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
After several months of behind-the-scenes work and collaboration, the Town of Mountain Village, Mountain Village Owners Association and Telluride Arts announced the official unveiling of The Cabins Public Art Installation. Come see my “Josey Wales” Polish Rooster on a gondola dining cabin along with ten others that have been adorned with the art of local and regional artists placed throughout Heritage, Village Pond, Reflection and Sunset plazas for the duration of the winter in the beautiful,
Introducing a brand new place for purchasing my art on paper and canvas, framed or unframed. I’m creating a new gallery of work for you at an international printing company’s website. It’s called Geogalleries, and it features my work along with many other artists! Visit now to see all the RobiniArt you can handle! Chickens Abstracts Dogs Cats Wildlife Farm Animals Photography Magical Creatures Floral Mod Blobs! Landscapes I’m adding new work all the time,
I just want to take a minute to share the work of my friend Raven Rohrig. She’s a fellow artist here in Colorado, and juggles all of her jobs (artist, mommy and wife!) with grace and a smile. Learn all about Raven’s work at www.RavenRohrig.com and follow her on Instagram and Facebook!
For the art history buffs . . . an illustration of how the Italian Renaissance influences my work, with an accompanying link in my bio (https://linktr.ee/RobiniArt) to an essay by Nicole Smith about how this era’s “dawning recognition of human potential and scientific inquiry shaped the course of Western history and does still influence contemporary American culture today.” According to the author, “With their emphasis on Renaissance humanism and a new, more balanced approach to