Aminah Robinson works highlighted at Hammond Harkins Gallery

“Blackberry Patch Character: Pig Peddler” by Aminah Robinson

Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, the enormously talented combined-media artist from Columbus, was also enormously prolific.

Continuing by way of Oct. 3 at the Columbus Museum of Art is “Raggin’ On,” an exhibit of much more than 200 items — not even the total extent of the late artist’s performs — are integrated in the museum’s selection.

And yet, there’s far more to see currently in Columbus. Hammond Harkins Gallery, whose proprietor, Marlana Hammond Keynes represented Robinson for 25 yrs, is presenting the exhibit “Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson: Masterworks” via June 13. The 36-piece show is a pleasant and various sampling of some of Robinson’s most impressive works.

“Aminah was just outstanding in the overall body of her function,” Keynes claimed. “That’s all she did. Her eating area experienced a job, there was a challenge in the kitchen and in the dwelling place — that’s in which she designed the “Presidential RagGonNon.”