Juan Carlos Pinto is an artist and art historian working in New York City. For the past 12 years,
Juan Carlos has made Brooklyn his home . A native of Guatemala, his art is as expressive as the
colorful and lush Central American nation.
Linear compositions exploring physical and psychological space, energy, patterns, connections and
dis-connections. Influenced by cities, architecture, travel, interconnectivity. Media: gouache on
paper, and paper constructions.
I am continuously reestablishing my connection with my inner self and the surrounding world. My artwork equally express my internal emotions, instincts, and fears as much as they reflect the quintessential human feelings.
Robinson's work includes ceramics, sculpture and works on paper. He is the founder of the Arts +
Crafts Research Studio; dedicated to creating independent and collaborative artifacts at the
intersection of art, craft and design.
Formally, my work is a study in abstract, complex, organic forms based on my childhood nightmares. I work predominantly with materials found in the waste stream like plastic bottles, junk mail & excess packaging.
Drywall, cabbage juice and coconut oil, rotting roses and cedar planks —my artwork distills a lived
experience into material reality. These materials take the shape of sculptural networks that serve
as biographical biomes.