Robyn E Thompson-Duong
Born, living and working in Boston, MA, Robyn E. Thompson-Duong is a contemporary realist painter whose work deals with challenging the societal perceptions and stereotypes of Black femininity and beauty by depicting women of color as Mother Goddess, grand, graceful, and beautiful.
Robyn Studied visual art at Syracuse University earning a BFA in 2002. She later went on to earn an MEd from Lesley University.
Robyn is a lover of nature and all things magical, which is represented in her figurative paintings including mysterious landscapes and magical realism.
Her small work still-lifes are a glimpse into the beauty and simplicity of everyday life and activities.
Robyn has participated in several juried, non juried, and solo shows in and around the Boston area. She has been a participant of Dorchester Open studios for several years. Recently, Robyn was named the Museum of Fine Arts Emerging Fellow for 2019.
Her work is included in private collections and she has created many commissioned works of art. Robyn’s work can be seen at robynthompsonduong.com
You can also find Robyn on Instagram: @robynthompsonduong
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