Robin Moore was born in Manhattan in 1956. Her parents were both accomplished classical musicians. Her family soon moved upstate, where she immediately took to the streams, the lush woods, the farms, dairies, and orchards tucked in the folds of the Catskill Mountains. Shortly before her teens, her family moved to the heart of downtown Los Angeles. The culture shock formed a lasting nostalgia for nature that is in much of her work. During high school she then moved to Northern California, taking up photography, but also exploring interests in music (guitar and vocals), beadwork, drawing and painting. Later she studied film and creative writing. Ultimately, though, Robin settled into painting and drawing, graduating from the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1980, with a major in both fields. Each medium she’s undertaken, however, has influenced the others, and much of her painting centers around photographs she’s taken, or is related to the songs, stories, films, or actors that have inspired her.
Elk in Fog-Pierce Point
2020. Watercolor on paper, 5 3/8″ x 7 3/8″. Painting only: $650.
Framed in a No. 1 CV—3/4″ in walnut with Nut Brown stain. (Inquire for other frame options.)
Painting framed as shown: $975.
Mendocino Headlands in Winter II
2014, Watercolor, 10-1/2″ x 8″. Painting only: $1,100.
Framed in No. 233—2-1/2” in walnut (Nut Brown). Frame price: $470. (Inquire for other frame options.)
Painting framed as shown: $1,570.
Fog Over the Cliffs at Shell Beach
2008. Watercolor, 8-1/2″ x 20″. Painting only: $1,650.
Framed in No. 1.4 CV—3″ in quartersawn white oak (Dark Medieval Oak stain). Frame price: $410. (Inquire for other frame options.)
Painting framed as shown: $2060.