Thursday, February 04, 2016

Steal of the Month February

Surprise! Here's a fan favorite painting for this month of Love and Valentine's as the Steal of the Month - "Kissing under the Yellow Umbrella"! 

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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Sets and Pairs to decorate your home

I have placed several images in print and pillow options to be used for decor in my Fine Art America Shop, such as these pieces titled Sway and Swaying.

I thought these would be great together as prints or fabulous accent pillows.
They are here in my shop in pairs

There's so many paintings there!

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Monday, January 11, 2016

Steal of the Month January 2016 #art

The first month of the new year January 2016 Steal of the Month.
SOTM close up...


here is 

Morning Sunshine

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Sunday, January 10, 2016

First Painting of 2016 a floral of Peonies

My first painting this year is inspired by a conversation with my daughter Elise. She also gave me the peppermint marshmallow candle which I painted this piece to as a Christmas gift.

Pale Pink Peonies

The blossoms are soft and romantic.
This might be a great Valentine's gift..

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Monday, December 14, 2015

Steal of the Month December for good cause

Steal of the month for December funds will be donated to St Bernard High School Uncasville CT. in the memory of Ann Bania.

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Thursday, December 10, 2015

Host of Angels Christmas Cards

This year's selection of cards includes angels.
These are not a study of angelology, they are created in fun as an artistic way to share the joy of the season based on some of my angel paintings.
Many of these images are original paintings
 which will be made available for purchase.
I offer the cards in sets of single images and mixed sets.
click here Christmas Cards

If you wish more or less in quantity or more of one image than another in a mixed set just contact me ... I can do that!

I do have Mary cards in stock as well.

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Tuesday, December 01, 2015

Letter from Curator on Dwelling Places

Robin Maria Pedrero paints the spirit and energy of life in rhythmic layers of color.  She responds to what catches her eyes and heart, personifying nature, and evokes a range of moods: 1) beauty, 2) mystery, 3) whimsy, and 4) combinations of the aforementioned. 
The artist has said “I use a symbolic visual language exploring both the visible and invisible creating a commentary on relationships and thoughts.”  Artists create personal languages of symbol and signs, seen in both representational and non-representational work.  Pedrero associates both into images that are captivating and unique.
Robin’s technique has evolved beyond her classical training into a style that emphasizes layered color.  This is a way to build rich hue into areas of color that dates back to the very dawn of easel painting with early oil paintings by both Italian Renaissance painters and notably in the northern Renaissance painter Jan van Eyck, where many films of semi-transparent color create deeply rich results.  The artist recognizes this: “I build layers making connections and a story comes forth and unfolds. The work evolves, and quite often by the time the painting is finished it has a history of stories interwoven in the layers.”  Layered color can also be seen in many significant Modern artworks, notably in the color field paintings of Mark Rothko.
Additionally, Pedrero’s work has a fresh and contemporary flavor, in contrast to its strong traditional technical strengths.  This unity of form and content is particularly refreshing in today’s contemporary art scene.

I was proud to host Pedrero’s paintings and sculpture at the Lake Eustis Museum of Art in an exhibition entitled DWELLING PLACES: Robin Maria Pedrero from September 18 – October 31, 2015.  The work was very well received both critically and in the community.

In addition to these aesthetic strengths,  Robin is an extremely professional and competent business person, qualities not always seen in creative individuals.
Richard D. Colvin
Executive Director/Lake Eustis Museum of Art

1 West Orange Avenue | Eustis FL 32726  | 352.483.2900  |

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Monday, November 30, 2015

Free Shipping today in my Fine Art America Print Shop plus...

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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

The Ultimate result of all ambition

"Deer at Water in the Woods" Pedrero
Every once in awhile I take out my well loved copy of Simple Abundance by Sarah Ban Breathnach (a name I enjoy to repeat, some names are just fun like that) Her quote for today is by Samuel Johnson "To be happy at home is the ultimate result of all ambition." My first inclination was to argue in that "result" might not be the best word, a hope, or a goal. I was curious as to what writing that thought came from and dear google brought up this " Essays from the "Rambler", "Adventurer" and "Idler"". What interesting titles, like movie or book characters, shoes we try on in life and daydreams. As kids that was often a game we played, "Explorer" and I was an adventurer, and went on many expeditions. Having just traveled to see some autumn landscapes and pick apples, after driving hours returning home is the reward. Traveling fills the well for my creative enterprises. I come back to my studio tired, but refreshed with new visions. There's a cycle there. As I reflect I'll agree with Samuel and Sarah, "To be happy at home is the ultimate result of all ambition." How about you?

Saturday, October 03, 2015

Interview and Review of Dwelling Places at LEMA by D.Renee Wilson

Thank you Renee for the wonderful interview and review of
"Dwelling Places" at the Lake Eustis Museum of Art. 
Robin Maria Pedrero and D. Renee Wilson at "Dwelling Places" 
I do hope you will pop over to Renee's blog and read 

A closer look into Dwelling Places; Interview with artist Robin Maria Pedrero

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