About Gina Lee Robbins
Gina Lee Robbins is an Indianapolis-based visual and teaching artist. She’s been working in clay for 30 years, and picking up artifacts along waterways, wooded paths, city alleys, and thrift shops for as long as she can remember. She holds degrees in English and French literature and is a teaching artist at Indianapolis Art Center, and Arts for Learning, Indiana. She has exhibited or curated in locales such as: the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Koehnline Museum of Art, Masur Museum of Art, Freeport Art Museum, Harold Washington Library, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, Oliva Gallery, Bradley University Galleries, Jack Olson Gallery at Northern Illinois University, Rockford Museum of Art, St. Xavier University Gallery, University of Wisconsin Union South Gallery, and SOFA Chicago, among others. She is an active artist member of Woman Made Gallery, National Women’s Caucus for the Arts,
Chicago Sculpture International, and Mid-South Sculpture Alliance. Her sculptures can be found in private and corporate collections worldwide. Info on exhibitions, awards, and events can be found at www.ginaleerobbins.com.