Three women at the beach or one seated woman reflecting on her life? This painting engages us with vibrant color and opportunities to imagine the story of the figures. Robin states that "ambiguity can lead to multiple meanings and possibilities for contact with deeper states of being and knowing. While this painting was inspired by several models, stepping back I experienced the small woman alone on the beach along with the larger figures and an intimate glimpse into her inner world."

- Robin Okun

At the Beach

Acrylic painting on stretched canvas
Finished white edges
Ready to hang

Signed on front and back

30" h x 30" w x 1.5" d
6 lbs. 0 oz.



Robin Okun
Brookline, Massachusetts

Getting to Know Robin

Robin Okun's work is both intimate and highly relatable. Her paintings reflect an incredible understanding of how we express ourselves in deeply personal moments. By focusing almost exclusively on body language and an emotionally evocative color palette, Robin encourages us to think about each character's story. And in doing so, we often find our own stories in her paintings. She layers charcoal and acrylic paint with vibrant colors, bold shapes, and fluid lines to depict forms inspired by live models, photographs, and sculpture. Robin’s visual voice is unique and recognizable. Through her work, she strives to celebrate the varied human form.