About the Artist
Iconic portraiture, animal instinct, endangered species, and Dias de los Muertos. These are a few of the topics award winning artist Robyn Feeley seeks to capture in her unique signature style.
Something between caricature and pure whimsy, combining vibrant pastel with recycled ceramics, Robyn seeks to create images that venture far from the mundane depiction of reality.
Among her proudest accomplishments is her Business of the Year award from the Topanga Chamber of Commerce in 2010.
Along with awards from the California Senate, Congressinal Recognition, Awards of Excellence from the Sacramento Art Association, The Chesterton Art Center and the Valporaiso Art Barn. In 2005, she was commissioned to create the artwork
for the Walgrove Elementary School Mural Project in Venice California. She was also awarded a grant from the Long Beach Port Authority in 2017. Robyn has exhibited in numerous group and solo shows and hundreds of fine arts festivals. Her work is held in private collections throughout the US and internationally.
Born and raised on Chicago's south side then years nestled in the hillside of Topanga canyon California, a year back home to her roots in Northwest Indiana, Robyn's new studio is hidden amongst the Ponderosa pines in Flagstaff Arizona.