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Keryn Robinson

Melbourne based visual artist. Dulcius ex asperis 💝 🎨 🐝 Abstract expressionist, fluoro and text based works. Message me about murals/commissions

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These glittery little beauties are for sale... 1. Blue planet, 20cm diam, mixed media on board 2. Under the sea, 20cm diam, mixed media on board 3. Portal, 15 x 15cm, mixed media on canvas $70 each plus postage #artistsoninstagram #artforsale #womenartists #affordableart

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She who loves roses must be patient and not cry out when she is pierced with thorns ~Sappho #beauty #nofilter #poetry #gardens

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Happy World Art Day to all the artists out there! Yayoi Kusama is one of my favourite artists, still painting every day at 91! #inspiration #artistsoninstagram #colourpop Posted @withregram@_yayoi_kusama_

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Gardenia, praying mantis and frangipani on my terrace... grateful for my home atm #autumn #lockdown #covid_19

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Posted @withregram@chaserwar The report was supposed to summarise a serious deterioration in sales in the 3Q, mainly due to the impact of the coronavirus. Instead, it contained 13 pages of random letters, punctuation marks and numbers. Returning to her chair with her cup of tea, the home worker did notice that the report had already been filled up, but she was reading a really interesting article about how Richard Wilkins was recovering from the coronavirus, and she so sent the report off without proofreading it. “Great work on that report,” the boss is reported to have emailed back just moments after it had been sent. The last time a quarterly sales and marketing report was read by one of its recipients was in 2003, after it was opened by accident. Experts say there has been an upsurge in cat-authored writing since most workers have started working from home. “I’m pretty sure most of the communications coming from the Prime Minister’s office has been written by a cat,” said one expert. The incident has made some writers wonder whether cats would be able to write satirical news articles without anyone noticing ;lkjf09u098jkla;cvk:”>?,vc90 9sdf 08u hasdf8hp9f87 y123’ko 1]\=-9\’ioasdv[poa8eu alkwrv\=32of\=2-09 f0834hionklv;/3o2kr]\=1-20I #ipo[psdug [098ydfhgi43 2t02 jnsdv,mn’pasdovu b=-0789 234t;;lk ;sdalicub 480thr;lkpjup98u akmdn l;kaisfy7b9a8 y4p3jkthg;lopd87bo

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Posted @withregram@obeygiant When @rollingstone approached me about doing a portrait of @gretathunberg for their cover, I was excited because the climate crisis and environmental destruction are issues I focus on in my work. I think Greta Thunberg is incredibly compelling and a great role model for all people and Rolling Stone is a source of excellent journalism and should be supported. The Coronavirus is deservedly getting the majority of our attention and anxiety right now. Still, I think it is important to point out that the virus has illuminated deficiencies in our systems. It has created turmoil , and all of this is a warning for the devastating collapse of eco-systems and other structures we need to remain stable to avoid global chaos that will happen if we fail to address climate change. We only have one planet, and I’m proud and grateful that Greta Thunberg has shown so much drive and courage standing up for it! -Shepard ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁣ Check out the full story on @rollingstone through the link in bio.

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My neighbour’s kids decorated our front entrance 🌈💕 #thistoowillpass #inspiration #goodneighbors #hope #kidsart

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Posted @withregram@mreamstudios Frida Opening Night. Me with two of my artworks inspired by Frida Kahlo The exhibition is open Saturdays and Sundays from 1–4pm until 5 April #artistsoninstagram #supportlocalartists #westside #painting🎨 #sculpture #melbourne #artspace

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Posted @withregram@jacindaardern One year ago today, our country changed. Rather than share my thoughts on that day, or what’s happened since, I wanted to share the words of the two Imams of the mosques that were attacked on the 15th of March, who this week issued a simple request called the Christchurch Invitation. They said: “Within the Muslim community we have spent much time discussing our shared world. Our deep wish is that the March 15 flood of support builds into something lasting; something that benefits everyone. It doesn’t have to be with big gestures. It can be small – maybe one small, clear change ... • What help could I give to someone? • Who needs me? • Who can I stand up for? Last year we witnessed beautiful intentions and actions when people saw past labels and differences, saw other people as human beings, and came together after that dreadful shooting. This is an invitation to remember what saw, to recognise that this was us, and to keep those intentions alive.” While there will be no memorial today, I hope we all hear the words of the Imams and community, and choose to act in honour of those we lost on March 15. That is the least we owe them.

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