Robin Cheers

by Sarah Judson November 11, 2013

Contemporary Impressionist Robin Cheers knows that "everyday" doesn't have to mean boring. "One of the things that art does at its best is to let us see the familiar as new and the ordinary as extraordinary. This is why I like simple scenes painted well enough to awaken people to the beauty and wonder of our contemporary world." The Texas-based painter spent many years doing plein air landscape painting, but when her daughter was born she turned her focus toward people. Over the years, she has studied with Elizabeth Locke, Kim English, Peggi Kroll Roberts and Ken Auster, as well as the Impressionist masters. The paintings shown here are from the Tidewater Gallery in Swansboro, North Carolina.



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