, my shifting surroundings. Often, this process can be challenging, inducing feelings of fear, anxiety, and a sense of unbelonging. To navigate these emotions, I use the recurring motif of the covered, disguised, or faceless figure. Photography is my primary tool to communicate my ideas, however I also implore video, sound, performance, writing, drawing, and sculpture.
Beneath, I Am Moving
On the inside II
Between The Ferns
Below She Dances