Robin Moline is an Illustrator/Artist whose artwork has been commissioned by top companies, design firms and publishers from around the globe. Robin knows how to bring the most to great assignments and private commissions with her rare ability to make her paintings in Acrylic, look anything but ordinary.
Robin grew up in Northern Minnesota and graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. She has freelanced since the early 1980's and taught Professional Illustration Practices at her alma mater in the mid 90's. She and her husband also an illustrator, moved their studios and many pets to the beautiful St. Croix River Valley in the late 90's. Out in the river valley Robin finds endless inspiration to create new images.
Robin has had her work displayed at the John Deere Pavilion in Moline Illinois for many years and had a large scale piece of artwork at the St. Louis Botanical Garden. She has done illustration work for Celestial Seasonings and the official maps for the US Open for over a decade. Robin more recently created the artwork for the popular themed Farmer's Market Stamps for the USPS and has had her artwork on covers of The Saturday Evening Post.
In 2018 Robin was honored to be invited to have her Grant Wood like style landscapes and images on display at the American Gothic House in Eldon, Iowa.
During the past few years she has been making available through Fine Art America and Pixels.com a variety of her most popular and requested paintings as Giclee prints in her Folk Realism Gallery and Illustration Gallery. There is also a fun gallery of her ant characters done for a Hollywood Marketing Group client. Her latest print gallery is featuring her extensive collection of digitally designed and painted Art Globes which is an ongoing series she's been working on for the last six years. All galleries have other merchandise available as well.
FAA and Pixels and it's affiliates are the only legitimate website that Robin's prints are for sale. Any other site if not linked to FAA is an imposter and has stolen her work.
Contact Robin directly if you are interested in her doing commissioned artwork or want to inquire about interest in purchasing original artwork from her Illustration Gallery which is on display in the illustration gallery. You may view additional work at her personal website at http://www.robinmoline.com/ or email her directly at email@example.com
Robin also has a variety of her art available as stock Illustration. If interested in that type of usage you may contact her art agent Jen Vaughn at http://www.jenvaughnart.com/
Robin Moline joined Fine Art America on November 18th, 2010.