Maestri Gallery
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Robin Ewing

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I have always been fascinated with color. All colors; muted colors, bright colors, dull colors, ugly colors, and all in between. I have always wondered, and thought (for more hours than I will admit), how everyone sees them individually and what that means about their reaction to that color. When I was teaching, I always told my students that color was the most important element of art.

After drawing realistically in pencil for the last 7 years, I finally dove back into my first love…color. I believe color has the power to make the viewer feel such a wide range of emotions, and feel it intensely! I am either one million percent in love with something or I cannot stand it at all. This is how I am with my paintings. I work with them, like a puzzle, until that moment when I so intensely love them, that I cannot change anything. I have always wanted people to have a strong reaction to my work, whatever that reaction may be. I believe that color is so powerful, having the ability to change a mood, invoke a memory, change someone’s opinion and simply enough, to make someone happy. My pieces range from purely non-objective pieces focusing on the colors and their interaction with each other to more abstract pieces whose focus, while having a more recognizable subject, is still color.


Available Works

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Rosie

Rosie

24” x 48”

Acrylic & Graphite on Canvas

Limited Banana Leaf Series

In Plain Sight

In Plain Sight

36” x 36”

Acrylic & Oil Pastel on Canvas

Figure Series

Being Transparent

Being Transparent

36” x 36”

Acrylic & Oil Pastel on Canvas

Figure Series

Don't Be Shy Baby

Don't Be Shy Baby

48” x 48”

Acrylic & Spray Paint on Canvas

Fiddle Leaf Series

Uprising

Uprising

48” x 48”

Acrylic & Graphite on Canvas

Figure Series

Little Spark of Madness

Little Spark of Madness

48” x 48”

Acrylic & Oil Pastel on Canvas

Room for Both

Room for Both

48” x 48”

Mixed Media on Canvas

Limited Edition for Inclusionary Vision