ROBIN STANAWAY Biography:
American artist Robin Stanaway is a sculptor who lives in Taos, New Mexico. Her installations in glass, light, space (and sometimes sound) have been exhibited at: the P.S.1 Museum and Contemporary Art Center, New York City; the NIME Conference in Paris, France; Steim in Amsterdam, the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Steuben Gallery, New York; Tucson Museum of Art and Queens Museum of Art among others. As the recipient of a Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation fellowship, Stanaway created “The River”, a 77-foot installation of glass and projected light for the 2002 opening of the Pittsburgh Glass Center, where she was also the first artist in residence. The artist's work is included in permanent collections such as the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C and Capital One Corporate Collection. Stanaway’s commissions include the “Luminaries” a series of sculptures for the Pennsylvania Governor’s Awards for the Arts, Science and Humanities; ; and “Genesis” a site specific installation in seven windows at the Temple Emanuel, Mount Lebanon, PA. In 2005 Stanaway installed “Continuum”, a large scale cast glass and fabricated stainless steel, public artwork created for the lobby of the State Museum of Pennsylvania,and recently "Nebula Cluster" in the corporate lobby at 707 17th street, Denver. Stanaway moved to New Mexico in 2005, returning to the skies and landscapes that have inspired her twenty seven years of investigations, sculptures and installations with projected light, glass and space. Stanaway received an MFA in Glass Sculpture from The Ohio State University and a BFA in Photography, Film and Intermedia from Minneapolis
College of Art and Design.