One look at the portfolio of artist Robyn Feeley and you may be asking
“Why paint animals?” Robyn’s response would most likely be “Why not?
Inspired by the raw beauty and unconditional love that emanates from the animals, her
whimsical pastel portraits truly capture the essence of each animal.
This self-taught artist has an uncommon approach to her work. Her ability to think
outside the box allows her artwork to be free and quite fluid. Robyn has developed a
style that is truly unique. Her rich, vivid, whimsical portraits are all painted by hand.
Her use of colour and her ability to blend the many layers of pastel give these portraits
the depth she strives to achieve.
Working from photographs and personality descriptions, Robyn has been delighting her
clients from New York to Los Angeles since 2003.
Children of all ages are attracted to Robyn’s uncommon style. She has taught young
artist workshops at the Willows Community School in Culver City as well as privately
out of her home studio in Topanga.
Robyn shares her home in Topanga canyon California with her son Max, three rescue
dogs and a miniature pot belly pig named Frank. Her environment is rich with
inspiration. Including, but not limited to, a hand painted vintage carousel horse.