| "Quietly striking" is how James Mills, Art Director of the Denver Post, described artist Robin Laws work. It is a theme that echoes through
the high plains of Northeastern Colorado where she was born and raised. From the beginning, in a two-room school in Woodrow, Colorado,
Robin has described her surroundings through her artistic expression. The artist's style has evolved through the years, benefited by attending
workshops, seminars, and classes including the Scottsdale Artist School, the Cowboy Artists of America, the Foothills Art Center and others
too numerous to list. Robin has many awards, exhibitions, and shows to her credit, including the Ducks Unlimited Artist of the Year for
the state of Colorado and the Anna Hyatt Hunnington Award for sculpture.
Her work has been shown in such places as the National Arts club and the Salmagundi Club both, located in New York, the Cowboy Artists
of America in Kerrville, Texas, the Museum of Western Art in Denver, Colorado, the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum in Cheyenne,
Wyoming, Sculpture in the Park in Loveland, Colorado and the Society of Western Artists Exhibition in Oakland, California.
Robin is a full-time, professional artist working out of her studio in rural Cheyenne, Wyoming.