Location: 491 Corydon
Heather Robbins is a self-taught artist living in Winnipeg since 2006. Having exhibited and sold her work in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, Robbins has been involved in different art clubs and organizations over the years.
Robbins’ repertoire is comprised mostly of paintings of nature, but she has recently begun experimenting with sculpting in clay.
For her Corydon Avenue piece, Robbins chose the Scottish culture, as it was one of the major influences in the creation of Winnipeg. The piece focuses primarily on the history of the Scottish people in Winnipeg. On the front of the piece are images relating to Scottish history in Winnipeg.