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Twinkle Valley by Robin Arthur, aka RobiniArt, 2022

A Big Thank You!

Posted by Robin on  June 24, 2022
Category: Artists and Artwork
I’d love to extend a HUGE thank you to the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade for awarding me a grant from the Colorado Artists Relief Fund! I’ve copied and pasted their recent blog post featuring my utmost thanks, below. Enjoy the read! — Robin Colorado Arts Relief Grants Help Artists Do What they do Best: Create   Many of Colorado’s artists and creative sector workers supplement their income by working in the
RobiniArt May 2022 at Paonia Colorado's Horse Cow 57 with Sean Guerrero (Chrome Sean)
Summer is (almost) here, and people in Colorado are dusting off the snow and heading outside for adventure, shopping, dining and fun! I’ve just readied my gallery space at the warehouse of Sean Guerrero, aka Chrome Sean. Click here for all the info you need to visit Sean and me and see our artwork at Horse Cow 57 Gallery in sweet little Paonia, Colorado! If you’re traveling a distance to see us, please contact me
RobiniArt portrait of Camille by Robin Arthur


Posted by Robin on  April 20, 2022
Category: Uncategorized
Please enjoy this video of my charming portrait of a pretty young woman named Camille. In the video, I talk about different visual elements in the painting, the various materials I used in its production and the methods I used to create the finished work of art. This painting was created in my home studio in Paonia, Colorado, but will hang in the beautiful Pacific Northwest region of the United States. My collector asked me

How to Frame Art Prints!

Posted by Robin on  March 16, 2022
Category: Advice
Howdy, friends! I’ve recently gotten a lot of questions on how to frame the art prints that I sell at www.RobiniArt.etsy.com. I offer reproductions of my artwork in standard sizes in order to make frame buying easier for you, but there are still a few other decisions to make when framing such as: Should I buy a mat and a frame? What size mat should I buy? What type of frame should I get? What

My Feature Article on Shoutout Colorado!

Posted by Robin on  January 14, 2022
Category: Artists and Artwork
The artist’s life is a quiet life. We work most of our time alone, in silence. So, every now and then, when the world reaches in and grabs us, we reach back! I was recently interviewed by the magazine Shoutout Colorado in their “Meet the Artist” section. They wanted to know how I began my career as a pet portrait artist and what it’s like to be a painter on the Western Slope of Colorado. I
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