Robin Babitt

Robin Babitt

Written by YADIRA ROMAN

Born and raised in the U.S, artist, writer, and activist, Yadira Roman embraces her passion for the arts in a broad scope of career paths. Director of the ATIM “Create4Peace” program, Roman is an advocate for the arts and creates events and opportunities to promote arts and culture to children in underprivileged areas through outreach programs.
Robin Babitt
Robin Babitt

Robin Babitt brings a whimsical creative experience to the art of cooking. In ‘Bon Art-Petit Recipe/Art Book,’ she brings to life her intimate relationship with colors and letters to keep the thrill and adventure of learning alive.

Babitt has a unique sensory reaction known as Synesthesia. Both letters and numbers trigger a visual sensory of unique colors. Numbers take on primary colors for her, while letters create a hue cycle differentiating each based on the intensity of the colored pattern.

“Letters are different shades of colors. Numbers are primary colors. In elementary school, I saw the alphabet above the black chalkboard as a rainbow. Art class was my ally, and algebra my adversary. I thought everyone saw the alphabet as I did until I learned of a phenomenon that identified me. I have been described as unique, colorful, and animated, and I could not tell you why. My magical talent is that I see things differently than others see them. I see things through the lens of a kaleidoscope. From the very beginning, I’ve been described as unique, colorful, and possessing a ‘light.’ Some have told me that people are drawn to me because of this ‘light.’ 

Robin Babitt

Radio City Music Hall Presents THE BLINTZETTES”  Acrylic on Canvas, 36″ X 24″

BACHUKI

BACHUKI

Written and illustrated by Robin Babitt, “Bachuki, A Little Bumblebee in a Great BIG World” is a children book that explores environmental and human subjects. Through Bachuki, Babitt shares a timely message about adapting to change and honoring the environment. With an inviting rhythmic tone and friendly, relatable characters, this story shows the many faces and experiences that construct a community. Vibrant pictures warm the heart, while relaying a valuable lesson – any form of kindness makes the world beautiful. From the naïve perspective of a bee, Babitt uses commonly known social groups such as family and friendship as a stimulus, approaching complex subjects by focusing on more specific topics such as the transformation of a butterfly.

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