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(11 months ago)
Roblin's studio is truly a multifunctional space. "The mezzanine is the creative hub," says Roblin, "since many of my original sketches for major artworks are done either in notebooks or on my Mac in this area. A wall of bookshelves provides easy access to my reference books and CD files on architecture and art."
He explains that the lower area also has many purposes. "I often use it as a study, a meeting place to show paintings to clients, or as a place to contemplate a recently finished work. If I have a particularly large painting project, the rug is rolled up and the area is prepared for creative work."
All of the artwork is by Roblin: "Choreography" (above chairs) and "Fountainhead" (at top of stairs) are from his "Spanda" series. Flanking the room, left to right, are "Barragan" and "The Conversation" from his "Wallseries."