Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Originals with Art Collectors

It's been a wonderful summer season, with a little more to go,
however I'm packing up my studio to move.
I'm grateful to share these originals are now in private art collections.

Something a little new
I am offering prints however they differ slightly from the original
The printed version was intentionally created to be different than the original. 
It's a practice that I intend to implement more often to give the collector an absolutely one of a kind. 


Heart of the Forest

Harvesting Tranquility

Dreams in the Mist

To my dear collectors who selected these works of art,
thank you for your love and support.
Your Artist, Robin Maria Pedrero
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Monday, July 11, 2016

Soft Wild Flowers #painting

Soft Wild Flowers Painting has gentle cooling colors for a relaxing feeling.

You see -

She's a Wildflower
in a meadow of many
growing in the wild

She's different from any other
Smiles of brightness
And full of color
She doesn't need attention
In your well attended garden

You see -
She's a Wildflower
in a desert of few
growing in the wild

She struggles to grow
In places others refuse
Surviving the horizons
In lands not intentional
She firmly plants her root

You see -
She's a Wildflower
in a region of mixed floras
growing in the wild 
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Thursday, June 23, 2016

A sense of peace with the Tranquil Series


During the month of May I felt an overwhelming need to create art that would resonate a sense of peace and tranquility. Hence I titled the series the 
"Tranquil Series" It began with this Dove (above)

Lean In by Robin Maria Pedrero

Alone Time by Robin Maria Pedrero

Tranquil by Robin Maria Pedrero

Tranquil Day by Robin Maria Pedrero

There are several more pieces in this small collection which can be viewed here on my Artwork Archive public page (bookmark it that page for future reference)
These are small pieces, which I consider to be little glimpses of hope. 

I created these before the horrific massacre here in my Orlando, and it is my hope that these images might give some comfort to so many who are hurting.  

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Monday, May 23, 2016

Roses for your sofa, chair or bed

These rose pillows are the perfect decorating mix and match accessories for a beautiful romantic pop of color

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I've given them all different titles like Afternoon Roses, Midnight Roses , Red Night Tea Roses, Cloudy Day Tea Roses , and Twilight Roses , yes there are 5 to choose from in this series. See all 5 here.

These pieces were developed from the Mother's Day bouquet from my daughter. I feel like this design has somewhat of an artdeco feel with the dark outlines. I enjoy that these look contemporary yet soft and roamticatthe sametime.

Yes of course you can get these in prints too!

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Dragonflies for your home

I happened to read this poem
 "In The Flutter Of Gossamer Wings",
here's an excerpt;
"Comes in many shapes,sizes and odd colors,
flying in such grace on those gossamer wings,
this sleek dragonfly,when seen,my soul stirs
for God in his splendor created such things!" 
Rick Fernandez Sr. 
Dragonflies buzz about my yard and pool nowadays however my first experience with them was at the "pond" that I frequently share about from my childhood. 
Older kids used to talk about them and damsel flies with fear filled wives tales that they would sew your mouth shut. Why the dragonfly would bother to do that I do not know. (insert laugh). Do you recall that tale?  

The above piece "Cattails and Dragonflies"
 can even be carried with you as your phone case

The Odonata come with much symbolism; hope, self realization, looking deeper, living life to the fullest.
What story or symbolism have you experienced with dragonflies?

The matching piece to this has a purple water lily.

I like the contract of the deep blue dragonflies against the
light blue sky and teal water. This piece "Purple Water Lily and Dragonflies" 
is also available in pillows, duvet, totes, shower curtains and prints. 

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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Featured artist of the Week on #Artworkarchive

Sometimes there are surprises that happen that can really make the week brighter and better, and this surprise of being the featured artist of the week via Artwork Archive has given me such an uplifted feeling and makes me glow a bit. You see, I was traveling last month, when I received the call that my mother had a series of strokes, I flew to her at the hospital. I stayed with her through rehab, and in her home. Now a month later I am back at my home in Florida with her. This has been a very hard month, so when I received the notice of the feature via email I missed it, however I did not miss the post on instagram which lead me to reading that I was featured, then I found the very nice email from Artwork Archive regarding the feature. I truly needed this boost. I am quite grateful.

Artwork Archive is the database specifically created for artists that I absolutely adore using for my art, collectors and galleries. I can access it wherever I am online. I can do labels, mailings, pricelists, gallery and consignment lists.  The other feature they have is called Discovery.   I can choose which piece in my database become public and can share pieces from the site online - see this is my public page.  The feature has me on their twitter banner, their instagram   and on their facebook banner too!

Good news! My mother is doing quite a bit better!

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Monday, March 07, 2016

Bunnies to Love

Find me some BUNNY to Looove...

Here's "Sweetheart Bunnies"
original here on my Artwork Archives Portfolio

are you singing yet? "Find me somebunny to luv..."

and some really fun greeting cards too
the inside greeting is customizable at no additional charge

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Friday, March 04, 2016

March Steal of the Month #bridge #art

March Steal of the Month 

8x8" acrylic on canvas 
Bridges.. exciting, crossing fears, majestic, rickety..

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Monday, February 29, 2016

Happy Leap Day!

Happy Leap Day! Is it Leap Year? It is !

Wishing you a Happy Leap Day!

Did you know there is a Leap Year Capital?

Anthony – Leap Year Capital of the World

Anthony, Texas, in the United States, is known as the “Leap Capital of the World”. Every leap year, this tiny town hosts the Worldwide Leap Year Festival.
Hmmm never knew this 

Gloves Hide Naked Ring Finger

In some places, leap day has been known as “Bachelors’ Day” for the same reason. A man was expected to pay a penalty, such as a gown or money, if he refused a marriage proposal from a woman on Leap Day.
In many European countries, especially in the upper classes of society, tradition dictates that any man who refuses a woman's proposal on February 29 has to buy her 12 pairs of gloves. The intention is that the woman can wear the gloves to hide the embarrassment of not having an engagement ring. During the middle ages there were laws governing this tradition. from Leap Day Customs

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