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Paulina Roybal - Artist

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Art, any type, interests me.   I have found myself breaking out of my shell and exploring more.   Where first I would write, then I would photograph, now I will paint.   There are so many ways to express ones creativity.   I hope you like me sharing my creative adventures.   Writer, photographer, abstract artist - Paulina
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Photographer Paulina Roybal One Of The 26 Artists On Exhibit In The RedHanded Show

Aurora, CO - June 9th, 2013

(from the DenverArts.org press release) This year's Juror Collin Parson is the Exhibition Manager and Curator of the Arvada Center. He had quite a task selecting the final 34 works of art from over 100 submissions from around the country. His great eye and curating style has given us what we believe is the best RED show yet. We can't wait for you to see his selections. RedHanded 6 showcases 26 artists working in all styles and mediums in shades of the color RED. Our 2013 Artists: Kyle Banister :: Jill Renee Grant :: Samantha Johnston Al Heuer :: Susan Walker :: Charlie Walter :: Paulina Roybal Kym Bloom :: Tracy Frickey :: Kasey Cline :: Dane Stephenson Gary Reed :: David Conger :: Ellen Yeiser :: Jennie Milner Paul R Bender :: Desiree Valles :: Bruce Nall :: Carol Schinkel Bob Jewett :: Brenda Labier :: Kay & Doug Gross Victoria Eubanks :: Sasha Rex :: Judy Gardner :: Elaine Rexdale Tenn Street Art 4418 Tennyson St Denver, CO, 80212 303.455.0279

Its All Here In Black And White Book Features Photography By Paulina Roybal

Aurora, CO - June 9th, 2013

IT'S ALL HERE IN BLACK AND WHITE: 20x13 [+30] a book of photography tbellphotographic studio|gallery A panel of 13 professional artists, curators, gallerists and other notable individuals determined the exhibit. each juror was presented with the entries submitted from all over the united states, and independently selected the works which he/she deemed the strongest and most interesting. There were no subject matter restrictions for the show, entries just had to be black and white (or monochrome) and lens-based. the resulting exhibit is interestingly diverse in subject matter, but the common thread of the black and white medium creates a strong and cohesive presentation. There was significant interest in this show, nearly 480 images were submitted. although only 20 pieces will hang in the gallery during the show, 30 additional pieces received considerable juror interest which merit...

Time Capsule Book Features Photography By Paulina Roybal

Aurora, CO - June 9th, 2013

Time Capsule – A book of Photography The group photography show, now available in a book , focuses on contemporary culture. artists were asked to think about the “here and now” — what and who inspires their work; where and when they grab a camera, a phone or anything with a lens to capture what is happening in the world around them; and how technology and/or social media has changed the way they use photography as an artistic expression. the “landscape” changes so quickly in our modern lives that a month, a week, or even a day can hold revelations. thinking in time capsule terms helps us communicate something about today, examine where we are in relation to the past, and imagine where we may be heading in the future. it helps us question what things are important and why the future may be different because of what is happening now. CORE will be presenting a perspective on our imm...

Photographer Paulina Roybal Featured In 303 Magazine Article

Aurora, CO - December 30th, 2012

This article was released during the 2012 Community Show at Gallery NRC. My image of a tangled giant slinky was on exhibit during the show. I named it ' Fun for a girl and a Boy'. It was recognized as the abstract art in the show. In Focus: Local photographers and cool gift ideas by LESYA KLYMENKO LIU on Dec 16, 2012 • 12:19 pm No Comments This holiday season, gallery nrc provides an opportunity to not only see local photographic talents, but also to shop for charming unique prints for everyone and anyone on your list. A small gallery is packed with huge mounted photographs and small holiday cards of all kinds. During the month of December, works of fourteen local photographers, working in different styles, are presented in 4th Annual Community Show in Tennyson Street Cultural District. Visitors will enjoy familiar scenery of the Denver area, but will also be surprised by th...