Marrin Robinson, a native of New England and granddaughter of the artist Aldro Hibbard, spends her summers painting in Vermont and her winters teaching art at various academic institutions - The American University in Cairo, Egypt; Smith College, Boston; and Principia College, Illinois.
Born in 1960, Marrin Robinson lived in France between 1965 and 1968, and again between 1978 and 1980. Her undergraduate degree was from Dartmouth College, her M.F.A. from Washington University and she was a participant at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and at the Leo Marchutz School in Aix-en-Provence, France. She has been Artist-in–Residence at The Colorado College and The American College of Greece in Athens. Her first visit to Greece was in 1983 when she spent three months studying archaeology with Dartmouth College's foreign study program. Since then she returned a number of times to Greece to draw and paint. A recipient of a fellowship to paint at the Ragdale Foundation, she also spent a year painting in Portugal funded by a Fulbright Grant. Among other places her paintings have been exhibited in New York City; Colorado Springs; Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt; and at The American College of Greece, Athens. She also produced installations in Chicago and at The Brattleboro Museum of Art in Vermont.
Marrin Robinson currently lives and works in Illinois.