Artist Lenore Diamond Robins was born and raised just outside of Philadelphia, along with her younger brother and sister. His father was a psychiatrist and his mother a social worker. After the birth of her daughter, she began looking for new ways to be creative and productive. Lenore started looking for art for her home, but ended up making it herself. His first pieces were made of fabric, paper and wood. The walls of his house became his gallery. Friends who visited her encouraged her to show and sell her art.
That encouragement brought her to the local outdoor art circuit for several years. Then she discovered that the Boca Raton Art Museum Artists Guild had a gallery for local artists. She began exhibiting her art at the Guild Gallery and became heavily involved in the organization, eventually being elected president and helping to grow the organization from 225 members to over 500! Having never taken formal art classes, she eagerly listened to constructive criticism from other Guild members.
Infusing shapes with energy beyond their underlying geometric basis through the use of three-dimensional space, vibrant colors and light-distorting characteristics with high-gloss resin are the foundations upon which 3D wall art of the artist is designed. Bold colors, in strong patterns, generate Lenore Robins' instantly recognizable distinctive style which has been described as "Pop Art That Really Pop!"
With consistent technique and materials, his art ranges from black and white studies to vibrant multi-colored geometric designs, giant puzzles, and even fanciful flowers and fish. All are distinctly recognizable as his creations. Each unique piece is wood-based, painted with acrylics and covered in a beautiful high-gloss resin finish. The resin is mixed by hand, poured by hand and the finishing is done with a blowtorch, a technically very difficult process that took him years to master. Variation in finish is part of the unique nature of each work. The finished art appears to be made of glass rather than wood.
The artist's art requires no additional framing. Robins believes that a purchase of original art should be an investment in the work itself, not the commercial framing one must add. This belief has heavily influenced the way she creates her art.
Lenore Robins' work is represented by several galleries across the United States and has been purchased by collectors from many parts of the world, including Austria, Canada, Colombia, England, France, Spain , Switzerland and the Czech Republic.