Robyn Leigh Rozelle is a printmaker and textile artist born in Dallas, Texas. She is currently studying Studio Arts at The University of New Mexico while making art and residing in Dallas.
In her practice, she focuses on how printmaking and textiles share a unique layering process that allows her to thoughtfully reflect and allow change to occur. Her prints feel like memories, rich with dreamy colors and star filled skies. The color palettes she chooses are from photographs she takes of the sky.
Her work reflects on the experiences of women, from her own personal memories and those from generations gone by. Often reflecting on the relationships between sisters, mothers and their daughters, and the experiences of loss, tenacity, vigor and love that seem to be a common thread through her own lineage of women. Many of the stories of these women she has learned through storytelling from family, or through stories that have been passed on through family members creating a sense of folklore and wonder.